[pan-sek-shoo-uh l] /pænˈsɛk ʃu əl/
Psychiatry. pertaining to the theory that all human behavior is based on sexuality.
Also, omnisexual. expressing or involving sexuality in many different forms or with a variety of outlets.
1926 (pansexualism is from 1917), from pan- + sexual. Originally in reference to the view that the sex instinct plays the primary part in all human activity, mental and physical; this was held by his critics to be the view of Freud, therefore a term of reproach leveled at early psychology.
adjective Effeminate; sissified (1941+)
[puhn-seel] /ˈpʌn sil/ noun, Buddhism. 1. .
pansinusitis pan·si·nus·i·tis (pān’sī-nə-sī’tĭs) n. Inflammation of all paranasal sinuses on one or both sides.
[pan-slah-viz-uh m, -slav-iz-] /ˌpænˈslɑ vɪz əm, -ˈslæv ɪz-/ noun 1. the idea or advocacy of a political union of all the Slavic peoples. noun 1. (esp in the 19th century) the movement for the union of the Slavic peoples, esp under the hegemony of tsarist Russia n. 1846, from German Pansclavismus, coined as a linguistic […]