From Latin luxātus (“dislocated”) (parsed as a verb via English -ate), from luxāre (“to dislocate”).
luxate (third-person singular simple present luxates, present participle luxating, simple past and past participle luxated)
- (pathology) To dislocate.
1863, Stephen Smith, Hand-book of Surgical Operations, page 97:
If in cases of difficulty you have recourse to this means, luxate downwards as far as half the dorsopalmar diameter, and then vice versa.
luxate (comparative more luxate, superlative most luxate)
- (medicine) Dislocated.
- second-person singular voseo imperative of luxar combined with te