Crapulent (adj) (literary)
Relating to the drinking of alcohol or drunkenness.
Mid 17th century: from late Latin crapulentus ‘very drunk’, from Latin crapula ‘inebriation’, from Greek kraipalē ‘drunken headache’.
“The crapulent idiot wouldn’t let me pass him by without comment.”
Chimaera (noun) (also Chimera)
(in Greek mythology) a fire-breathing female monster with a lion’s head, a goat’s body, and a serpent’s tail. (modern biology) An organism containing a mixture of genetically different tissues, formed by processes such as fusion of early embryos, grafting, or mutation.
Late Middle English: via Latin from Greek khimaira ‘she-goat or chimaera’.