Definition of pamphract in US English:

pamphract

adjective

rare
  • Completely covered or protected, as with a coat of mail; inviolable.

Origin

Late 19th century; earliest use found in The Century Dictionary. From pan- + Hellenistic Greek ϕρακτός fenced, protected from the stem of ancient Greek ϕράσσειν (Attic ϕράττειν) to fence in + -τός, suffix forming verbal adjectives.

Pronunciation

pamphract

/ˈpamfrakt/