extraordinarily large in bulk, quantity, or extent: a huge ship; a huge portion of ice cream.
of unbounded extent, scope, or character; limitless: the huge genius of Mozart.
Origin: 1225–75;Middle Englishhuge, hoge < Old Frenchahuge, ahoge enormous, equivalent to a-a-5 + hoge height < Germanic; compare Old Norsehaugr hill (see high)
Synonyms 1. mammoth, gigantic, colossal; vast; stupendous; bulky. Huge, enormous, immense, tremendous imply great magnitude. Huge implies massiveness, bulkiness, or even shapelessness: a huge mass of rock; a huge collection of antiques.Enormous literally out of the norm, applies to what exceeds in extent, magnitude, or degree, a norm or standard: an enormous iceberg.Tremendous in informal use, applies to anything so huge as to be astonishing or to inspire awe: a tremendous amount of equipment.Immense literally not measurable, is particularly applicable to what is exceedingly great, without reference to a standard: immense buildings. All are used figuratively: a huge success; enormous curiosity; tremendous effort; immense joy.