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Pandemonium - Wordorigins.org


Apr 6, 2007 ... While pandemonium is a relatively modern invention, the word ... Nor does its origin have anything to do with the excitement over the arrival of ...

Pandemonium | Define Pandemonium at Dictionary.com


Pandemonium definition, wild uproar or unrestrained disorder; tumult or chaos. See more. ... Synonyms; Examples; Word Origin. See more synonyms on ...

Pandemonium | Definition of Pandemonium by Merriam-Webster


Define Pandemonium: the capital of Hell in Milton's Paradise Lost ... Editor's note: Did You Know? ... Satan gathered together all his demons, by linking pan with the Latin word daemonium, "evil spirit". ... Origin and Etymology of pandemonium.

pandemonium - Wiktionary


Jump to: navigation, search. See also: pandemónium and pandémonium ... pandemonium (plural pandemoniums or pandemonia). (archaic) A place where all ...

Pandemonium Word of the Week - Allwords.com


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 ...

how did the word pandemonium come to mean chaos? | Yahoo Answers


Yes. Every sensible person is aware of there ought to be laws or we now have whole chaos. As it's we now have guy made laws which can be ...

pandemonium - definition of pandemonium in English | Oxford ...


'there was complete pandemonium—everyone just panicked' ... Origin. Mid 17th century: modern Latin (denoting the place of all demons, ... Word of the Day.

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


Jul 5, 1999 ... The word "pandemonium," meaning mass disorder and chaos, was ..... Dear Word Detective: Where did the phrase "stool pigeon" originate?

pandemonium | Definition, meaning & more | Collins Dictionary


Word origin of 'pandemonium'. C17: coined by Milton to designate the capital of hell in Paradise Lost, from pan- + Greek daimōn demon ...

pandemonium - alphaDictionary * Free English On-line Dictionary


If you need an extra syllable, this word may be used adjectivally as ... In Play: We don't have to look far for an excellent example of pandemonium these days: ...