An early dictionary fits the longest word in Latin into a hexameter. In a previous question Expedito Bipes introduced this astonishing dictionary entry (1286), (and then later gave an alternative reading "fuget" for fulget, and another useful link )
And when it says (line3) 'in this verse,' it quotes two dactylic hexameters:
'Fulget hon/orifi-/cabili-/tudini-/tatibus/ iste
Et corri-/pit pen-/ultimam / honori-/fico /eas.'
Have I transcribed and scanned it right? Have I missed two elisioins penultim[am] honorific[e] eas? And what does it mean?
'That man sheds light upon acts of Honour;
And hastens the end of (corripio) those acts(eas) /last but one/ ?honorifice honourably / ?honorificitas his respect hastens their demise.