English word beatific comes from Latin beatus (blessed) and Latin ficare (I stick in, put in), and later Latin beatifico (I bless).
Beatific detailed word origin explanation
|beatus || Latin (lat) ||(Medieval Latin, Ecclesiastical Latin) blessed. (substantive) happy or fortunate person. Copious, sumptuous. Happy, fortunate. Prosperous, wealthy. |
|ficare || Latin (lat) || |
|beatifico || Latin (lat) ||I bless. I make happy. |
|beatify || English (eng) ||(transitive) To make blissful.. (transitive) To pronounce or regard as happy, or supremely blessed, or as conferring happiness.. (transitive, Roman Catholicism) To carry out the third of four steps in canonization, making someone a blessed. |
|beatific || English (eng) ||Blessed, blissful, heavenly. Having a benign appearance. |
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