-fy

aff. a verbal suffix occurring in loanwords from Latin, with the meanings “to make, cause to be, render” (clarify; purify); “to become, be made” (liquefy)
Compare -ify Etymology: ME < OF -fier < L -ficāre, freq. der. offacereto make, do I

From formal English to slang. 2014.

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