palmer

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noun palm·er \ˈpä-mər, ˈpäl-, ˈpȯ-, ˈpȯl-\

Definition of palmer

  1. :  a person wearing two crossed palm leaves as a sign of a pilgrimage made to the Holy Land

13th Century

First Known Use of palmer

13th century


Palmer

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biographical name Palm·er \ˈpä-mər, ˈpäl-mər\

Definition of Palmer

  1. Arnold (Daniel) 1929–     Am. golfer


Palmer

biographical name palm·er

Definition of Palmer

  1. Daniel David 1845–1913 Am. founder of chiropractic


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