a roofing straight in its length but curved in its width to overlap the next .
a tapered, semicylindrical roofing laid either convex side up to overlap flanking similar laid concave side up or vice versa.
a roofing tile, with an S-shaped cross section, laid so that the downward curve of one tile overlaps the upward curve of the adjoining tile
a tapering roofing tile with a semicircular cross section, laid alternately so that the convex side of one tile overlaps the concave side of adjoining tiles
/ˌpæntɪˈsɒkrəsɪ/ noun 1. a community, social group, etc, in which all have rule and everyone is equal n. “ideal Utopian community in which all have equal rights,” 1794, literally “equal rule of all,” from Greek pant-, comb. form of pantos, genitive of pan “all” (see pan-) + isocratia “equality of power” (see isocracy).
noun 1. a leg of a pair of pants.
[pan-toh] /ˈpæn toʊ/ noun, plural pantos. British. 1. (def 2). 1. a combining form synonymous with pan-: pantology. /ˈpæntəʊ/ noun (pl) -tos 1. (Brit, informal) short for pantomime (sense 1) combining form 1. all: pantisocracy, pantofle, pantograph, pantomime
[pan-tuh-fuh l, pan-tof-uh l, -toh-fuh l, -too-] /ˈpæn tə fəl, pænˈtɒf əl, -ˈtoʊ fəl, -ˈtu-/ noun 1. a slipper. 2. a cork-soled patten covering the forepart of the foot, worn in the 16th century. /pænˈtɒfəl/ noun 1. (archaic) a kind of slipper