Crossword clues for pan
- Camera-moving technique
- Rave's opposite
- Identified with Roman Sylvanus or Faunus
- Shallow container made of metal
- (Greek mythology) god of fields and woods and shepherds and flocks
- Cooking utensil consisting of a wide metal vessel
- Represented as a man with goat's legs and horns and ears
- It may lack stars
- Criticize severely
- He lost his shadow
- Manipulate a camera
- Move a movie camera
- Where good eggs often meet
- Greek Faunus
- Barrie boy
- Move a TV camera
- Thumbs-down review
- "The Dead ___," E. B. Browning poem
- Hircine god
- Spider in the kitchen
- Rotate the camera
- Shadow loser
- Shallow container
- Legendary Peter or piper
- Certain camera shot
- Give a poor review
- Forty-niner's need
- Forest god
- Greek god of shepherds
- Lecherous pursuer of Echo
- Shepherd's god
- Mary Martin role: 1954
- Seek gold
- Roast or roaster
- Result, with "out"
- Pastoral god
- Peter or sauce follower
- Wok's cousin
- Camera motion
- Rake over the coals
- Captain Hook's foe
- Captain Hook's adversary
- Peter or frying
- Rotate, as a camera
- Opposite of a rave
- Hook's foe
- Horned god
- Cooking utensil
- Flying Peter
- Review a flop
- Greek piper
- Part of a dehumidifier
- Prospector's need
- Pie holder
- Long shot?
- Part of a balance
- Turkey holder
- Work (out)
- Place for bacon
- Harsh review
- Sweeping shot
- Pot's partner
- Zero-star review
- One star, maybe
- Give a scathing review
- Put down in writing?
- Forty-niner's tool
- Criticize harshly
- Pipe player of myth
- Word defined by 17- and 59-Across and 10- and 24-Down
- Give one star, say
- Give a thumbs down
- Goat-legged god
- Go for the gold?
- Critique harshly
- Label a bomb, perhaps
- Knock hard?
- Part-goat god
- Follow with a camera
- Criticize, as a movie
- Mythical piper
- Pick apart
- God of shepherds
- Pizza option
- Camera angle shift
- It may have no stars
- Pipe-playing god
- Faunus's Greek counterpart
- Critique scathingly
- Give two thumbs down
- Man-goat of myth
- Pipe holder?
- *Words of praise
- With 54-Down, waffle alternative
- Greek god of the wild
- Label a bomb
- Review poorly
- Greek god depicted on the cover of "The Wind in the Willows"
- Skillet, e.g.
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Pan \Pan\, v. t. & i. (Cinematography) To scan (a movie camera), usu. in a horizontal direction, to obtain a panoramic effect; also, to move the camera so as to keep the subject in view.
Pan \Pan\, v. i.
(Mining) To yield gold in, or as in, the process of panning; -- usually with out; as, the gravel panned out richly.
To turn out (profitably or unprofitably); to result; to develop; as, the investigation, or the speculation, panned out poorly. [Slang, U. S.]
Pan \Pan\, n. [OE. panne, AS. panne; cf. D. pan, G. pfanne, OHG. pfanna, Icel., Sw., LL., & Ir. panna, of uncertain origin; cf. L. patina, E. paten.]
A shallow, open dish or vessel, usually of metal, employed for many domestic uses, as for setting milk for cream, for frying or baking food, etc.; also employed for various uses in manufacturing. ``A bowl or a pan.''
(Manuf.) A closed vessel for boiling or evaporating. See Vacuum pan, under Vacuum.
The part of a flintlock which holds the priming.
The skull, considered as a vessel containing the brain; the upper part of the head; the brainpan; the cranium.
(Carp.) A recess, or bed, for the leaf of a hinge.
The hard stratum of earth that lies below the soil. See Hard pan, under Hard.
A natural basin, containing salt or fresh water, or mud.
Flash in the pan. See under Flash.
