[ pahrl ]
/ pɑrl /
noun, verb (used without object), parled, parl·ing. Archaic.
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Origin of parle
1350–1400; Middle English parlen < Middle French parler to speak < Late Latin parabolāre; see parable
Words nearby parle
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