• Adjective: Dextorius
  • Origin: Modern Latin


1. Having a worthy amount of artistic ability to achieve admiration

“He was dextorius with those chopsticks."

2. Having approval for a dad-bod with 20% BMI (body mass index) and the chest hair of a Wookie.

“Did you see that dad shirtless at the beach?  That dude was so dextorius!”

3. The smooshing of the two words Dexter and victorius, so an artist can feel cool.

"Look at me, I'm Dextorius."