To savor of the pan, to suggest the process of cooking or burning; in a theological sense, to be heretical.
Pan \Pan\, n. [OE. See 2d Pane.]
A part; a portion.
(Fort.) The distance comprised between the angle of the epaule and the flanked angle.
[Perh. a different word.] A leaf of gold or silver.
Pan \Pan\, v. t. & i. [Cf. F. pan skirt, lappet, L. pannus a
cloth, rag, W. panu to fur, to full.]
To join or fit together; to unite. [Obs.]
Pan \Pan\, n. [Hind. p[=a]n, Skr. parna leaf.] The betel leaf; also, the masticatory made of the betel leaf, etc. See Betel.
Pan \Pan\, prop. n. [L., fr. Gr. ?.] (Gr. Myth.) The god of shepherds, guardian of bees, and patron of fishing and hunting. He is usually represented as having the head and trunk of a man, with the legs, horns, and tail of a goat, and as playing on the shepherd's pipe (also called the pipes of Pan), which he is said to have invented.
Pan \Pan\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Panned; p. pr. & vb. n. Panning.]
(Mining) To separate, as gold, from dirt or sand, by washing in a kind of pan. [U. S.]
We . . . witnessed the process of cleaning up and panning out, which is the last process of separating the pure gold from the fine dirt and black sand.
--Gen. W. T. Sherman.
To criticise (a drama or literary work) harshly.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Arcadian shepherd god with upper body of a man and horns and lower part like a goat, late 14c., a god of the woods and fields, from Latin, from Greek Pan. Klein says perhaps cognate with Sanskrit pusan, a Vedic god, guardian and multiplier of cattle and other human possessions, literally "nourisher." Similarity to pan "all" (see pan-) led to his being regarded as a personification of nature. Pan-pipe, upon which he supposedly played, is attested from 1820.
"follow with a camera," 1913 shortening of panoramic in panoramic camera (1878). Meaning "to swing from one object to another in a scene" is from 1931. Related: Panned; panning.
"to wash gravel or sand in a pan in search of gold," 1839, from pan (n.); thus to pan out "turn out, succeed" (1868) is a figurative use of this (literal sense from 1849). The meaning "criticize severely" is from 1911, probably from the notion in contemporary slang expressions such as on the pan "under reprimand or criticism" (1923). Related: Panned; panning.
Old English panne, earlier ponne (Mercian) "pan," from Proto-Germanic *panna "pan" (cognates: Old Norse panna, Old Frisian panne, Middle Dutch panne, Dutch pan, Old Low German panna, Old High German phanna, German pfanne), probably an early borrowing (4c. or 5c.) from Vulgar Latin *patna, from Latin patina "shallow pan, dish, stewpan," from Greek patane "plate, dish," from PIE *pet-ano-, from root *pete- "to spread" (see pace (n.)). Irish panna probably is from English, and Lithuanian pana is from German.\n
\nUsed of pan-shaped parts of mechanical apparatus from c.1590; hence flash in the pan, a figurative use from early firearms, where a pan held the priming (and the gunpowder might "flash," but no shot ensue). To go out of the (frying) pan into the fire is first found in Spenser (1596).
