[pahl-suh] /ˈpɑl sə/
noun, plural palsen
[pahl-suh n] /ˈpɑl sən/ (Show IPA). Geology.
a mound of earth pushed up by or formed near the edge of a glacier, found in alpine and arctic areas.
[pawlz-greyv, palz-] /ˈpɔlz greɪv, ˈpælz-/ noun 1. a German count palatine. /ˈpɔːlzɡreɪv/ noun 1. (archaic) a German count palatine n. 1540s, “a count palatine,” from Middle Dutch palsgrave, from pals “palace” (from Latin palatium, see palace) + grave (Dutch graaf) “count” (see margrave). Cf. cognate Middle High German pfalzgrave, German Pfalzgraf.
[pawlz-gruh-veen, palz-] /ˈpɔlz grəˌvin, ˈpælz-/ noun 1. the wife or widow of a palsgrave.
[pawl-zeed] /ˈpɔl zid/ adjective 1. paralyzed; unable to move or control certain muscles. [pawl-zee] /ˈpɔl zi/ noun, plural palsies. 1. any of a variety of atonal muscular conditions characterized by tremors of the body parts, as the hands, arms, or legs, or of the entire body. 2. (def 1b). verb (used with object), palsied, palsying. […]
[pawl-steyv, pal-] /ˈpɔlˌsteɪv, ˈpæl-/ noun, Archaeology. 1. a bronze celt fitted into a split wooden handle. /ˈpɔːlˌsteɪv/ noun 1. (archaeol) a kind of celt, usually of bronze, made to fit into a split wooden handle rather than having a socket for the handle