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From Middle English pal, palle, from 古期英語 pæl, pæll, from Old French paile and Latin pallium (“cloak; covering”) (かつ thus a doublet of pallium), probably from palla (“piece of cloth worn as apparel”) (possibly from Proto-Indo-European *pel- (“to cover, wrap; hide, skin; cloth”)) + -ium (suffix forming abstract nouns).
- Senses relating to cloth.
- (archaic, poetic) Fine cloth, especially purple cloth used for robes.
- A heavy cloth laid over a coffin or tomb; a shroud laid over a corpse.
- (Christianity) A piece of cardboard, covered with linen and embroidered on one side, used to cover the chalice during the Eucharist.
- (Christianity, obsolete) A cloth used for various purposes on the altar in a church, such as a corporal (“cloth on which elements of the Eucharist are placed”) or frontal (“drapery covering the front of an altar”).
- Senses relating to clothing.
- (archaic) An outer garment; a cloak, mantle, or robe.
- (figuratively) Something that covers or surrounds like a cloak; in particular, a cloud of dust, smoke, etc., or a feeling of fear or gloom.
- (Christianity) Especially in Roman Catholicism: a pallium (“liturgical vestment worn over the chasuble”).
- 1655, Thomas Fuller, “Section II. The Seventh Century.”, in The Church-history of Britain; from the Birth of Jesus Christ, untill the Year M.DC.XLVIII, London: Printed for Iohn Williams, OCLC 3896305; The Church History of Britain, […] In Three Volumes, volume I, 3rd edition, London: Printed for Thomas Tegg, […], 1842, OCLC 779226264, section 38 (What a Pall is), page 107:
- By the way, a pall is a pontifical vestment, considerable for the matter, making, and mysteries thereof. […] But, to speak plainly, the mystery of mysteries in this pall was, that the archbishops' receiving it showed therein their dependence on Rome; and a mote, in this manner ceremoniously taken, was an acknowledgement of their subjection. And as it owned Rome's power, so in after-ages it increased their profit. For, though now such palls were freely given to archbishops, […] yet in after-ages the archbishop of Canterbury's pall was sold for five thousand florins: […]
- 1840, [Elizabeth Stone], “Needlework of the Dark Ages”, in Countess of Wilton [i.e., Mary Margaret Stanley Egerton], editor, The Art of Needle-work, from the Earliest Ages; including Some Notices of the Ancient Historical Tapestries, 2nd edition, London: Henry Colburn, publisher, […], OCLC 7523191, page 66:
- Or it might be a magnificent pall, in the days in which this garment had lost its primitive character, that taxed the skill and the patience of the fair needlewoman. It was about the year a.d. 601 that Pope Gregory [I] sent two archbishop's palls into England; the one for London, which see was afterwards removed to Canterbury, and the other to York.
- (heraldry) A charge representing an archbishop's pallium, having the form of the letter Y charged with crosses.
- Synonyms: cross-pall, pairle
- (transitive) To cloak or cover with, or as if with, a pall.
- c. 1606, William Shakespeare, “The Tragedie of Macbeth”, in Mr. William Shakespeares Comedies, Histories, & Tragedies: Published According to the True Originall Copies (First Folio), London: Printed by Isaac Iaggard, and Ed[ward] Blount, published 1623, OCLC 606515358, [Act I, scene v], lines 48–49, page 134, column 2:
Formed by aphesis from appal, appall (“(廃れた用法) to make pale; to weaken; to become weak; to lose flavour or become stale”), possibly under the influence of the figurative meaning of the unrelated noun pall.
Alternatively, the word may be derived from Middle English pallen (“to diminish, impair, weaken; to become faint; to lose spirit”), formed by aphesis from apallen (“to become または make faint または tired; to become indifferent; to fade または cause to fade away; to dim, weaken; to become stale; to be frightened; to frighten; to become pale”), from Old French apalir (“to become または cause to become pale”), possibly from Latin pallidus (“pale, pallid; pale with fright, frightened; mouldy, musty”), from palleō (“to be pale, turn pale; to be anxious または fearful; to fade または change colour”) (ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *pel-, *pelH- (“grey; pale”)) + -idus (suffix meaning ‘tending to’ forming adjectives).
