Examples from the Web for elephantine
Lloyd Grove on the elephantine cleanup challenges of having an unruly collection of egomaniacs as backers.
Anqet, the third member of the triad of Elephantine, was a sister-goddess of Satet.Myths and Legends of Ancient Egypt|Lewis Spence
I think you're really much more interesting when you're elephantine.Paradise Garden|George Gibbs
This extraordinary neck—for such it was—rose from a body of elephantine proportions.Extinct Monsters|H. N. Hutchinson
He had not seen them; but when the gun fell silent he heard whining sounds in the air, as if from a litter of elephantine puppies.Jimmie Higgins|Upton Sinclair
She came with elephantine weight into the room, and ignoring Annie Forest altogether, held out a hand to Nora.Red Rose and Tiger Lily|L. T. Meade
British Dictionary definitions for elephantine
Word Origin and History for elephantine
1620s, "huge," from Latin elephantinus "pertaining to the elephant," from elephantus (see elephant). Meaning "pertaining to elephants" is from 1670s.