- pansystolic murmur,
- pant leg,
Origin of pant2
Examples from the Web for panter
Panter was promoted to the See of Ross in the latter part of 1545.The Works of John Knox, Vol. 1 (of 6)|John Knox
A brother skipper jumped into the boat, and actually clutched him by his cap at the same moment poor Panter said “I am gone, Ned!”West African studies|Mary Henrietta Kingsley
I ain't afeared of em—ain't afeared of anything cept a panter.
To assay bread, the Panter kneels, the Carver cuts him a slice, and he eats it.
Tell your Panter and Butler to come to the table before grace.
Word Origin for pant
mid-15c., perhaps a shortening of Old French pantaisier "gasp, puff, pant, be out of breath, be in distress" (12c.), probably from Vulgar Latin *pantasiare "be oppressed with a nightmare, struggle for breathing during a nightmare," literally "to have visions," from Greek phantasioun "have or form images, subject to hallucinations," from phantasia "appearance, image, fantasy" (see phantasm). Related: Panted; panting.
"a gasping breath," c.1500, from pant (v.).