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fantast

or phan·tast

[ fan-tast ]
/ ˈfæn tæst /
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noun
a visionary or dreamer.
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Origin of fantast

First recorded in 1580–90; from German, Fantast, Phantast, from Greek phantastḗs “boaster”; a derivative of the verb phantázein “to make visible, present to the eye or mind”
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British Dictionary definitions for fantast

fantast
/ (ˈfæntæst) /

noun
a dreamer or visionary

Word Origin for fantast

C16: from German Phantast, from Greek phantastēs boaster; English word influenced in meaning by fantastic
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