Augmentative, the opposite of diminutive, is a derived word that means greater size or extent. Diminutives are common and productive in Latin, but how about the opposite?
Some Romance languages have augmentatives similarly to diminutives like the Italian bambino > bambinone. Although such augmentative suffixes are found in Romance languages, I am not aware of them in Latin. Many languages I know use prefixes (e.g. "supermarket"), but that does not feel like classical Latin to me.
Is there a way to do augmentative derivations in classical Latin? If not, how about later forms of Latin? Any partial insights are welcome, as I appear to be all out of ideas.