magnific

[mag-nif-ik]
adjective Archaic.
1.
magnificent; imposing.
2.
grandiose; pompous.
Also, magnifical.


Origin:
1480–90; < Latin magnificus grand (see magni-, -fic); replacing earlier magnyfyque < Middle French < Latin as above

magnifically, adverb
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magnific or magnifical (mæɡˈnɪfɪk)
 
adj
archaic magnificent, grandiose, or pompous
 
[C15: via Old French from Latin magnificus great in deeds, from magnus great + facere to do]
 
magnifical or magnifical
 
adj
 
[C15: via Old French from Latin magnificus great in deeds, from magnus great + facere to do]
 
mag'nifically or magnifical
 
adv

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Those with apparent damage were examined under magnific ation.
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