incapacious

adjective
in·capacious | \ ¦in+ \

Definition of incapacious 

1 obsolete : having little or insufficient size or capacity : cramped, narrow, strait

2 archaic : mentally weak : lacking perception, insight, or understanding

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History and Etymology for incapacious

Late Latin incapac-, incapax (from Latin in- in- entry 1 + capac-, capax capacious) + English -ious

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