It seemed as if a palm-tree could be laid across it from the island.
Then the righteous should flourish like the palm-tree; he should grow like a cedar in Lebanon.
Probably a corruption of talapat, the name of the palm-tree which yields the fan-leaf constantly used by the monks.
Its bark is more rough and knotty than that of the palm-tree.
He shall grow up and flourish like the palm-tree is the promise of David to the just.
That day Balthasar supped with the Queen of Sheba and drank the wine of the palm-tree.
Loosening the grasp of his hand, he carried him to a little mound at the foot of the palm-tree.
This was a fine broad back like satin to be putting a palm-tree on.
Grace has made her like the palm-tree, the emblem alike of uprightness and of fruitfulness.
But my panthers and my vines are gone to keep her laurels and her palm-tree company.