Definition of panurgy in English:

panurgy

noun

rare
  • Interference or mischief-making in all matters; knavery.

Origin

Late 16th century; earliest use found in Edward Hoby (1560–1617), politician and diplomat. From Middle French panurgie from ancient Greek πανουργία knavery from πανοῦργος knavish + -ία.

Pronunciation

panurgy

/ˈpanədʒi/