One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1An extinct Panoan language; also called Panobo.
2A member of any of a number of Panoan-speaking peoples of the Amazon basin in eastern Peru and neighbouring parts of Bolivia and Brazil, especially those formerly speaking Pano (Panobo); these peoples collectively, considered as a linguistic group.
Of, relating to, or designating the Pano or (any of the) Panoan languages (especially Pano itself).
Mid 19th century. From American Spanish Pano (noun and adjective) from Pano or another Panoan language pano person, self.
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