From Latin līgnum (“wood”) + -ify.
lignify (third-person singular simple present lignifies, present participle lignifying, simple past and past participle lignified)
- (intransitive) To become wood.
- (intransitive, botany) To develop woody tissue as a result of incrustation of lignin during secondary growth.
- (intransitive, by extension) To become rigid or fixed, like something made of wood.
- (transitive) To turn into wood; to make ligneous.
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