Pantaloon to Paper
(Pan`ta*loon") n. [F. pantalon, fr. It. pantalone, a masked character in the Italian comedy,
who wore breeches and stockings that were all of one piece, from Pantaleone, the patron saint of Venice,
which, as a baptismal name, is very frequent among the Venetians, and is applied to them by the other
Italians as a nickname, fr. Gr. lit., all lion, a Greek personal name.]
1. A ridiculous character, or an old dotard, in the Italian comedy; also, a buffoon in pantomimes. Addison.
The sixth age shiftsShak.
Into the lean and slippered pantaloon.
2. pl. A bifurcated garment for a man, covering the body from the waist downwards, and consisting of
breeches and stockings in one.
3. pl. In recent times, same as Trousers.
1. The character or performances of a pantaloon; buffoonery. [R.] Lamb.
2. Materials for pantaloons.
(Pan"ta*morph) n. That which assumes, or exists in, all forms.
(Pan`ta*mor"phic) a. [Panta- + Gr. form.] Taking all forms.
(Pan"ta*scope) n. [Panta- + -scope.] (Photog.) A pantascopic camera.
(Pan`ta*scop"ic) a. Viewing all; taking a view of the whole. See under Camera.
(||Pan`ta*stom"a*ta) n. pl. [NL., fr. Gr. all + mouth.] (Zoöl.) One of the divisions of Flagellata,
including the monads and allied forms.
(Pan*tech"ni*con) n. [NL. See Pan- , and Technic.] A depository or place where all
sorts of manufactured articles are collected for sale.
(Pan*tel"e*graph) n. [Pan- + telegraph.] See under Telegraph.
(Pant"er) n. One who pants. Congreve.
(Pan"ter) n.[F. panetier. See Pantry.] A keeper of the pantry; a pantler. [Obs.] Tyndale.
(Pan"ter), n. [See Painter a rope.] A net; a noose. [Obs.] Chaucer.
(Pan`teu*ton"ic) a. [Pan- + Teutonic.] Of or pertaining to all the Teutonic races.
(Pan"the*ism) n. [Pan- + theism.] The doctrine that the universe, taken or conceived of as
a whole, is God; the doctrine that there is no God but the combined force and laws which are manifested
in the existing universe; cosmotheism.
(Pan"the*ist), n. One who holds to pantheism.
(Pan`the*is"tic Pan`the*is"tic*al) a. Of or pertaining to pantheism; founded in, or leading to,
pantheism. Pan`the*is"tic*al*ly, adv.
(Pan`the*ol"o*gist) n. One versed in pantheology.
(Pan`the*ol"o*gy) n. [Pan- + theology.] A system of theology embracing all religions; a
complete system of theology.