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Latin panus

NounEdit

panus

  1. (medicine) A lymphatic gland that is inflamed but not suppurating.

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  • American Illustrated Medical Dictionary (1922).

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EtymologyEdit

From Doric Greek πᾶνος (pânos, thread on the bobbin; bobbin) (which equals Attic Greek πῆνος (pênos); more commonly attested in the diminutive πᾱνίον (pāníon) / πηνίον (pēníon))

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NounEdit

pānus m (genitive pānī); second declension

  1. ear of millet
  2. the thread wound upon the bobbin
  3. a swelling, tumor

DeclensionEdit

Second-declension noun.

Case Singular Plural
Nominative pānus pānī
Genitive pānī pānōrum
Dative pānō pānīs
Accusative pānum pānōs
Ablative pānō pānīs
Vocative pāne pānī

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