Etymology 1 n. 1 A wide, flat receptacle used around the house, especially for cooking 2 The contents of such a receptacle 3 A cylindrical receptacle about as tall as it is wide, with one long handle, usually made of metal, used for cooking in the home 4 (context Ireland English) A deep plastic receptacle, used for washing or food preparation. A basin. 5 A wide receptacle in which gold grains are separated from gravel by washing the contents with water 6 (context geography English) a specific type of lake, natural depression or basin. They are sometimes associated with desert areas 7 Strong adverse criticism 8 A loaf of bread 9 The base part of a toilet, consisting of a bowl and a footing 10 (context slang English) A human face, a mug. 11 (context roofing English) The bottom flat part of a roofing panel that is between the ribs of the panel 12 A closed vessel for boiling or evaporate as part of manufacture; a vacuum pan. 13 The part of a flintlock that holds the priming. 14 The skull, considered as a vessel containing the brain; the brain-pan. 15 (context carpentry English) A recess, or bed, for the leaf of a hinge. 16 The hard stratum of earth that lies below the soil; hardpan. vb. 1 (context transitive English) To wash in a pan (of earth, sand etc. when searching for gold). 2 (context transitive English) To disparage; to belittle; to put down; to criticise severely. 3 (context intransitive English) With "out" (to pan out), to turn out well; to be successful. 4 (context transitive informal of a contest English) To beat one's opposition convincingly. Etymology 2
vb. 1 to turn horizontally (of a camera etc.) 2 (context intransitive photography English) to move the camera lens angle while continuing to expose the film, enabling a contiguous view and enrichment of context. In still-photography large-group portraits the film usually remains on a horizontal fixed plane as the lens and/or the film holder moves to expose the film laterally. The resulting image may extend a short distance laterally or as great as 360 degrees from the point where the film first began to be exposed. 3 (context audio English) To spread a sound signal into a new stereo or multichannel sound field, typically giving the impression that it is moving across the sound stage. Etymology 3
n. (alternative form of paan English) Etymology 4
vb. To join or fit together; to unite. Etymology 5
n. 1 A part; a portion. 2 (context fortifications English) The distance comprised between the angle of the epaule and the flanked angle. 3 A leaf of gold or silver. Etymology 6
(context slang English) pansexual.
n. cooking utensil consisting of a wide metal vessel [syn: cooking pan]
(Greek mythology) god of fields and woods and shepherds and flocks; represented as a man with goat's legs and horns and ears; identified with Roman Sylvanus or Faunus [syn: the goat god]
shallow container made of metal
chimpanzees; more closely related to Australopithecus than to other pongids [syn: genus Pan]
Pan ( , ) is the second-innermost moon of Saturn. It is a walnut-shaped small moon about 35 kilometres across and 23 km high that orbits within the Encke Gap in Saturn's A Ring. Pan is a ring shepherd and is responsible for keeping the Encke Gap free of ring particles.
It was discovered by Mark R. Showalter in 1990 from analysis of old Voyager 2 probe photos and received the provisional designation because the discovery images dated back to 1981.
Pan is the largest crater on Jupiter's moon Amalthea. It is kilometers across and at least 8 kilometers deep; center coordinates are 30°N, 30°W. It is named after Pan, the Greek god of shepherds and the countryside, son of Amalthea and Hermes in some legends.
In Greek religion and mythology, Pan (; , Pan) is the god of the wild, shepherds and flocks, nature of mountain wilds and rustic music, and companion of the nymphs. His name originates within the Ancient Greek language, from the word paein (πάειν), meaning "to pasture"; the modern word "panic" is derived from the name. He has the hindquarters, legs, and horns of a goat, in the same manner as a faun or satyr. With his homeland in rustic Arcadia, he is also recognized as the god of fields, groves, and wooded glens; because of this, Pan is connected to fertility and the season of spring. The ancient Greeks also considered Pan to be the god of theatrical criticism.
In Roman religion and myth, Pan's counterpart was Faunus, a nature god who was the father of Bona Dea, sometimes identified as Fauna; he was also closely associated with Sylvanus, due to their similar relationships with woodlands. In the 18th and 19th centuries, Pan became a significant figure in the Romantic movement of western Europe and also in the 20th-century Neopagan movement.
An area in the Golan Heights known as the Panion or Panium is associated with Pan. The city of Caesarea Philippi, the site of the Battle of Panium and the Banias natural spring, grotto or cave, and related shrines dedicated to Pan, may be found there.
Pan is a news client for multiple operating systems, developed by Charles Kerr and others. It supports offline reading, multiple servers, multiple connections, fast (indexed) article header filtering and mass saving of multi-part attachments encoded in uuencode, yEnc and base64; images in common formats can be viewed inline. Pan is free software available for Linux, FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, OpenSolaris, and Windows.
