(Latin: a suffix; make, do, build, cause, produce)

To give new life, energy, or spirit to something or somebody.
To become stiff and inflexible (unable to bend), or to cause something to become stiff and inflexible.
rubify (verb), rubifies; rubified; rubifying
To make or to cause something or someone to turn red or red-like: "The setting sun rubified the waters in the lake."

"Mason was abnormally sensitive to the summer sun and it overly rubified his skin; so, he had to be careful about staying outside without some skin protection."

To convert starch or cellulose or other polysaccharides into sugar.
sanctify (verb), sanctifies; sanctified; sanctifying
1. To set apart religiously for an office or function; to consecrate (a king, etc.).
2. To honor as holy; to ascribe holiness to.
3. To manifest (God, his might, etc.) as holy.
4. To consecrate (a thing); to set apart as holy or sacred.
5. To keep (a day, etc.) holy; to keep or to observe as holy.
6. To make (a person) holy, to purify or free from sin; to cause to undergo sanctification.
7. Chiefly in the Old Testament, to free from ceremonial impurity.
8. To render holy, impart sanctity to (a thing, quality, action or condition); to render legitimate or binding by a religious sanction.
sanguify (verb), sanguifies; sanguified; sanguifying
To produce blood from some source or activity.
satisfy (verb), satisfies; satisfied; satisfying
To meet the needs, desires, or expectations of others: Jacob has never been satisfied with his job and that's why he is looking for employment in some other company.
simplify (verb), simplifies; simplified; simplifying
1. To make something easier to do or to understand: "The new software for the computer should simplify the process of creating new programs."
2. To reduce in complexity or extent: "Some people believe that microwave ovens have simplified cooking."