Theology. a chief or principal angel; in medieval angelology one of the nine orders of celestial attendants on God.
Clear and transparent.
Supposed to mean to give power to - but is mostly one of the "hip" words that people have to use to be considered modern - or "in the development business" etc. It makes me about as sick as the phrase "reaching out".
Denoting a scale of five notes.
Any thing gigantic or very powerful.
A statue of gigantic size
A form of dungeon with access only through a trapdoor in its ceiling.
Old English derived word used to describe that which is otherworldly, often by being weird, ghostly, or uncanny.
To change a 2D shape into a 3D shape or vice-versa.
Unable to type without repeatedly making mistakes.
Understood by or meant for only the select few who have special knowledge or interest.