[jahy-gan-tik, ji-] /dʒaɪˈgæn tɪk, dʒɪ-/
very large; huge:
a gigantic statue.
of, like, or befitting a .
very large; enormous: a gigantic error
Also gigantesque (ˌdʒaɪɡænˈtɛsk). of or suitable for giants
1610s, “pertaining to giants,” from Latin gigant- stem of gigantem, from gigas “giant” (see giant) + -ic. Replaced earlier gigantine (c.1600), gigantical (c.1600), giantlike (1570s). Of material or immaterial things, actions, etc., by 1797.
giganto- or gigant- pref. Huge: gigantomastia.
/ˌdʒaɪɡænˈtɒməkɪ/ noun (pl) -chies, -chias 1. (Greek myth) the war fought between the gods of Olympus and the rebelling giants See giant (sense 3) 2. any battle fought between or as if between giants
gigantomastia gi·gan·to·mas·ti·a (jī-gān’tō-mās’tē-ə) n. Extreme hypertrophy of the breast.
[jahy-gan-toh-pi-thee-kuh s, -pith-i-kuh s, ji-] /dʒaɪˌgæn toʊ pɪˈθi kəs, -ˈpɪθ ɪ kəs, dʒɪ-/ noun 1. a genus of extinct ape of southern Asia existing during the Pliocene and Pleistocene epochs, known only from very large fossil jaws and teeth and believed to be perhaps the biggest hominoid that ever lived.