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gigantamous

adjective; blending
very large and well-known Since this word appeared in the Backpage of the Rice Thresher, it was probably mainly used to create humor and levity. “Gigantamous” also allows the speaker to convey the meaning of both “famous” and “gigantic” in a single word, which often can both be used to describe a large-scale event or location.
 
strategy for “the gigantamous game”
Etymology : ‘gigantic’ (very large or extensive) + ‘famous’ (well-known, popular)
Source : Rice Thresher Backpage
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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