MEANING: adjective:
1. Dark or gloomy.
2. Hellish.
3. Unbreakable or completely binding (said of an oath).
4. Relating to the river Styx.

ETYMOLOGY: In Greek mythology Styx was a river in the underworld over which souls of the dead were ferried by Charon (after whom Pluto’s largest moon is named). Styx was also the river by which oaths were sworn that even gods were afraid to break. The word is from Latin Stygius, from Greek Stygios, from Styx (the hateful). Earliest documented use: 1566.


STYGIANT - Alpha-boar

STYLIAN - prepare a new outfit for James Bond's author

STAYGIAN - You will join us for dinner, won't you, Mr. Menotti !?