(păl′mə-rē, päl′-, pä′mə-)
Of first-rate importance; principal; excellent: a palmary truth.

[Latin palmārius, decorated with the palm of victory, from palma, palm; see palm2.]
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(ˈpælmərɪ) or


rare worthy of praise
[C17: from Latin palmārius relating to the palm of victory; see palm2]
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(ˈpæl mə ri, ˈpɑl-, ˈpɑ mə-)

[1650–60; < Latin]
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