Prefix meaning "Plenty, abundance" from Late Latin, from Latin copiae plenty;
In the word "Cornucopia" 'copia' is used as a combining form to mean the "horn of abundance" from Greek mythology.
"Copia-phonics is the musical philosophy invented by Jeremusic "(Alias: Jeremy Feldmesser)
(mæg-nʌ koʊ-pi-jʌ); 1: Translates to 'The Great Abundance'
2: The name of greatness, the band of amazing music.
Magna Copia is not responsible for any injuries involving brain damage
|3.||Copia worship movement|
A movement among sone government officals,bankers and wealthy people and those who wish they were wealthy ect. that seeks to worship Copia the roman goddess of wealth in the belief that she can make them richer ect.
That banker is in the Copia worship movement.
Pronunciation: "kO pE' &l
Etymology: Late Latin, from Latin copiae plenty; in Roman mythology, Copia was the goddess of abundance. She carried a cornucopia and was associated with Fortuna.
: something of great abundance.
: an abundance or large collection of
The copial of knowledge she gained was useful in the debate.
A show that copied The Simpsons and the two shall never meet....A.K.A. El Plagirisimo, La copia
Man 1: Ever watch family guy =D
Man 2: so I'd rather watch the original: Simpsons
A show that copied Family Guy who Copied The Simpson's.
A.K.A. El plagirisimo la Plagirisimo, La copia de la copia
Me: God dam not another wannabe copy of the copy of the simpsons otherwise American Dad
1. (Rhetorical Figure) The repetition of a word at the beginning of successive clauses.
rerum copia verborum copiam gignit (Cicero, De Oratoribus, iii. 125)
ABUNDANCE of matter produces ABUNDANCE of expression.