Goliathan

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Goliath +‎ -an

Adjective[edit]

Goliathan ‎(comparative more Goliathan, superlative most Goliathan)

  1. Of or relating to the Biblical giant Goliath; gigantic.
    • 1850, Methodist review (volume 32, page 530)
      It loomed so gigantically through the mist, and defied the armies of Israel with so Goliathan an air, that we trembled for the ark of God.