[pah-mee] /ˈpɑ mi/
adjective, palmier, palmiest.
glorious, prosperous, or flourishing:
the palmy days of yesteryear.
abounding in or shaded with :
adjective palmier, palmiest
prosperous, flourishing, or luxurious: a palmy life
covered with, relating to, or resembling palms: a palmy beach
“triumphant,” c.1600, from palm (n.2) in the “triumph” sense + -y (2). Literal meaning “full of palms” attested from 1660s.
[pal-mahy-ruh] /pælˈmaɪ rə/ noun 1. an ancient city in central Syria, NE of Damascus: reputedly built by Solomon. /pælˈmaɪrə/ noun 1. a tall tropical Asian palm, Borassus flabellifer, with large fan-shaped leaves used for thatching and weaving; grown also for its edible seedlings /pælˈmaɪrə/ noun 1. an ancient city in central Syria: said to have […]
[pal-oh al-toh for 1; pah-loh ahl-toh for 2] /ˈpæl oʊ ˈæl toʊ for 1; ˈpɑ loʊ ˈɑl toʊ for 2/ noun 1. a city in W California, SE of San Francisco. 2. a battlefield in S Texas, near Brownsville: first battle of Mexican War fought here in 1846. noun 1. (ˈpæləʊ ˈæltəʊ). a city in […]
- Palo alto research center
- Palo alto research centre