How Do You Spell VESICATE?

Pronunciation: [vˈɛsɪkˌe͡ɪt] (IPA)

The verb "vesicate" is spelled with a "c" after "vesi" because it stems from the Latin word "vesica," meaning "bladder" or "blister." In IPA phonetic transcription, the word is pronounced /ˈvɛsɪkeɪt/. The stress is on the second syllable, which is pronounced with a short "i" sound (like "sit"). The "c" is pronounced like the "k" sound. Overall, the word refers to the formation of blisters or sacs, often caused by a medical condition or injury.

VESICATE Meaning and Definition

Vesicate is a verb that primarily refers to the action or process of causing blisters or blistering on the skin or other surfaces. It is derived from the Latin word "vesica," which means blister or blistering. When something vesicates, it typically involves the formation of small, fluid-filled sacs or blisters on the affected area.

In a medical context, vesicate often relates to conditions or treatments that result in blister formation. For instance, certain diseases or infections can vesicate the skin, causing painful or itchy blisters. Additionally, certain medications or treatments, such as chemical peels or topical treatments for skin diseases, may intentionally vesicate the skin to achieve specific therapeutic effects.

Beyond medical usage, vesicate can be employed metaphorically to describe situations or actions that cause intense irritation, discomfort, or emotional distress. In these instances, vesicating refers to actions or events that figuratively "blister" or "burn" a person emotionally or mentally.

Vesicate is a somewhat technical term that is typically used in more specialized or formal contexts, particularly within the medical field. It encompasses the idea of blistering or blister formation, whether it relates to physical conditions or metaphorical experiences.

Common Misspellings for VESICATE

  • cesicate
  • besicate
  • gesicate
  • fesicate
  • vwsicate
  • vssicate
  • vdsicate
  • vrsicate
  • v4sicate
  • v3sicate
  • veaicate
  • vezicate
  • vexicate
  • vedicate
  • veeicate
  • vewicate
  • vesucate
  • vesjcate
  • veskcate

Etymology of VESICATE

The word "vesicate" is derived from the Latin word "vesicatus", which is the past participle of the verb "vesicāre". The Latin word "vesicāre" means "to blister" or "to cause blisters". It is derived from "vesica", which means "bladder" or "blister". Ultimately, the term can be traced back to the Proto-Indo-European root "*wes-" meaning "to blow" or "to swell".

Similar spelling words for VESICATE

Conjugate verb Vesicate

CONDITIONAL PERFECT

I would have vesicated
you would have vesicated
he/she/it would have vesicated
we would have vesicated
they would have vesicated
I would have vesicate
you would have vesicate
he/she/it would have vesicate
we would have vesicate
they would have vesicate

CONDITIONAL PERFECT PROGRESSIVE

I would have been vesicating
you would have been vesicating
he/she/it would have been vesicating
we would have been vesicating
they would have been vesicating

CONDITIONAL PRESENT

I would vesicate
you would vesicate
he/she/it would vesicate
we would vesicate
they would vesicate

CONDITIONAL PRESENT PROGRESSIVE

I would be vesicating
you would be vesicating
he/she/it would be vesicating
we would be vesicating
they would be vesicating

FUTURE

I will vesicate
you will vesicate
he/she/it will vesicate
we will vesicate
they will vesicate

FUTURE CONTINUOUS

I will be vesicating
you will be vesicating
he/she/it will be vesicating
we will be vesicating
they will be vesicating

FUTURE PERFECT

I will have vesicated
you will have vesicated
he/she/it will have vesicated
we will have vesicated
they will have vesicated

FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I will have been vesicating
you will have been vesicating
he/she/it will have been vesicating
we will have been vesicating
they will have been vesicating

IMPERATIVE

you vesicate
we let´s vesicate

NONFINITE VERB FORMS

to vesicate

PAST CONTINUOUS

I was vesicating
you were vesicating
he/she/it was vesicating
we were vesicating
they were vesicating

PAST PARTICIPLE

vesicated

PAST PERFECT

I had vesicated
you had vesicated
he/she/it had vesicated
we had vesicated
they had vesicated

PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I had been vesicating
you had been vesicating
he/she/it had been vesicating
we had been vesicating
they had been vesicating

PRESENT

I vesicate
you vesicate
he/she/it vesicates
we vesicate
they vesicate

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

I am vesicating
you are vesicating
he/she/it is vesicating
we are vesicating
they are vesicating

PRESENT PARTICIPLE

vesicating

PRESENT PERFECT

I have vesicated
you have vesicated
he/she/it has vesicated
we have vesicated
they have vesicated

PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I have been vesicating
you have been vesicating
he/she/it has been vesicating
we have been vesicating
they have been vesicating

PRESENT SUBJUNCTIVE

he/she/it vesicate

SIMPLE PAST

I vesicated
you vesicated
he/she/it vesicated
we vesicated
they vesicated

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