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/pä(l)m/,
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palms, plural;
  1. Conceal (a card or other small object) in the hand, esp. as part of a trick or theft
    • - he would spin wild tales while palming your wristwatch
  2. Hit (something) with the palm of the hand

  3. Illegally grip (the ball) with the hand while dribbling

Noun
  1. The inner surface of the hand between the wrist and fingers

  2. A part of a glove that covers this part of the hand

  3. A hard shield worn on the hand by sailmakers to protect the palm in sewing

  4. The palmate part of an antler


  1. handle: touch, lift, or hold with the hands; "Don't handle the merchandise"
  2. the inner surface of the hand from the wrist to the base of the fingers
  3. a linear unit based on the length or width of the human hand
  4. any plant of the family Palmae having an unbranched trunk crowned by large pinnate or palmate leaves
  5. decoration: an award for winning a championship or commemorating some other event
  6. Paralemmin is a protein that in humans is encoded by the PALM gene.
  7. Palm was a Minneapolis based band in the early 90s. The band was a project started by the late Hole band bassist Kristen Pfaff. The project took place during Pfaff's time in the band Janitor Joe. The band also had a guitar player by the name of Peter. ...
  8. A palm, when used as a unit of length, is usually four digits (fingers) or three inches, i.e. 7.62 cm (for the international inch).
  9. Palm handhelds are Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) which run the Palm OS. Palm devices have evolved from handhelds to smartphones which run Palm OS, WebOS, and Windows Mobile. ...
  10. Arecaceae or Palmae (also known by the name Palmaceae, which is considered taxonomically invalid, or by the common name palm tree), the palm family, is a family of flowering plants, the only family in the monocot order Arecales. ...
  11. The Palm is an American fine-dining steakhouse that opened in 1926. It is located in New York City at 837 Second Avenue.
  12. Any of various evergreen trees from the family Palmae or Arecaceae, which are mainly found in the tropics; To hold or conceal something in the palm of the hand, e. ...
  13. (Palms) For this section, I rather feel that I am teaching granny to suck eggs; however, for anybody new to this arena, or for any palm enthusiast who has been away from the planet for awhile, here are a few trusty titles.
  14. (PALMS) Symbol of victory, the palm was given to a winner in ancient sport.
  15. A term for the square or rectangular part of any flag that carries a schwenkel, or whose fly is divided into tongues (see also ‘indentation(s)’, ‘schwenkel’, ‘swallow-tail(ed)’, ‘swallow-tail and tongue’ and ‘tongue(s)’).
  16. A tool worn on the hand with a thimble shaped structure on it and used when sewing sails.
  17. An aerial display that resembles the large leaves hanging down from a palm tree. A palm shell that has a large tail going up will resemble the tree trunk and those are called Palm Trees.
  18. Any of the various models of personal digital assistants marketed by Palm, Inc.
  19. The Palm is a cheap and simple PDA, for which it exists a huge amount of software. There exists a number of different programming environments both free and commersial. CodeWarrior and Gnu are both for C. ...
  20. n. Read-Only Variable. Refers to whatever company currently owns the Palm brand.
  21. To hide something in your hand in such a way that your hand looks empty.
  22. Cheerleaders with great hands are known as palm-pom girls.
  23. This is any handheld that uses the Palm operating system.
  24. Palm was a hardware manufacturer which became well known for creating a very popular line of early smartphones and PalmOS; a very popular smartphone operating system which was eventually succeeded by webOS. In 2010 Hewlett Packard aquired Palm.
  25. A leather glove with a thimble built into the palm for sewing canvas