Definition of Palmyras

1. Noun. (plural of palmyra) ¹



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Definition of Palmyras

1. palmyra [n] - See also: palmyra

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Palmyras

palmomental reflex
palmoplantar
palmoscopy
palmprint
palmprints
palmreading
palms
palmtop
palmtops
palmus
palmwood
palmy
palmyra
palmyra palm
palmyras (current term)
palo santo
palo verde
palochka
palochkas
palola
palolo
palolos
palometa
palomino
palominos
palone
palones
palooka
palookas

Literary usage of Palmyras

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1. The Indian Forester (1896)
"palmyras. SIR, II. Wood for Beer Barrels. With reference to wood for beer barrels, noted on in a recent number of the Forester it may be of interest to ..."

2. A Memoir on the Indian Surveys by Clements Robert Markham (1878)
"... first result of these measures was the contribution of a table of the times of high water at the principal places between Calcutta and Point palmyras, ..."

3. South Indian Sketches: Containing a Short Account of Some of the Missionary by Sarah Tucker (1848)
"... of the missionary work going on there, but must now transport you across the country, and place you among fche palmyras in the south-eastern districts. ..."

4. The Imperial Gazetteer of India by Sir William Wilson Hunter (1886)
"A beautiful glen, near the town, called the valley of Gangamma, is frequently visited by excursionists. palmyras Point.—Headland in Cuttack District, ..."

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