[pawl-steyv, pal-] /ˈpɔlˌsteɪv, ˈpæl-/
a bronze celt fitted into a split wooden handle.
(archaeol) a kind of celt, usually of bronze, made to fit into a split wooden handle rather than having a socket for the handle
[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. 3. to paralyze. [pal-zee] /ˈpæl zi/ adjective, Slang. 1. . /ˈpɔːlzɪ/ noun (pl) […]
[pal-zee-wal-zee] /ˈpæl ziˈwæl zi/ adjective, Slang. 1. friendly or appearing to be friendly in a very intimate or hearty way: The police kept their eye on him because he was trying to get palsy-walsy with the security guard. /ˈpælzɪˌwælzɪ/ adjective 1. (informal) excessively friendly adjective Very friendly; chummy: breezy, palsy-walsy with Baskerville, who’s not a […]
[pawl-ter] /ˈpɔl tər/ verb (used without object) 1. to talk or act insincerely or deceitfully; lie or use trickery. 2. to bargain with; haggle. 3. to act carelessly; trifle. /ˈpɔːltə/ verb (intransitive) 1. to act or talk insincerely 2. to haggle v. 1530s, “speak indistinctly,” of unknown origin. It has the form of a frequentative, […]
deliverance from the Lord, one of the spies representing the tribe of Benjamin (Num. 13:9).