enorm

adjective \ə̇ˈnȯ(ə)rm, ēˈ-\

Definition of enorm

  1. 1 obsolete :  abnormal extraordinary

  2. 2a obsolete :  outrageous monstrous b archaic :  enormous vast

  3. 3 Scots law :  legally excessive :  constituting a legal enormity —used of an injury sustained by one by reason of being party to a contract or deed

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Origin and Etymology of enorm

Middle English enorme, from Middle French, from Latin enormis


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