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 ...
Feb 5, 2012 ... Best Answer: The word pandemonium was first coined by John Milton as the
name of the capital city of Hell in his epic poem "Paradise Lost".
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.
If you look carefully at the word pandemonium, you'll see the word demon inside
it. This makes sense, since the word pandemonium was coined in Milton's ...
Jump to: navigation, search. See also: pandemónium and pandémonium ...
pandemonium (plural pandemoniums or pandemonia). (archaic) A place where
Jul 5, 1999 ... The word "pandemonium," meaning mass disorder and chaos, was ..... Dear
Word Detective: Where did the phrase "stool pigeon" originate?
'there was complete pandemonium—everyone just panicked' ... Origin. Mid 17th
century: modern Latin (denoting the place of all demons, ... Word of the Day.
Word origin of 'pandemonium'. C17: coined by Milton to designate the capital of
hell in Paradise Lost, from pan- + Greek daimōn demon ...
Dec 9, 2014 ... pandemonium: Used today to refer to a state of utter chaos and uproar, ... there to
mean both its current meaning and primeval, without origin.
Oct 2, 2013 ... (Or, there may be earlier uses of the words out there, waiting to be discovered; ...
this word originated in Lewis Carroll's poem “Jabberwocky,” which was included
in the ... confusion, but it retains its demonic glint in the word “pandemonium. ....
However, contrary to popular belief, Čapek did not coin the word.