I hope you are enjoying these ‘lost’ words. They give us a glimpse at the language of times past. I thank Stephen for allowing me to share them – http://phrontistery.info/clw.html
Canitude 1656 -1742
greyness; hoariness; whiteness
The first snowfall of the year gave the field a pleasant canitude.
Gelicide 1656 -1681
Unfortunately, the flowers were killed too soon by an early gelicide.
Hypenemious 1855 -1886
full of wind; windy; of an egg, malformed
Let us protect ourselves against the hyenemious assault of the hurricane.
The canitude of the hypenemious delivered its cold gelicide to the tree branches decorating them in sparkling icicles.