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Ancient GreekEdit

Alternative formsEdit

  • πᾰμ- (pam-)before labials μ, π, β, φ, ψ
  • πᾰγ- (pag-)before velars κ, γ, χ, ξ

Combining formEdit

παν- (pan-)

  1. combining form of πᾶς (pâs, all, every)

Derived termsEdit


GreekEdit

Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek παν- (pan-).

PrefixEdit

παν- (pan-)

  1. (with noun) pan- (everything, everyone: including all members of a group or set)
    παν- (pan-) + ‎Ευρώπη (Evrópi, Europe) → ‎πανευρωπαϊκός (panevropaïkós, Pan-European)
    παν- (pan-) + ‎θεός (theós, god) → ‎πάνθεο (pántheo, pantheon)
  2. (with adjective) enhances the adjective
    παν- (pan-) + ‎αρχαίος (archaíos, old, ancient) → ‎πανάρχαιος (panárchaios, very ancient)

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