adj. 1. Beginning, coming into existence; in its first stage.
“It was already clear that the incipient blog, Wordaday.org, would greatly benefit humankind.”
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Incipient‘s first recorded use in English was in 1589; it comes from the Latin word incipere, ‘to begin’. It is related to incipit, a term for the opening words of a poem, as well as inception, a beginning or moment of origin – also a movie. (cue the horns).