Definition of pantheon in English:

pantheon

Pronunciation /ˈpanTHēˌän/ /ˈpænθiˌɑn/ /ˈpanTHēən/ /ˈpænθiən/

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noun

  • 1A group of particularly respected, famous, or important people.

    • ‘the pantheon of the all-time greats’
    1. 1.1A building in which the illustrious dead of a nation are buried or honoured.
  • 2All the gods of a people or religion collectively.

    • ‘the deities of the Hindu pantheon’
    1. 2.1(especially in ancient Greece and Rome) a temple dedicated to all the gods.

Origin

Late Middle English (referring especially to the Pantheon, a large circular temple in Rome): via Latin from Greek pantheion, from pan ‘all’ + theion ‘holy’ (from theos ‘god’).