On American Horror Story: Holes, there was quite a bit of excitement when a key character's nickname of Oz, presumed short of Ozzy or Osbourne, actually was short for Ozymandias.
Needless to say Ozymandias is not the most common of names. It had its very brief and only heyday in 1818 when it appeared featured in a poem by Percy Bysshe Shelley, which is referenced in every article about this name.
The adjective form of the name, Ozymandian, was just spotted in a Blade Runner review in The Atlantic. And used quite appropriately.
Ozymandian is back folks. Use it on your favorite urban exploration blogs, and youtube channels showing Russia and Greece.