fac-, facil-, fact-, feas-, -feat, -fect, -feit, -facient, -faction, -fic-, -fy, -ficate, -fication

(Latin: to make, to do, to build, to cause, to produce; forming, shaping)

horrification (s) (noun), horrifications (pl)
That which causes a very strong feelings of fear, shock, or disgust: The horrifications of the fighting among the opposing sports fans was so disgusting that many of the other people, including Joe and Dirk, left the stadium and went home.
horrify (verb), horrifies; horrified; horrifying
1. To cause someone to feel terror or fear: Greg horrified Mary and Sally at school with the snake that he had caught.
2. To cause an unpleasant surprise or perturbation to someone: "Norman, don't horrify your mother with such gruesome stories!"
3. To distress or to greatly dismay people: The company horrified its employees with the news that the lack of business would result in several people losing their jobs.
1. The addition of moisture to the air, thereby increasing the latent heat.
2. The process of making an area moist or of increasing the moisture content; especially in the air.
1. A device or machine that keeps the air moist inside an enclosed space.
2. A machine, or special equipment, designed for increasing the humidity in a room, greenhouse, or other enclosure.
To make something, especially the air, more moist or damp.
improlificate (verb), improlificates; improlificated; improlificating
To impregnate: Mary wondered if her cat had been improlificated again that year and would bave tiny kittens.