- talk; parley.
Origin of parle
1350–1400; Middle English parlen < Middle French parler to speak < Late Latin parabolāre; see parable
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Examples from the Web for parle
"Moi parle Français," he said, with an accent corresponding to his grammar.By Desert Ways to Baghdad
He responded in English,—the English of Ici on parle anglais.
Thus as they parle, before they be aware, Perhaps a Pursuivant slips in behind, And makes 'em run like hares before the wind.Caricature and Other Comic Art
Go then to the parlor (the place of parle), a good-sized room where merchants can bring their wares.Life on a Mediaeval Barony
William Stearns Davis
S'iL est dit cependant que tu veux le barren, Parle; je suis tout pret, je me ferai chatrer.'The Memoires of Casanova, Complete
Jacques Casanova de Seingalt