- pantheon (n.)
- c. 1300, from Pantheon, name of a temple for all the gods built in Rome c. 25 B.C.E. by Agrippa (since 609 C.E. made into the Christian church of Santa Maria Rotonda), from Greek Pantheion (hieron) "(shrine) of all the gods," from pantheion, neuter of pantheios, from pan- "all" (see pan-) + theios "of or for the gods," from theos "god" (see theo-). Sense of any group of exalted persons is first found 1590s.
- 1. the ancient Egyptian pantheon
- 2. Marie Curie's remains were exhumed and interred in the Pantheon.
- 3. The amazing Pantheon has stopped me in my tracks .
- 4. But peace has no parade, no pantheon of victory.
- 和平没有庆祝游行, 没有胜利殿堂.
- 5. The ambiguity about craft was widespread among the pantheon of Greek philosophers.
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