Pan-, Panto- Words: panimmunity to panzootic,
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Words that include: pan-, panto-, pant-
(Greek: all, every, entire).
A general immunity to infectious diseases.
A highly contagious and often fatal disease of cats, caused by a parvovirius; characteristics include leukopenia, inactivity, anorexia, diarrhea, and vomiting. Also called feline or infectious feline agranulocytosis, cat or feline enteritis, cat or feline distemper, and cat plague.
A proliferative disorder involving all elements of the bone marrow. Also called panmyelopathia.
panophobia, panphobia, pantophobia:
1. A morbid groundless fear of some unknown evil or of everything in general; general apprehension.
2. A pathological morbid fear or dread of everything.
Inflammation of the entire eyeball. Also called panophthalmia.
1. Originally, a complete suit of armor, the "whole armor" of a soldier of ancient or of medieval times.
2. Any kind of complete defence, covering, or clothing.
3. Any splendid enveloping or surrounding array, material, or ideal.
Making every part visible.
1. A picture of a landscape or other scene, either arranged on the inside of a cylindrical surface around the spectator as a center (a cyclorama), or unrolled or unfolded and made to pass before him, so as to show the various parts in succession.
2. A continuous passing scene; a mental vision in which a series of images passes before the mind's eye.
3. A complete and comprehensive survey or presentation of a subject.
Inflammation of every part of a bone.
Inflammation involving both the middle and internal ear.
A remedy against all diseases and poisons, a universal remedy, a panacea.
Paralysis of the entire body.
Hardening of an entire organ.
Inflammation of all the paranasal sinuses on one or, rarely, both sides of the head.
A person who claims to have universal knowledge.
1. Universal or cyclopedic knowledge; a scheme or cyclopdic work embracing the whole body of human knowledge.
2. The claim or pretension to universal knowledge.
A reference to a lens that exhibits a complete lack of chromatic aberration.
1. Marriage to all; the doctrine that every man is married to every woman, and vice versa.
2. A communistic system of complex marriage, in which all the men and women of a household or community are regarded as married to each other.
Pain that affects the entire body.
The complete absence of the usual form or shape
A universal sea or single ocean, such as would have surrounded Pangea.
1. The religious belief or philosophical theory that God and the universe are identical (implying a denial of the personality and transcendence of God); the doctrine that God is everything and everything is God.
2. The heathen worship of all the gods.
1. A temple or sacred building dedicated to all the gods, or where images or other memorials of all the deities of a nation are collected; specifically, (with capital initial) that at Rome which was originally built by Agrippa c 25 B.C., and being on a circular plan has also been called the Rotunda; since a.d. 609 it has served as a Christian church, being known as Santa Maria Rotonda.
2. A building resembling or compared to the Pantheon at Rome; now, especially, a building serving to honor the illustrious dead of a nation, who are either buried there or have memorials erected to them in it.
3. The supposed habitation of all the gods; the assemblage of all the gods; the deities of a people collectively.
A form of social organization in which all are equal in rank and social position; a Utopian community in which all are equal and all rule.
A survey or systematic view of all branches of knowledge; universal knowledge; also, a compendium of universal information.
A person who sees omens in all events or a lesson lurking in very experience.
1. A Roman actor, who performed in a non-speaking show, representing by mimicry various characters and scenes; hence, generally, a mimic actor; one who represents his meaning by gestures and actions without words; a pantomimist.
2. Communication by means of gestures and facial expressions.
3. The telling of a story without words, by means of bodily movements, gestures, and facial expressions.
Assuming any or all forms or shapes.
The consumption of, or eating, all kinds of food.
Having a wide range of visual perspectives.
A total state of fluctuating body temperature for which no explanation is appparent.
having an affinity for all tissues; said especially of certain viruses.
Doing all kinds of work; "ready to do anything".
Any animal disease that is widespread.