incendiary. ADJECTIVE 1a. Causing or capable of causing fire. b. Of or containing chemicals that produce intensely hot fire when exploded: an incendiary bomb. c. Of or involving arson. 2. Tending to inflame; inflammatory: an incendiary speech. NOUN: Inflected forms: pl. in·cen·di·ar·ies 1. An arsonist. 2. An incendiary device. 3. One who creates or stirs up factionalism or sedition; an agitator. ETYMOLOGY: Middle English, from Latin incendiarius, from incendium, fire, from incendere, to set on fire. See incense1.
incense1. TRANSITIVE VERB: To cause to be extremely angry; infuriate. ETYMOLOGY: Middle English encensen, from Old French incenser, from Late Latin incensare, to sacrifice, burn, from Latin incensus, past participle of incendere, to set on fire. See kand- in Appendix I.
kand-. Also kend-. To shine. 1. Suffixed (stative) form *kand-e-. candelabrum, candelilla, candent, candescence, candid, candida, candidate, candle, candor; incandesce, from Latin canedre to shine. 2. incendiary, incense1, incense2; frankincense, from Latin compound incendere, to set fire to, kindle (in-, in; see en), from transitive *candere, to kindle.
AQ 192 = INCENDIARY = 223 WOLF MOON = AND THE OMEGA = ANOMALOUS = DEAD LEMURS = ETZ CHAYIN = FORMATION = FORTRESS = FOUR KEYS = HIDDEN STAR = IBLIS-DURGA = ILL-ORDERED = KIA ON EARTH = RECONCILER = RESINOUS = THE TRUTH = TRAITORS = TRANSITS = TRUE WILL = UNTOUCHED = UTTUNUL