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Etymology: From English, epic; From Latin epicus

Date: July 22, 2009

Forms: epicith (noun), epicnesseth (adj), epicnessith (adj)


1. Religious lingo as to speak in the the sobriquet to describe a measurement of something 'epic' in Biblical (KJV) speak: "Nothing that I read today will match this in epicnesseth!"

2. Used to identify a form of poetry with proper genus from a Biblical (KJV) perspective: "That, my friend, is of epicith proportions!" (Implying verbosity)

All credits to Mystical Machine Gun and Trip Nixon for producing this.
What you just did cannot be matched for its epicnesseth!
by BL/MMG July 21, 2009
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