TUR'GID, adjective [Latin turgidus, from turgeo, to swell.]
1. Swelled; bloated; distended beyond its natural state by some internal agent or expansive force.
A bladder held by the fire grew turgid
More generally, the word is applied to an enlarged part of the body; as a turgid limb.
2. Tumid; pompous; inflated; bombastic; as a turgid style; a turgid manner of talking.