Pan is popular for its large feature set. It passes the Good Netkeeping Seal of Approval 2.0 set of standards for newsreaders.
Pan and panning can have many meanings as listed below in various categories.
Pan is an 1894 novel by Norwegian author Knut Hamsun. Writing it while he lived in Paris and in Kristiansand, Norway. It remains one of his most famous works today.
Pan is a Croatian lager beer, which is produced by Carlsberg Croatia. It was introduced to Croatian market in 1997.
Pān is the Mandarin pinyin romanization of the East Asian surname . It is listed 43rd in the Song dynasty classic text Hundred Family Surnames. It is romanized as P'an in Wade–Giles; Poon, Pon, or Pun in Cantonese; Phua in Hokkien and Teochew.
潘 is also a common surname in Vietnam and Korea. It is romanized Phan in Vietnamese and Ban or Pan in Korean.
Pan is a 1922 Norwegian film directed by Harald Schwenzen. It was the first of four film adaptations of the novel of the same name by 1920 Nobel Prize winner Knut Hamsun, and one of the earliest Scandinavian adaptations of a Hamsun work (preceded only by a 1921 film of Growth of the Soil). It tells the story of a romance between a wealthy woman and a soldier, and was filmed in Nordland and in Algeria (standing in for the Indian locations in the novel).
According to author Donald Dewey, Pan was popular with the Norwegian public, but when Hamsun himself was asked for his reaction, he commented only, "I don’t understand film and I am in bed with the flu," and hung up. Michael Wilmington of the Chicago Tribune describes it as "A fine film and a real discovery".
Pan was an arts and literary magazine co-founded by Richard Dehmel and published from 1895 to 1900 in Berlin by Otto Julius Bierbaum and Julius Meier-Graefe.
The magazine was revived by Paul Cassirer in 1910, published by his Pan-Presse.
Pan played an important role in the development of Art Nouveau in Germany. The magazine printed a number of illustrations by both well-known and unknown young artists. Among the best-known artists who contributed to the periodical were Franz von Stuck, Félix Vallotton, and Thomas Theodor Heine.
Pan also printed stories and poems, in the emerging Symbolist and Naturalist movements; authors published included Otto Julius Bierbaum, Max Dauthendey, Richard Dehmel and Arno Holz.
Under Cassirer contributors included Frank Wedekind, Georg Heym, Ernst Barlach, and Franz Marc. Alfred Kerr took over the publication of the magazine in 1912 and it appeared only sporadically until its demise in 1915.
Pan was the eighth and final studio album released by the Japanese band The Blue Hearts. It was the only album not to have any songs that were released as singles.
Pan is a public artwork by sculptor Roger White located at the Indiana World War Memorial Plaza in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. This work was originally surveyed in 1993 as part of the Smithsonian's Save Outdoor Sculpture! program. A former water fountain, this piece is part of a National Historic Landmark District.
Pan (also released under the title Two Green Feathers) is a 1995 Danish/Norwegian/German film directed by the Danish director Henning Carlsen. It is based on Knut Hamsun's 1894 novel of the same name, and also incorporates the short story "Paper on Glahn's Death", which Hamsun had written and published earlier, but which was later appended to editions of the novel. It is the fourth and most recent film adaptation of the novel—the novel was previously adapted into motion pictures in 1922, 1937, and 1962.
The pan configuration language allows the definition of machine configuration information and an associated schema with a simple, human-accessible syntax. A pan language compiler transforms the configuration information contained within a set of pan templates to a machine-friendly XML or json format.
The pan language is used within the Quattor toolkit to define the desired configuration for one or more machines. The language is primarily a declarative language where elements in a hierarchical tree are set to particular values. The pan syntax is human-friendly and fairly simple, yet allows system administrators to simultaneously set configuration values, define an overall configuration schema, and validate the final configuration against the schema.
