(comparative more pantographic, superlative most pantographic)
Compare French pantographique.
Variant of pantograph
- a mechanical device for reproducing a map, drawing, etc. on the same or a different scale, consisting of a framework of jointed rods in a roughly parallelogram form
- any similar framework, as an extensible arm for a telephone, a trolley on an electric locomotive, etc.
Origin of pantographFrench pantographe: see panto- and amp; -graph