panomphean

adjective pan·om·phe·an \¦paˌnäm¦fēən\\-fāik\\(ˈ)pa¦näm(p)fik\
variants: or

panomphaean

\¦paˌnäm¦fēən\ less commonly

panomphaic

\-fāik\ or

panomphic

\(ˈ)pa¦näm(p)fik\

Definition of panomphean

  1. 1 :  giving forth all divination

  2. 2 :  universal

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Origin and Etymology of panomphean

Latin Panomphaeus Zeus (from Greek Panomphaios, from panomphaios all-divining, literally, author or sender of divine oracles, from pan- + omphē voice, oracle) + English -an or -ic — more at sing


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