encomiastic vs panegyric what difference

what is difference between encomiastic and panegyric

English

Etymology

From Ancient Greek ἐγκωμιαστικός (enkōmiastikós).

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /ɛnkoʊmiˈæstɪk/
  • Rhymes: -æstɪk

Adjective

encomiastic (comparative more encomiastic, superlative most encomiastic)

  1. Of or relating to an encomiast.
  2. Bestowing praise; eulogistic; laudatory.

Derived terms

  • encomiastically

Noun

encomiastic (plural encomiastics)

  1. A panegyric.
    • I thank you , Master Compass, for your short Encomiastic

Anagrams

  • cosmetician

Romanian

Etymology

From encomion +‎ -astic.

Adjective

encomiastic m or n (feminine singular encomiastică, masculine plural encomiastici, feminine and neuter plural encomiastice)

  1. eulogistic, laudatory

Declension



English

Alternative forms

  • panegyrick (obsolete)
  • panegyry (obsolete)

Etymology

From French panégyrique, from Ancient Greek πανηγυρικός (panēgurikós), from πᾰν- (pan-) “all” + agyris “place of assembly”, Aeolic form of ἀγορά (agorá)

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /ˌpænəˈd͡ʒɪɹɪk/, /ˌpænəˈd͡ʒaɪɹɪk/

Noun

panegyric (countable and uncountable, plural panegyrics)

  1. A formal speech or opus publicly praising someone or something.
    Synonym: eulogy
    • 1929, Robert Dean Frisbee, The Book of Puka-Puka (republished by Eland, 2019; p. 197):
      He then spoke in the usual boastful manner of his progenitors, added a flaming panegyric upon himself, and strolled down the road to repeat his speech at the next house.
  2. Someone who writes or delivers such a speech.

Derived terms

  • panegyrical
  • panegyrically

Translations

Adjective

panegyric (comparative more panegyric, superlative most panegyric)

  1. panegyrical

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