[ pan-thee-uh-nahyz or, esp. British, pan-thee- ]
/ ˈpæn θi əˌnaɪz or, esp. British, pænˈθi- /
verb (used with object), pan·the·on·ized, pan·the·on·iz·ing.
to place, especially to bury, in a pantheon: The author will be pantheonized following the funeral mass.
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Also especially British, pan·the·on·ise.
Origin of pantheonize
pantheon + -ize
Related formspan·the·on·i·za·tion, noun
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