- Somewhere between gigantic and enormous. Especially handy when describing Jennifer Lopez' rear end.
Did you see the J Lo rear end on that one chick. It was ginormous, too.
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ginormous — 1948, perhaps originally military colloquial, from a merger of GIGANTIC (Cf. gigantic) + ENORMOUS (Cf. enormous) … Etymology dictionary
ginormous — ► ADJECTIVE Brit. informal ▪ extremely large. ORIGIN blend of GIANT(Cf. ↑giantess) and ENORMOUS(Cf. ↑enormousness) … English terms dictionary
ginormous — adjective /dʒaɪˈnɔː(ɹ)məs/ a) Very large. He drove up in a ginormous stretch limo! b) 7 [ … Wiktionary
ginormous — adjective BrE informal extremely large: Look Mum! It s ginormous! ginormously adverb … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
ginormous — gi•nor•mous [[t]ʤaɪˈnɔr məs[/t]] adj. extremely, disproportionately, or shockingly large: an absolutely ginormous diamond, too big to be made into a ring[/ex] • Etymology: [1945 50; gi(gantic)+ (e)normous] … From formal English to slang
Ginormous — … Wikipedia
Ginormous — incredibly huge; of outstanding size (blend of gigantic + enormous ) … Dictionary of Australian slang
ginormous — Australian Slang incredibly huge; of outstanding size (blend of gigantic + enormous ) … English dialects glossary
ginormous — gi|nor|mous [dʒaıˈno:məs US ˈno:r ] adj BrE informal [Date: 1900 2000; Origin: gigantic + %enormous%] extremely large = ↑huge >ginormously adv … Dictionary of contemporary English
ginormous — gi|nor|mous [ dʒaı nɔrməs ] adjective BRITISH HUMOROUS extremely large: HUGE … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English