organific

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

organ + Latin -ficare (in comparative) to make. See fy.

Adjective[edit]

organific (comparative more organific, superlative most organific)

  1. Making an organic or organized structure; producing an organism.
  2. Acting through, or resulting from, organs.
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      But among those who admit the atoning death of Christ as the organific principle of their faith, there are differences []