- n. Plural form of pala.
- n. East Indian tree bearing a profusion of intense vermilion velvet-textured blooms and yielding a yellow dye
“Jahanara and Najabat used a plain wood puck, fashioned out of palas or kinshuk wood, a dense and thick hardwood that burned slowly.”
“Qualquer dia somos como os burros que caminham com palas (sem ofender o animal).”
“(M.H.G. “palas”, Lat. “palatium”) is a large building standing alone and largely used as a reception hall.”
“If the powder of the seed of the shvadaushtra plant and the flower of barley are mixed together in equal parts, and a portion of it, i.e. two palas in weight, is eaten every morning on getting up, it has the same effect as the preceding recipe.”
“To control helminths in livestock farmers use palas”
“Using as thread the roots of the ubiquitous _palas_”
“Next day he went out to look at his traps, but found that he had caught, not a wild chicken, but a big lizard (palas ) with pretty figured patterns on its back.”
“When he [who suffers the ordeal] has thus spoken, let a smooth red hot iron ball, of fifty _palas_ weight, be placed upon both his hands.”
“By the action of fire, gold is not lessened in quantity: one hundred _palas_  of silver thereby lose two _palas_; of tin, one hundred _palas_ lose eight; lead and copper, out of one hundred”
“One hundred _palas_ of wool or cotton when worked  are increased by ten _palas_; if the thread be of middling fineness, the increase is five _palas_; if very fine, three _palas.”
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