1. All: panorama.
2. also Pan- Involving all of or the union of a specified group: Pan-Hellenic.
3. General; whole: panleukopenia.
[Greek, from pan, neuter of pās, pant-, all; see pant- in the Appendix of Indo-European roots.]
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