the Sunday before Easter, celebrated in commemoration of Christ’s triumphal entry into Jerusalem.
the Sunday before Easter commemorating Christ’s triumphal entry into Jerusalem
The Sunday before Easter. It is celebrated by Christians to commemorate the entry of Jesus into Jerusalem five days before his Crucifixion. On that occasion, the people of Jerusalem laid palm leaves in his path as a sign of welcome. Palms are carried or worn by worshipers in many churches on Palm Sunday.
[pahm-top] /ˈpɑmˌtɒp/ noun 1. a battery-powered computer small enough to fit in the palm of the hand. noun A very small computer: Silicon Valley’s future may hinge on winning the palmtop computer race [1990s+ Computers; modeled on desktop, laptop] computer (Or “pocket computer”, “Hand-held Personal Computer”, H/PC) A small general-purpose, programmable, battery-powered computer cabable of […]
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/ˈpɑːmˌtɒp/ noun 1. a computer that has a small screen and compressed keyboard and is small enough to be held in the hand, often used as a personal organizer Often shortened to palmtop Compare laptop
n. Old English palm-treo; see palm (n.2) + tree (n.).
palmus pal·mus (pāl’məs) n. pl. pal·mi (-mī) A rhythmical fibrillary contraction in a muscle.