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panic

Definitions by Oxford


[ˈpanɪk], (Noun)

Definitions:
- sudden uncontrollable fear or anxiety, often causing wildly unthinking behaviour
(e.g: she hit him in panic)


Phrases:
- panic stations

Origin:
early 17th century: from French panique, from modern Latin panicus, from Greek panikos, from the name of the god Pan, noted for causing terror, to whom woodland noises were attributed


[ˈpanɪk], (Verb)

Definitions:
- feel or cause to feel panic
(e.g: the crowd panicked and stampeded for the exit)


Phrases:
- panic stations

Origin:


[ˈpanɪk], (Noun)

Definitions:
- a cereal and fodder grass of a group including millet.


Phrases:

Origin:
late Middle English: from Latin panicum, from panus ‘ear of millet’ (literally ‘thread wound on a bobbin’), based on Greek pēnos ‘web’, pēnion ‘bobbin’







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