sudoriferous

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From the Latin sūdōrifer (bearing sweat). The term originally came from the Latin sūdor (sweat) from the Latin verb sūdō (I sweat) + -i- + -fer (-fer, that which carries) from the Latin verb ferō (I bring) + -ous (forming -ferous).

Adjective[edit]

sudoriferous (not comparable)

  1. Bearing sweat; sweating, sweaty.
    Synonyms: (dated) asweat, sudorific