PAL

buddy, brother, chum, crony, pal, sidekick

(noun) a close friend who accompanies his buddies in their activities

pal, pal up, chum up

(verb) become friends; act friendly towards

Source: WordNet® 3.1


Etymology 1

Proper noun

Pal

A language of Papua New Guinea.

Etymology 2

Proper noun

Pal

(informal, slang) Palestine.

Noun

Pal (plural Pals)

(informal, slang) Palestinian.

Anagrams

• ALP, APL, LPA, PLA, Pla, alp, lap

Etymology

Noun

pal (plural pals)

(colloquial) A friend, buddy, mate, cobber; someone to hang around with.

(colloquial) An informal term of address, often used ironically in a hostile way.

Synonyms

• See also friend

Verb

pal (third-person singular simple present pals, present participle palling, simple past and past participle palled)

Be friends with, hang around with.

Anagrams

• ALP, APL, LPA, PLA, Pla, alp, lap

Noun

PAL (plural PALs)

(television, uncountable) Acronym of Phase Alternating Line. or of Phase Alternation Line. (TV standard)

(electronics, countable) Acronym of Programmable Array Logic.

Acronym of permissive-action link.

Proper noun

PAL

Initialism of Police Athletic League.

Anagrams

• ALP, APL, LPA, PLA, Pla, alp, lap

Source: Wiktionary


Pal, n. Etym: [Etymol. uncertain.]

Definition: A mate; a partner; esp., an accomplice or confederate. [Slang]

Source: Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary 1913 Edition



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