palleted

[ pal-i-tid ]
/ ˈpæl ɪ tɪd /

adjective

(of the binding of a book) stamped with the name of the binder.

Origin of palleted

Definition for palleted (2 of 2)

pallet

2
[ pal-it ]
/ ˈpæl ɪt /

noun

verb (used with object), pal·let·ed, pal·let·ing.

Origin of pallet

2
First recorded in 1550–60, pallet is from the Middle French word palette small shovel. See palette
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British Dictionary definitions for palleted (1 of 2)

pallet

1
/ (ˈpælɪt) /

noun

a straw-filled mattress or bed
any hard or makeshift bed

Word Origin for pallet

C14: from Anglo-Norman paillet, from Old French paille straw, from Latin palea straw

confusable

Avoid confusion with palette, palate

British Dictionary definitions for palleted (2 of 2)

pallet

2
/ (ˈpælɪt) /

noun

an instrument with a handle and a flat, sometimes flexible, blade used by potters for shaping
a standard-sized platform of box section open at two ends on which goods may be stacked. The open ends allow the entry of the forks of a lifting truck so that the palletized load can be raised and moved about easily
horology the locking lever that engages and disengages alternate end pawls with the escape wheel to give impulses to the balance
a variant spelling of palette (def. 1)
music a flap valve of wood faced with leather that opens to allow air from the wind chest to enter an organ pipe, causing it to sound

Word Origin for pallet

C16: from Old French palette a little shovel, from pale spade, from Latin pala spade

confusable

Avoid confusion with palette, palate
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