sumptuous, as in feasting; costly; magnificent ...1623 obs.
from late Latin dapaticus sumptuous
from dapem feast
FIRST DOCUMENTED USE
1623 - The English Dictionarie or an Interpreter of Hard English Words, Henry Cockeram
"Dapatical meates, daintie meates"
"...Esurient, crapulous, cuttles, or cuddens dapatical, are constipated on a consutile bassock."
From: A Treatise on Telegraphic Communication,
Naval, Military, and Political
By: John MacDonald, 1808
• The English Dictionarie or an Interpreter of Hard English Words, Henry Cockeram 1623
• An Universal Etymological English Dictionary, Nathan Bailey, 1737
• Glossographia Anglicana Nova, or, A Dictionary Interpreting such Hard Words....., Thomas Blount, 1656
• A New English Dictionary on Historical Principles, James Murray,
• Dictionary of Early English, Joseph Shipley, 1955