immane

immane

[ih-meyn]
adjective Archaic.
1.
vast in size; enormous.
2.
inhumanly cruel.

Origin:
1595–1605; < Latin immānis brutal, frightful, enormous, equivalent to im- im-2 + -mānis, apparently akin to mānus good; see manes

immanely, adverb
immaneness, noun
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