Word Origin & History

denoting a B-complex vitamin acid, 1933, from Gk. pantothen "from all quarters, on every side," from panto-, comb. form of pantos, gen. of pan "all." So called because it was found in so many sources.
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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