MEANING: noun: A prominent person in a commanding position, especially a journalist.
verb tr.: To dominate or to take control of a situation from someone.
verb intr.: To behave in an authoritative, domineering manner.

ETYMOLOGY: Bigfoot is a nickname for a Sasquatch, a large, ape-like mythical creature who lives in a remote wilderness, especially the Pacific Northwest region of the US and the adjacent part of Canada. Earliest documented use: 1833.

GIGFOOT - one billion feet, or just over one light-second (1.06 light-seconds, to be precise)

BIGFONT - what you use for newspaper headlines

BIGFOOL - who tells you to press on when you're Waist Deep in the Big Muddy