A Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue (up to 1700)

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Pal(le, Paal(e, n. [F. pal (15th c. in Littré), a stake, a ‘pale’ in heraldry.] A ‘pale’ in heraldry. = Pale n.1 4, Pele n.1 4. — And gif ȝhe will wit quhat is paal [etc.]; Loutfut MS. 12 b.
Pel pal paale is all ane thing bot for the difference of the name; Ib. 35 b.
Ane saltar ane croice ane palle; Lindsay MS. 42 b.

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