parle

verb
\ ˈpär(-ə)l \
parled; parling

Definition of parle

Other Words from parle

parle noun, archaic

First Known Use of parle

14th century, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for parle

Middle English, to parley, from Anglo-French parler

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parleyer

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The first known use of parle was in the 14th century

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