- (transitive) To make vapid or insipid; to make lifeless or spiritless; to dull, to weaken.
- (intransitive) To become dull, insipid, tasteless, or vapid; to lose life, spirit, strength, or taste.
- 1853, Galfrido Grammatico [i.e., Geoffrey the Grammarian], Albert Way, editor, Promptorium Parvulorum sive Clericorum, Lexicon Anglo–Latinum Princeps, Auctore Fratre Galfrido Grammatico Dicto, e Predicatoribus Lenne Episcopi, Northfolciensi, A.D. circa MCCCXL. Olim e Prelis Pynsonianis Editum, nunc ab Integro, Commentariolis Subjectis, ad Fidem Codicum Recensuit Albertus Way [Storehouse for Children or Clerics, the First English–Latin Lexicon, Written by the Author Brother Galfrido Grammatico, about 1340. [...]], book II, London: Sumptibus Societatis Camdenensis [Camden Society], footnote 2, page 380:
- 1918 September–November, Edgar Rice Burroughs, “The Land That Time Forgot”, in The Blue Book Magazine, Chicago, Ill.: Story-press Corp., OCLC 18478577; republished as chapter VI, in Hugo Gernsback, editor, Amazing Stories, volume 1, number 11, New York, N.Y.: Experimenter Publishing, February 1927, OCLC 988016180, book I, page 1006, column 1:
- 1922, Donn Byrne [i.e., Brian Oswald Donn-Byrne], “The Wake at Ardee”, in The Wind Bloweth, New York, N.Y.: The Century Co., OCLC 645823356, § 4, page 74:
- And one day the new port palled, like a book one has read too often, or a picture one has looked at over-long. And it was sheet home the royals and off to a new port, where there were new strange people, and streets laid another way, and other things in the merchants' booths, and a new language to pick up a phrase or two of.
- (obsolete, まれに) A feeling of nausea caused by disgust or overindulgence.
- 1699, [Anthony Ashley-Cooper, 3rd Earl of Shaftesbury], An Inquiry Concerning Virtue: In Two Discourses, […], London: Printed for A. Bell [...] E. Castle [...] and S. Buckley, OCLC 837888670; republished as “Treatise IV. Viz. An Inquiry Concerning Virtue, or Merit. […]”, in Characteristicks of Men, Manners, Opinions, Times. In Three Volumes, volume II, [London: Printed by John Darby], 1711, OCLC 883651382, book II, part II, section II, pages 149–150:
- Tho the Impatience of abſtaining be greater; the Pleaſure of Indulgence is really leſs. The Palls or Nauseatings which continually intervene, are of the worſt and moſt hateful kind of Senſation. Hardly is there any thing taſted which is wholly free from this ill reliſh of a ſurfeited Senſe and ruin'd Appetite.
- ^ “pal, n.” in MED Online, Ann Arbor, Mich.: University of Michigan, 2007, retrieved 19 January 2019; “pall, n.1”, in OED Online , Oxford: Oxford University Press, March 2005.
- “pall” in Lexico, Dictionary.com; Oxford University Press.
- ^ “pall, v.3”, in OED Online , Oxford: Oxford University Press, March 2005.
- ^ “pall, v.1”, in OED Online , Oxford: Oxford University Press, March 2005.
- ^ “pallen, v.(1)” in MED Online, Ann Arbor, Mich.: University of Michigan, 2007, retrieved 19 January 2019.
- ^ “apallen, v.” in MED Online, Ann Arbor, Mich.: University of Michigan, 2007, retrieved 19 January 2019.
- ^ “† pall, n.2”, in OED Online , Oxford: Oxford University Press, March 2005.
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