What does Legendary mean?

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ˈlɛdʒ ənˌdɛr iLeg·enda·ry

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. legendaryadjective

    so celebrated as to having taken on the nature of a legend

    "the legendary exploits of the arctic trailblazers"

  2. fabled, legendaryadjective

    celebrated in fable or legend

    "the fabled Paul Bunyan and his blue ox"; "legendary exploits of Jesse James"

Wiktionary

  1. legendarynoun

    A collection of legends, in particular of lives of saints.

    Etymology: ; from Middle Latin legendarius (Old French legendier), from Latin legenda. In English, both the noun and the adjective appear in the 16th century.

  2. legendarynoun

    One who relates legends.

    Etymology: ; from Middle Latin legendarius (Old French legendier), from Latin legenda. In English, both the noun and the adjective appear in the 16th century.

  3. legendaryadjective

    Of or pertaining to a legend or to legends.

    Etymology: ; from Middle Latin legendarius (Old French legendier), from Latin legenda. In English, both the noun and the adjective appear in the 16th century.

  4. legendaryadjective

    Appearing (solely) in legends.

    Etymology: ; from Middle Latin legendarius (Old French legendier), from Latin legenda. In English, both the noun and the adjective appear in the 16th century.

  5. legendaryadjective

    Having the splendor of a legend; fabled.

    Etymology: ; from Middle Latin legendarius (Old French legendier), from Latin legenda. In English, both the noun and the adjective appear in the 16th century.

  6. legendaryadjective

    Having unimaginable greatness; excellent

    Etymology: ; from Middle Latin legendarius (Old French legendier), from Latin legenda. In English, both the noun and the adjective appear in the 16th century.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Legendaryadjective

    of or pertaining to a legend or to legends; consisting of legends; like a legend; fabulous

    Etymology: [Cf. OF. legendaire, LL. legendarius.]

  2. Legendarynoun

    a book of legends; a tale or narrative

    Etymology: [Cf. OF. legendaire, LL. legendarius.]

  3. Legendarynoun

    one who relates legends

    Etymology: [Cf. OF. legendaire, LL. legendarius.]

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Legendary in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Legendary in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1

Examples of Legendary in a Sentence

  1. Fox News:

    Williams wrote about current and past racial tensions in America reflected through Walter Williams teenage years in a housing project in Northern Philadelphia. News of Walter Williams death promptedwords of grief from several prominent Republicans. Walter Williams was legendary, Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, wrote. Walter Williams was brilliant, incisive, witty, and profound. I grew up reading Walter Williams, and Walter Williams was a ferocious defender of free markets and a powerful explainer of the virtues of Liberty.

  2. Robert Walker:

    These reviews are legendary for how particular Apple is, supposedly, a security review is part of that. But they missed this repeatedly over dozens of different applications. A huge mistake on their part.

  3. The Cosby Show:

    The accusations against my father have been one-sided from the beginning, i’ve witnessed my father’s reputation and legendary works be dismissed without any proof.

  4. Acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen:

    Governor Thornburgh contributions to the nation, Justice Department and the legal profession are legendary and the memory of Governor Thornburgh contributions will live on for generations to come.

  5. Swiss Attorney General Michael Lauber:

    The world of football needs to be patient. By its nature, this investigation will take more than the legendary 90 minutes.

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