a colloquial form of written Chinese based on the spoken language, in use especially since 1917.
[peyl] /peɪl/ noun 1. . 2. the amount filling a pail. /peɪl/ noun 1. a bucket, esp one made of wood or metal 2. Also called pailful. the quantity that fills a pail n. mid-14c., of uncertain origin, probably from Old French paele, paelle “cooking or frying pan, warming pan;” also a liquid measure, from […]
[peyl-foo l] /ˈpeɪlˌfʊl/ noun, plural pailfuls. 1. a quantity sufficient to fill a : a pailful of water.
language A parallel Lisp built on Scheme in 1986. [“A Parallel Lisp Language PaiLisp and its Kernel Specification”, T. Ito et al, in Parallel Lisp: Languages and Systems, T. Ito et al eds, LNCS 441, Springer 1989]. (1995-01-30)
[pahy-yahr, pey-] /paɪˈyɑr, peɪ-/ noun 1. a scallop, especially of veal or chicken, that is pounded flat and grilled or sautéed quickly. n. variant of palliard.