Lexicons have billions of words typed on the pages, and many of them go unnoticed. “Hugeous” is the word, which is classic example of wider ignorance. The word has lived in a total isolation, away from many etymologists and literary thespians. This word has been unearthed and written in exemplary detail, classifying it with the examples from our own living times.
The British Empire was hugeous, with an Empire Area expanding to 36.6 Million Kms. Other hugeous empires were the Mongol Empire and the Russian Empire, and each of these empires had a mind boggling effect on the socio-political and economic lives of world population.
Russian anti-aircraft missile system like the S-400 Triumf is a classic example, where you can use the word “Hugeous.” In fact, in this case, synonymous words such as “GROSS” and the “TOWERING” can also be used.
Synonyms of the word “Hugeous” like “BEHEMOTHIC” and “ELEPHANTINE” are a perfect fit for Antonov An-225 Mriya, which is a cargo aircraft.
The word “Hugeous” is not only huge in its name, but also supported by 24 synonyms, and each one of these stands apart from one another, connected at times though. It is an adjective, with most of the synonyms behaving as adjectives.
“Hugeous” is rarely used in some parts of the US states, well most of them are still not aware of its existence. The UK and the other English speaking states have not become known of this word. But, the freshness in this word is similar to the freshness that you may come across in fruits and vegetables.
Words and their etymology have largely been affected, and this affectedness is due to regional as well as global socio-economic influence. Your choice of “Hugeous” is therefore also counteracted by the very idea of its use in a particular national dialect of the particular country.
The word in itself is VERY HUGE, despite finishing in seven letters. “Hugeous” is bigger than the three letters word “BIG.”
“Hugeous” as an adjectival word IS NOT USED in the following circumstances:
- I bear a hugeous smile
- There is nothing hugeous in my bag
- Your love for me is hugeous
- C’mon, we’ll play a hugeous game
If used in a controlled and sensible manner, “Hugeous” offers the writer scope of development in his or her writings. The word changes its qualities and the enormity between the situations and cultures. For example: The Spartans had an overwhelmingly hugeous fighting force.
Adjective like Qualities Added to Hugeous
You might guess how the “Hugeous” got the adjective like qualities in it. There is a small story behind it. The word was initially HUGE. In the late 18th century “OUS” was suffixed. If you notice, the word HUGE continued to retain its letter “E,” even after addition of “OUS.”
On the contrary, there are several words in the English Language, where the last letters were omitted/not omitted to include “OUS.” Example of words include:
Virtue – Virtuous
Tumult – Tumultuous
Cope – Copious
Court – Courteous
A WORD IS ONLY THE WORD (FLOCCULE OF ALPHABETS), IF IT IS NOT USED IN RESPECT OF THE PARTICULAR CONTEXT AND SITUATION. ARUNJEET JAGGI