Definition of pantas in English:

pantas

noun

historical
  • Falconry. A disorder of hawks characterized by difficult or noisy breathing (probably representing a variety of respiratory infections). Now historical.

Origin

Late 16th century; earliest use found in George Turberville (c1543–c1597), poet and translator. From Middle French pantais asthma in hawks from pantaisier.

Pronunciation

pantas

/ˈpantəs/