Translations: verb (pal, ing)
- A wooden stake.
- (archaic) A fence, especially one made from wooden stakes.
- (archaic) A territory or defensive area that one nation holds in another country, e.g., Britain"s medieval control of Calais in France or Dublin in Ireland.
- (archaic) The jurisdiction (territorial or otherwise) of an authority.
- The bounds of morality, good behaviour or judgment in civilized company, in the phrase beyond the pale.
- In heraldry, a vertical band down the middle of a shield.
- To become pale. To become insignificant.
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adjective (pal, e)
- German: blass werden
- Spanish: palidecer
- light in color.
- Dutch: bleek
- French: pí¢le, hí¢ve
- German: hell, blass
- Italian: pallido
- Spanish: pí¡lido(es)
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