Pan (1805 – circa 1822) was a British Thoroughbred racehorse and sire. In a career that lasted from June 1808 to July 1814 he had six different owners, ran twenty times and won nine races. His most important success came on his only appearance as a three-year-old in 1808 when he won the Derby as a 25/1 outsider. Pan won another eight races over the next four seasons, running mainly in match races at Newmarket. He raced for two more years without success before being retired as a nine-year-old in 1814.
Pan is a 2015 American 3D fantasy action- adventure family film directed by Joe Wright and written by Jason Fuchs. The film is a prequel story to Scottish author J. M. Barrie's Peter Pan story, first staged in 1904. It stars Hugh Jackman, Garrett Hedlund, Rooney Mara and Amanda Seyfried, with Levi Miller as the title character. It serves as an alternative origin story for Peter Pan and Captain Hook. The film had its world premiere in London, England on September 20, 2015, and was theatrically released in the United States on October 9, 2015, by Warner Bros. Pictures. Pan grossed $128.4 million on a $150 million budget, making it a financial flop. Despite its negative reviews from critics, it received nominations for the AACTA Award for Best Visual Effects or Animation, the Jury Award for Best 3D Film, the Ivor Novello Award for Best Original Film Score, the Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a Feature Film - Leading Young Actor (11 - 13) and the Young Entertainer Award for Best Leading Young Actor- Feature Film.
Usage examples of "pan".
Such eyes adazzle dancing with mine, such nimble and discreet ankles, such gimp English middles, and such a gay delight in the mere grace of the lilting and tripping beneath rafters ringing loud with thunder, that Pan himself might skip across a hundred furrows for sheer envy to witness.
What if the field around the amalgam affected the tomb, too, like the pan in the experiment.
Their angareb stood in the centre of the floor and he saw that the linen upon it had been washed, bleached and smoothed with a hot iron, until it shone like the salt pan of Shokra.
The man with all the pots and pans on his bicycle, the nun eating the baguette as she trundles along, the old woman shooing the geese, the businessman in his car eating a cake and attempting to look important.
She loved her oversized, fire engine red stove imported from France, her Cuisinart, espresso machine, Belgian waffler, pasta maker, her Magnalite pots and pans, Henckels knives, cast-iron bakeware, microwave, and even her electric wok.
I met up with Foster at the Pan Pan just in time for an early lunch of juicy barbecued ribs and an excellent chopped barbecued-pork sandwich.
The Rebels held the strong forts of Caswell and Fisher, at the mouth of Cape Fear River, and outside, the Frying Pan Shoals, which extended along the coast forty or fifty miles, kept our blockading fleet so far off, and made the line so weak and scattered, that there was comparatively little risk to the small, swift-sailing vessels employed by the blockade runners in running through it.
The first day she cleared it out, swept the narrow pot chimney and got the fire to burn, brought in some dry sacks and clean straw from the byre, raked among the burnt embers of the cottage until she found the frying pan, the kale pot and a few other cooking utensils.
Pan and the Satyrs, near Chemmis, first discovered his death, announced it by their cries, and everywhere created sorrow and alarm.
Pan Xo, despondent over the loss of his illicit lover to the arms of another man, took his own life by slashing open his own veins, but not before dispatching his lover and her dallier in a more, shall we say, dramatic fashion.
Pour the stock into the roasting pan to deglaze it, and leave the stock in the pan.
Remove the roast from the oven and deglaze the pan with the water, stirring and scraping the bottom.
Anna leaned against the counter and watched her deglaze the pan with stock.
Then he added the pieces of chicken one at a time to the sizzling pan, browning them nicely on one side and the other, then removing them and briefly cooking the mushrooms and the garlic, before adding the wine to deglaze the pan and create a delicate, thin sauce.
He plucked the steaks from the salted pan, set them steaming on two big metal plates, and deglazed the pan with whiskey.