adjective, hug·er, hug·est.
Origin of huge
Examples from the Web for huger
Magruder and Huger got up after night, and Jackson on the morning of the 1st.From Manassas to Appomattox|James Longstreet
Bollman leaps from his horse and throws the bridle to Huger.
The longer I look at it, the huger its possibilities loom up!The Air Trust|George Allan England
The garnet redness of the temple shed a huger amphitheatre of shine around itself.The King Of Beaver, and Beaver Lights|Mary Hartwell Catherwood
The story may here be taken up almost in the words of Colonel Huger's daughter who wrote it down exactly as her father related it.
British Dictionary definitions for huger
Word Origin for huge
Word Origin and History for huger
mid-12c., apparently a shortening of Old French ahuge, ahoge "extremely large, enormous; mighty, powerful," itself of uncertain origin. Expanded form hugeous is attested from early 15c. Related: Hugeness.