Definition of Pangaea in English:

Pangaea

Syllabification: Pan·gae·a
Pronunciation: /panˈjēə
 
/
(also Pangea)
A supercontinent comprising all the continental crust of the earth, postulated to have existed in late Paleozoic and Mesozoic times before it broke into Gondwana and Laurasia.

Origin

early 20th century: from pan- 'all' + Greek gaia 'earth'.

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