[pah-mer-stuh n] /ˈpɑ mər stən/
Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount, 1784–1865, British statesman: prime minister 1855–58, 1859–65.
the former name (1869–1911) of Darwin1
Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston. 1784–1865, British statesman; foreign secretary (1830–34; 1835–41; 1846–51); prime minister (1855–58; 1859–65). His talent was for foreign affairs, in which he earned a reputation as a British nationalist and for high-handedness and gunboat diplomacy
- Palmerston north
noun 1. a city in New Zealand, in the S North Island on the Manawatu River. Pop: 78 100 (2004 est)
/ˈpɑːməˈtɔmkɪnsən/ noun 1. Tara. born 1971, British socialite, television personality, and journalist
[pah-mer-wurm] /ˈpɑ mərˌwɜrm/ noun 1. the larva of a tineid moth, Dichomeris ligulella, of the eastern U.S., that feeds on the leaves of apple and other fruit trees.
(Heb. gazam). The English word may denote either a caterpillar (as rendered by the LXX.), which wanders like a palmer or pilgrim, or which travels like pilgrims in bands (Joel 1:4; 2:25), the wingless locusts, or the migratory locust in its larva state.