Definition of mundificative in English:

mundificative

adjective

Medicine
archaic
  • Having the power to cleanse (especially an ulcer, wound, etc.).

Origin

Late Middle English; earliest use found in Lanfranc's Science of Cirurgie. From Middle French, French mondificatif, adjective and noun and its etymon post-classical Latin mundificativus, adjective from mundificat-, past participial stem of mundificare + -ivus.

Pronunciation

mundificative

/mʌnˈdɪfɪkətɪv/