[pan-toh-nal-i-tee] /ˌpæn toʊˈnæl ɪ ti/
graphics A set of standard colours for printing, each of which is specified by a single number. You can buy a Pantone swatch book containing samples of each colour. Some computer graphics software allows colours to be specified as Pantone numbers. Even though a computer monitor can only show an approximation to some of the […]
noun a fear of everything; also called panphobia See panphobia Word Origin Greek pantos ‘all’
pantothenate pan·to·then·ate (pān’tə-thěn’āt’, pān-tŏth’ə-nāt’) n. A salt or an ester of pantothenic acid.
adj. denoting a B-complex vitamin acid, 1933, from Greek pantothen “from all quarters, on every side,” from panto-, comb. form of pantos, genitive of pan “all” (see pan-) + -ic. So called because it was found in so many sources.