a.1.(Anat.) Palatal; palatine.
n.1.(Phon.) A palatal.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Thank goodness that, even in their palatic state, they are moving faster than the traffic.
If you've had a few too many "jars", "drinks", you might end up "palatic", meaning "very drunk" (from "paralytic"), in town - also known in Irish English as "The Pool".
Renton said they would all get "palatic" in the old man's house.
The process is followed with hydrolysis process to produce derivatives of fatty acid such as stearic, myristic, palatic or oleic with different carbon grades.
My own fault for taking a short cut through a swamp when I was palatic," was
Fest tarm she sees us is when a waltz in palatic with me fish an' chips an' 'er ladies' parmo.