pantihose

[ pan-tee-hohz ]
/ ˈpæn tiˌhoʊz /

noun (used with a plural verb)

Origin of pantihose

1960–65; panty + hose, with i from the spelling of the plural form

Definition for pantihose (2 of 2)

pantyhose

or pan·ty hose, pant·i·hose

[ pan-tee-hohz ]
/ ˈpæn tiˌhoʊz /

noun

(used with a plural verb) a one-piece, skintight garment worn by women, combining panties and stockings.

Origin of pantyhose

First recorded in 1960–65
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British Dictionary definitions for pantihose (1 of 2)

pantihose

/ (ˈpæntɪˌhəʊz) /

pl n

mainly US a variant spelling of pantyhose

British Dictionary definitions for pantihose (2 of 2)

pantyhose

/ (ˈpæntɪˌhəʊz) /

noun

US, Canadian and NZ a one-piece clinging garment covering the body from the waist to the feet, worn by women in place of stockingsAlso called: pantihose, (esp Brit) tights

Word Origin for pantyhose

C20: from panties + hose ²
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