Definition of panisc
: a godling of the forest in Greek mythology that is half man and half goat and is commonly attendant on Pan
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Origin and Etymology of panisc
Latin Paniscus, from Greek Paniskos, diminutive of Pan, Greek god of woods and shepherds
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