Definition of pantheic in English:

pantheic

adjective

rare
  • Originally: (of a statue, image, etc.) that combines the symbols or attributes of many different gods. Now, more generally: relating to or involving many different gods.

Origin

Early 19th century; earliest use found in Richard Payne Knight (1751–1824), art collector and writer. From pantheum + -ic.

Pronunciation

pantheic

/panˈθiːɪk/