Definition of Palays
1. palay [n] - See also: palay
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Palays
Literary usage of Palays
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. English Prose and Poetry (1137-1892) by John Matthews Manly (1916)
"... to palays ryde; "For other wey is fro the yale 8 noon. Of Dardanus, ther 7 open is the cheyne." 8 With that come he and al his folk anoon An csy pas ..."
2. Notes on English Etymology: Chiefly Reprinted from the Transactions of the by Walter William Skeat (1901)
"Possibly the editor took palays to mean 'palace,' and this threw him out. But palaces are not usually two miles long; hence we must take ..."
3. The English Charlemagne Romances by Sidney J. Herrtage, William Caxton, Emil Hausknecht, S. L. Lee, John Bourchier, Octavia Richardson (1887)
"12 fhai of force they abandoned the palays and fled awaye / The king i< driven and the kynge fled into his ..."
4. ... English Readings for Commercial Classes by Cheesman Abiah Herrick (1921)
"... is the Sege of the grete Cane in a fulle gret palays, and the most ... more than 2 Myle: and within the Walles, it is alle fulle of other palays. ..."