pantheon etymology

English word pantheon comes from Ancient Greek θεῖος, Ancient Greek πᾶς, Ancient Greek θείος

Detailed word origin of pantheon

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
θεῖος Ancient Greek (grc)
πᾶς Ancient Greek (grc)
θείος Ancient Greek (grc)
πάνθειος Ancient Greek (grc)
pantheon English (eng) (mythology) All the gods of a particular people or religion, particularly the ancient Greek gods residing on Olympus, considered as a group.. A category or classification denoting the most honored persons of a group.. A temple dedicated to all the gods.

Words with the same origin as pantheon

Descendants of θεῖος
Pantheon
Descendants of πᾶς
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