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1. palīche adv.

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As if in pall, richly.

2. peller n.

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A maker of pall, a clothier; also as surname.

3. pālī adv.

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Palely.

4. pālish adj.

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Somewhat pale or pallid; whit palish, pale.

5. pālenes(se n.

Additional spellings: palenesse
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Lightness of color; pallor, paleness; dullness of color, lividity; palenes of gold, brightness of gold; fig. moral debility [quot.: MEccles.].

6. pōl(e n.(2)

Additional spellings: pole
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(a) A pole, stake, staff; ?also, a spear shaft; pol hed, a stake; ?the top of a stake; alder pol, a pole made of alder wood; pol pike, ?a spike to be affixed to the end of a pole; ?a long-handled…

7. pāl(e n.

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(a) A stake, pole; a stake for vines; ?also, a protective vertical iron bar for a window [attested only in ML]; (b) a staff for fighting, a quarterstaff; also, a stake or post used as an adversary in…

8. pallen v.(2)

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(a) To strike (sb.), cut down; pallen a)doun, beat (sb.) down, cut down; pallen thurgh, cut through (an army); (b) in surname.

9. pallen v.(3)

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(a) To drape (sth.) with pall, adorn with rich cloth; (b) to cover (one's falseness), conceal.

10. pā̆len v.(3)

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(a) To become pale; appear pale; grouen paled, lose color; (b) to make (sth.) pale.

11. pā̆len v.(2)

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To construct a paling; enclose (sth.) with a paling; ppl. fenced, fortified, enclosed; palen abouten, raise a paling around (sth.); -- also refl. enclose (oneself) with a paling [quot.: (a1420)].

12. palefrei n.

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(a) A riding horse (as opposed to a war horse); a fine riding horse; in palefreies wise, like palfreys; -- also sg. with pl. meaning; (b) ambling (fair, god, large, pomele, thik, white, etc.) palefrei

13. paltok(e n.

Additional spellings: paltoke
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(a) A short upper garment, often of rich fabric; a tunic or doublet, sometimes worn as, or under, armor; (b) paltok makere, a maker of doublets; (c) as surname.