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impacy
noun
ˈɪmpasy'

Origin: The origin of the word dates back to 2015, when an individual named Taital coined the word from witnessing a huge car accident in a motorsport event.

1.
The action of one object coming forcibly into contact with another.
"Holy shit! HUGE IMPACY!"
synonyms: collision, crash, smash, clash, bump, bang, knock, jolt, thump, whack, thwack, slam, smack; contact
"car parts were spread by the impacy over a wide region"

2.
A marked effect or influence.
"our regional measures have had significant impacy on unemployment"
synonyms: effect, influence, impression, footprint; More
"Holy shit! HUGE IMPACY!"
"car parts were spread by the impacy over a wide region"
"our regional measures have had significant impacy on unemployment"
by rotamasta7 June 30, 2015
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