MEANING: noun: One who caters to the base desires, whims, or prejudices of others.

ETYMOLOGY: After Pandarus, a Trojan warrior in Greek mythology. He was known for his skill in archery. In later accounts, such as Chaucer’s and Shakespeare’s, he acts as a go-between in the love affair of Troilus and Cressida. This resulted in his reputation as a procurer in the English language. Earliest documented use: 1826.

WANDERER - an itinerant Magician

PANDORER - she who released all the evil in the world from a box in Boston

PANERER - a glazier specializing in double-paned windows