Pantagruel


Pan·ta·gru·el

noun \ˌpan-tə-ˈgrü-əl; pan-ˈta-grə-wəl, -ˌwel\

Definition of PANTAGRUEL

:  the huge son of Gargantua in Rabelais's Pantagruel
Pan·ta·gru·el·ian \ˌpan-tə-grü-ˈe-lē-ən, (ˌ)pan-ˌta-grə-ˈwe-\ adjective

Origin of PANTAGRUEL

French
First Known Use: 1598

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