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4. an epic poem.<br>
 
4. an epic poem.<br>
5.      A term brought back to popularity among [[Peddy Cash]] by [[Brad VandenBerg]]<br>
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5.      A term brought back to popularity among [[Peddy Cash]] by [[Brad VandenBerg]] (unconfirmed)<br>
 
-current usage of the term:<br>
 
-current usage of the term:<br>
 
6.    The Rally known as [[GenderBender08]] hosted by the [[creatures of the loin]] was epic<br>
 
6.    The Rally known as [[GenderBender08]] hosted by the [[creatures of the loin]] was epic<br>

Latest revision as of 22:57, 21 July 2009

ep‧ic  /ˈɛpɪk/ –adjective Also, ep‧i‧cal.

1. noting or pertaining to a long poetic composition, usually centered upon a hero, in which a series of great achievements or events is narrated in elevated style: Homer's Iliad is an epic poem.
2. heroic; majestic; impressively great: the epic events of the war.
3. of unusually great size or extent: a crime wave of epic proportions.
–noun
4. an epic poem.
5. A term brought back to popularity among Peddy Cash by Brad VandenBerg (unconfirmed)
-current usage of the term:
6. The Rally known as GenderBender08 hosted by the creatures of the loin was epic

[Origin: 1580–90; < L epicus < Gk epikós.

—Related forms ep‧i‧cal‧ly, adverb ep‧ic‧like, adjective