History and etymology for pandemonium pan late latin daemonium evil spirit borrowed from greek daimnion evil spirit earlier divine power inferior divine being derivative of damn divinity divine power individual destiny with ium probably to be read as latin ium or greek ion suffixes of place more at demon. The result would have been pandemonium i could be married at the movie theater but not at the bar afterward. Pandemonium pnd mn m n a condition or scene of noisy confusion the whole lobby was a perfect pandemonium and the din was terrific jerome k jerome see synonyms at noise from pandaemonium capital of hell in paradise lost an epic poem by john milton greek pan pan greek daimn lesser god demon see demon . The majesty of the law in his hands becomes at once a bludgeon and a pandemonium and suddenly chet found himself alone in a pandemonium of sound
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