You find every past super Bowl player you can get your little mitts on.
Today we asked, "Will Rick Santorum win any super Tuesday state?"
Paschal's soul food spot has all the usual staples but the fried chicken (the batter is a super Atlanta secret) is a standout.
"first-rate, excellent," 1837, from prefix in superfine (1682), denoting "highest grade of goods," from Latin super "above, over, beyond" (see super-). Extended usage as a general term of approval is 1895 slang, revived 1960s. Rhyming reduplication form super-duper first attested 1940.
word-forming element from Latin adverb and preposition super "above, over, on the top (of), beyond, besides, in addition to," from PIE *uper "over" (cf. Sanskrit upari, Avestan upairi "over, above, beyond," Greek hyper, Old English ofer "over," Gothic ufaro "over, across," Gaulish ver-, Old Irish for), comparative of root *upo "under."
Above; over; upon: superstructure.
Superior in size, quality, number, or degree: supersonic.
Exceeding a norm: supersaturate.
Excessive in degree or intensity: superexcitation.
Containing a specified ingredient in an unusually high proportion: superoxide.
A law requiring that meetings of legislative bodies be opened to the public: After the sunshine law the city council had to open its doors (1972+)
One who likes to sit in the sun, esp to get a tan: turns sun-worshipper in April (1966+)
A superintendent, esp one who is custodian of an apartment building (1857+)