PRONUNCIATION: (muhn-DIF-i-ki-tiv)

MEANING: adjective: Having the power to cleanse.
noun: A cleansing medicine or preparation.

ETYMOLOGY: From Middle French mondificatif, from Latin mundificare (to cleanse), from mundus (clean). Earliest documented use: 1440.

MUNIFICATIVE - rendering generous (such as happened to Scrooge or to the Lorax)

MUNDIFICTIVE - writing stories about Mondays

MUNDIFRICATIVE - Fs and Vs and THs, as pronounced woldwide