panhas

noun pan·has \ˈpänˌhäs\
variants: less commonly

panhaus

\-hau̇s\ or

pannhaas

\-häs\ or

pannhaus

\-hau̇s\

Definition of panhas

plural

-es

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Origin and Etymology of panhas

Pennsylvania German pannhas, from pann pan (from Middle High German dialect panne) + has hare, rabbit, from Middle High German hase; akin to Old High German phanna pan and to Old High German haso hare — more at pan, hare


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