Archaic Words We Need To Bring Back To Life – Everything After Z by Dictionary.com
Armipotent is an archaic adjective meaning “strong in battle.” Basically, it refers to someone who is physically tough in war.
The word bawcock is a charming, archaic noun that meant “a fine fellow,” colloquially. It comes from the French beau coq, meaning “handsome rooster.” At any rate, bawcock meant something like “a good dude”
Bookcraft means just what it sounds like. It is a noun referring to literary or writing skills. It can also refer to being good at book learnin’.
Brainish sounds like it could be an old-fashioned version of brainy. But, actually, it’s an archaic adjective that means “headstrong, impetuous, passionate.”