Pan is the Greek god with the legs of a goat and the body of a pipes-playing man known for his mischievousness. Pan is also the god of shepherds, pastures, and fertility. Pan is also a Hindi name meaning leaf or feather.
"PeterPan,"play & novel by James M. Barrie Mentioned in 'A Musical Instrument' (1844) by ElizabethBarrett Browning, poem whose most famous line, 'What was he doing, the great God Pan,/Down in the reeds by the river?' was thus answered by RobertRoss: 'No question for a lady to ask.'