See also: pali, páli, pâli, pāli, păli, pāḷi, and pali-

EnglishEdit

 
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Etymology 1Edit

Learned borrowing from Sanskrit पालि (pāli).

PronunciationEdit

Proper nounEdit

Pali

  1. A Middle Indo-Aryan language of north India, closely related to Sanskrit; the sacred language of the Buddhist scriptures. [from 1690s[1]]
  2. The Prakrit language of the Buddha.
TranslationsEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Douglas Harper (2001–2022), “Pali”, in Online Etymology Dictionary.

Etymology 2Edit

From Mandarin 八里 (Bālǐ), Wade–Giles romanization: Pa¹-li³.

Proper nounEdit

Pali

  1. Alternative form of Bali
    • 1976, Chen, Pao-shu, “A Study on Reesimermis Nielseni for Control of Culex Pipiens Fatigans in Taiwan”, in Bulletin of the Institute of Zoology, Academia Sinica[1], volume 15, number 1, ISSN 0001-3943, OCLC 2256859, page 22, column 2:
      For field release trials, two C. p. fatigans breeding places (hereafter referred to as sites “A” and “B”) were selected in Pali Township, Taipei County.
    • 1981 October 25, Kritzer, Robert Benjamin, “This young American finds basic Chinese values still intact in old & new Taiwan”, in Free China Weekly (自由中國週報)[2], volume XXII, number 42, Taipei, ISSN 0016-0318, OCLC 1786626, page 2:
      Forty minutes later, we found ourselves seated on boulders on the side of Kuan Yin Shan with a lovely view of the river and the town of Tamsui to the east and the farms and field of Pali to the north.
    • 2003 May 20, “President Chen Volunteers His Services at Loshan Sanatorium in Pali in Taipei County”, in Office of the President, Republic of China (Taiwan) (中華民國總統府)[3], archived from the original on 14 October 2022[4]:
      Earlier in the day, Chen volunteered his services at Loshan Sanatorium in Pali on the outskirts of Taipei to mark his third anniversary in office.
    • 2007 September 21, “Mass fish deaths along Pali coast in Taipei County”, in Focus Taiwan[5], archived from the original on 25 September 2022[6]:
      A massive die-off of fish has been discovered along the Pali coast in Taipei County, with a preliminary investigation ascribing the mortality to too much mud and silt in the waters due to recent heavy rains, the county's Environmental Protection Bureau official said Friday.
    • 2015 June 29, “Taiwan water park explosion”, in CNN[7], number 2 of 7, archived from the original on 30 July 2015:
      Two men walk at the explosion site of the water park in the Pali district in New Taipei City, Taiwan, on June 28.
    • 2021, Cummings, Richard H., “From Radio Liberation to Radio Liberty to RFE/RL”, in Cold War Frequencies: CIA Clandestine Radio Broadcasting to the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe[8], McFarland & Company, →ISBN, LCCN 2021006094, OCLC 1235778538, page 53:
      The initial broadcasts went on the air on shortwave on May 1, 1955, from a transmitter at Panchao[sic – meaning Panchiao], located just beyond the western edge of the capital city, Taipei. This was an interim location, while a new base was constructed at Pali, on the coast 20 km north of Taipei.
    • 2022 March 12, Shamseer Mambra, “8 Major Ports of Taiwan”, in MarineInsight[9], archived from the original on 31 July 2022[10]:
      The Taipei port is the biggest container facility in the northern region of Taiwan. Built by reclamation of coastland and comprising an artificial harbour, it is located in Pali close to Keelung port. It was dredged and expanded using innovative technologies to achieve the highest productivity and lower the project’s environmental impact.
    • For more quotations using this term, see Citations:Pali.

AnagramsEdit


AlbanianEdit

EtymologyEdit

Pal (Paul) +‎ -i (-(of) the / -s).

Proper nounEdit

Pali m (definite Pali)

  1. nominative singular definite of Pal
  2. genitive singular indefinite of Pal
  3. dative singular indefinite of Pal
  4. ablative singular indefinite of Pal
  5. patronymic form of Pal (Paul)

HungarianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Pál +‎ -i (diminutive suffix).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [ˈpɒli]
  • Hyphenation: Pa‧li
  • Rhymes: -li

Proper nounEdit

Pali

  1. a diminutive of the male given name Pál

DeclensionEdit

Inflection (stem in long/high vowel, back harmony)
singular plural
nominative Pali Palik
accusative Palit Palikat
dative Palinak Paliknak
instrumental Palival Palikkal
causal-final Paliért Palikért
translative Palivá Palikká
terminative Paliig Palikig
essive-formal Paliként Palikként
essive-modal
inessive Paliban Palikban
superessive Palin Palikon
adessive Palinál Paliknál
illative Paliba Palikba
sublative Palira Palikra
allative Palihoz Palikhoz
elative Paliból Palikból
delative Paliról Palikról
ablative Palitól Paliktól
non-attributive
possessive - singular
Palié Paliké
non-attributive
possessive - plural
Paliéi Palikéi
Possessive forms of Pali
possessor single possession multiple possessions
1st person sing. Palim Palijaim
2nd person sing. Palid Palijaid
3rd person sing. Palija Palijai
1st person plural Palink Palijaink
2nd person plural Palitok Palijaitok
3rd person plural Palijuk Palijaik

Derived termsEdit