Definition of humect in English:

humect

Line breaks: hu¦mect
Pronunciation: /hjʊˈmɛkt/

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verb

[with object] rare
Moisten; make wet.

Origin

late Middle English: from Latin humect- , from the verb humectare (see humectant).

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