Definitions for pániniˈpɑ ni ni for 1 ; pɑˈni ni for 2
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
Pa•ni•niˈpɑ ni ni for 1 ; pɑˈni ni for 2(n.)
fl. c400 b .c ., Indian grammarian of Sanskrit.
Ref: Pannini , Giovanni Paolo.
Indian grammarian whose grammatical rules for Sanskrit are the first known example of descriptive linguistics (circa 400 BC)
A type of sandwich made of a small loaf of bread, cut horizontally, filled with salami, ham, meat, cheese or other food.
Origin: panini, the plural of panino
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
a celebrated Sanskrit grammarian, whose work is of standard authority among Hindu scholars, and who lived some time between 600 and 300 B.C.