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pal·mier

 (päl-myā′)
n.
A flaky, multilayered puff pastry shaped like a palm leaf that is sprinkled with sugar and baked until the sugar is caramelized. Also called elephant ear.

[French, palm tree, palmier, from palme, palm leaf, from Old French, from Latin palma, palm tree, palm of the hand; see pelə- in Indo-European roots.]
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