Meaning of Pantagruelion in English:

Pantagruelion

Pronunciation /ˌpantəɡruːˈɛlɪən/

noun

literary
  • A name given by Rabelais to: a magical plant capable through its many applications of furthering the progress of the human race.

    Usually taken to be hemp, from some of the properties Rabelais ascribes to it; as for instance providing the source of the hangman's rope, and hence a ‘cure’ for criminality.

Origin

Early 18th century. From French Pantagruélion from the name of Pantagruel + -ion.