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Meanings of Pal-around:

phrasal verb

To spend time with someone that you are very friendly with

Usage examples:

He used to pal around with one of the president's sons.

Pal-up

pæl

Meanings of Pal-up:

phrasal verb

To become friends with someone

Usage examples:

I've palled up with some people from work and we're going on holiday together.

Meanings of Pala:

noun

A small indian tree, wrightia tinctoria (family apocynaceae), with white wood and a milky sap.

Meanings of Palabra:

noun

A word. also: talk, especially of an unnecessary, profuse, or idle nature; occasionally figurative.

Meanings of Palabras:

noun

A word. also: talk, especially of an unnecessary, profuse, or idle nature; occasionally figurative.

Palace

ˈpæl.ɪs

Meanings of Palace:

noun

A large and impressive building forming the official residence of a ruler, pope, archbishop, etc.

Usage examples:

The royal palace

Meanings of Palaced:

adjective

Having a palace or palaces; living in a palace (chiefly poetic).

Meanings of Palaceward:

adverb

Towards a palace.

Meanings of Palacewards:

adverb

Towards a palace.

Palacsinta

paləˈtsɪntə

Meanings of Palacsinta:

noun

(in hungarian cuisine) a thin pancake eaten as a dessert, typically with a filling.

Paladin

ˈpæl.ə.dɪn

Meanings of Paladin:

noun

Any of the twelve peers of charlemagne's court, of whom the count palatine was the chief.

Usage examples:

In charlemagne's court, there are twelve legendary paladins who serve their king.

Meanings of Paladins:

noun

Any of the twelve peers of charlemagne's court, of whom the count palatine was the chief.

Usage examples:

In charlemagne's court, there are twelve legendary paladins who serve their king.

Meanings of Palaeanthropic:

adjective

Of, relating to, or designating extinct forms of human or hominid, known only from fossil remains. compare neanthropic , "palanthropic".

Meanings of Palaearctic:

adjective

Relating to or denoting a zoogeographical region comprising eurasia north of the himalayas, together with north africa and the temperate part of the arabian peninsula. the fauna is closely related to that of the nearctic region.

Usage examples:

He is a leading authority on the breeding biology of the birds of the western palaearctic region
noun

A zoogeographical region comprising eurasia north of the himalayas, together with north africa and the temperate part of the arabian peninsula.

Usage examples:

The resident breeding birds are joined by winter visitors from the palaearctic during the dry season

Meanings of Palaeechinoid:

noun

Originally: an extinct echinoid (sea urchin) belonging to the former subclass palaechinoidea, comprising all or most palaeozoic echinoids, typically having more than two series of interambulacral plates. now usually: a member of a more restricted group of palaeozoic echinoids (sometimes classified as an order palaechinoida) including the genus palaechinus.

Meanings of Palaeoanthropic:

adjective

Of, relating to, or designating extinct forms of human or hominid, known only from fossil remains. compare neanthropic , "palanthropic".

Palaeoanthropology

ˌpalɪəʊanθrəˈpɒlədʒi

Meanings of Palaeoanthropology:

noun

The branch of anthropology concerned with fossil hominids.

Usage examples:

The announcement electrified the paleoanthropology community.

Meanings of Palaeobiologic:

adjective

Palaeobiological.

Meanings of Palaeobiology:

noun

The biology of fossil animals and plants.

Usage examples:

Yet the majority of the book emphasizes dinosaur osteology, systematics, and the fossil record; pal…

Meanings of Palaeobotanic:

adjective

Palaeobotanical.

Palaeobotany

ˌpalɪəʊˈbɒtəni

Meanings of Palaeobotany:

noun

The study of fossil plants.

Usage examples:

The study of fossil plants, palaeobotany, it not only of interest in itself, but can be applied to …

Meanings of Palaeoceanography:

noun

The conditions and processes occurring in oceans in the past; the branch of science that deals with these.

Palaeocene

ˈpæl.i.ə.siːn

Meanings of Palaeocene:

adjective

Relating to or denoting the earliest epoch of the tertiary period, between the cretaceous period and the eocene epoch.

Usage examples:

These footprints are found in an exposure of a rock formation that contains no palaeocene fossils
noun

The earliest epoch of the tertiary period, between the cretaceous period and the eocene, or the system of rocks deposited during it.

Usage examples:

In the early palaeocene, dense forests extended to higher latitudes

Meanings of Palaeoclimatologic:

adjective

= palaeoclimatological .

Meanings of Palaeoclimatological:

adjective

Of or relating to palaeoclimatology.

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