[ muhn-duh-fahy ]
/ ˈmʌn dəˌfaɪ /
verb (used with object), mun·di·fied, mun·di·fy·ing.
to cleanse; deterge: to mundify a wound.
to purge or purify: to mundify a person of past sins.
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Origin of mundify
1375–1425; late Middle English < Late Latin mundificāre, equivalent to Latin mundi-, stem of mund(us) clean + -ficare -fy
OTHER WORDS FROM mundifyun·mun·di·fied, adjective
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