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Pandemonium (group)

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Origin, Christchurch, New Zealand · Genres, Various: see article. Years active, 1998–present. Pandemonium is a percussion group from Christchurch, New Zealand, formed in 1998 ...

Pandemonium - Wordorigins.org

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Apr 6, 2007 ... Pandemonium was coined by Milton in his 1667 Paradise Lost: ... Nor does its origin have anything to do with the excitement over the arrival of ...

Pandemonium | Definition of Pandemonium by Merriam-Webster

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Origin and Etymology of pandemonium. New Latin, from Greek pan- + daimōn evil spirit — more at demon. First Known Use: 1667 ...

pandemonium - definition of pandemonium in English from the ...

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Origin. Mid 17th century: modern Latin (denoting the place of all demons, in Milton's Paradise Lost), from pan- 'all' + ... Words that rhyme with pandemonium.

Origins of English: Pandemonium, Chaos, Riot - Daily Kos

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Apr 16, 2016 ... By 1779, Pandæmonium had become pandemonium and had acquired the meaning of “a place of uproar” and by 1865 it also acquired the ...

Pandemonium dictionary definition | Pandemonium defined

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Origin of pandemonium. From Pandæmonium, capital of Hell in Paradise Lost, an epic poem by John Milton : Greek pan-, pan- + Greek daim&omacron;n, lesser ...

Previous Columns/Posted 07/05/99 - The Word Detective

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Jul 5, 1999 ... Dear Word Detective: My husband and I disagree as to the origin of the word " pandemonium." I say the word was formed early in this century ...

pandemonium - Memidex dictionary/thesaurus

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"pandemonium" definition: a state of extreme confusion and disorder. ... Origin: From Pandǽmonium, capital of Hell in Paradise Lost, an epic poem by John ...

Pandemonium | Definition, meaning & more | Collins Dictionary

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ˌpandeˈmoniˌac, pandemoniacal (ˌpændɪməˈnaɪəkəl) or pandemonic ( ˌpændɪˈmɒnɪk ) adjective. Word origin. C17: coined by Milton to designate the ...

Pandemonium Day, July 14 Holiday at Holiday Insights

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Pandemonium Day, a day of sheer bedlam and utter chaos. ... Celebrate and embrace Pandemonium Day. Don't let today, ... The Origin of Pandemonium Day: .

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Pandemonium | Define Pandemonium at Dictionary.com

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Pandemonium definition, wild uproar or unrestrained disorder; tumult or chaos. See more. ... Origin of pandemonium. Expand. 1660-1670. 1660-70; after ...

pandemonium (n.) - Online Etymology Dictionary

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pandemonium (n.) Look up pandemonium at Dictionary.com: 1667, Pandæmonium, in "Paradise Lost" the name of the palace built in the middle of Hell, "the ...

Pandemonium Word of the Week - Allwords.com

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Pandemonium is often capitalized because the origin of the word is a proper noun. It is grammatically acceptable to use either case, but more often than not you ...