palatine

  1. any of various important officials in ancient Rome
  2. the most important of the Seven Hills of ancient Rome; supposedly the location of the first settlement and the site of many imperial palaces
  3. either of two irregularly shaped bones that form the back of the hard palate and helps to form the nasal cavity and the floor of the orbits
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Palatine

One of the hills of Rome.

Palatine

a pair of bones on the roof of the mouth.
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palatine

[adj] - of or relating to a count palatine and his royal prerogatives 2. [adj] - of or relating to a palace 3. [n] - any of various important officials in ancient Rome 4. [n] - (medieval) the lord of a palatinate who exercised sovereign powers over his lands 5. [n] - the most important of the Seven Hills of ancient Rome 6. [n...
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Palatine

One of the seven hills on which ancient Rome was built. According to tradition it was the site of the original settlement. It was the residence of many leading citizens under the Republic, and the...
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Palatine

Palatine: Anatomically, pertaining to the palate. For example, the palatine bone.
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Palatine

Pal'a·tine adjective [ French palatin , Latin palatinus , from palatium . See Palace , and confer Paladin .] Of or pertaining to a palace, or to a high officer of a palace; hence, possessing royal privileges. Count palatine , County palatine . ...
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Palatine

Pal'a·tine noun 1. One invested with royal privileges and rights within his domains; a count palatine. See Count palatine , under 4th Count . 2. The Palatine hill in Rome.
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Palatine

Pal'a·tine adjective [ From Palate.] (Anat.) Of or pertaining to the palate. Palatine bones (Anat.) , a pair of bones (often united in the adult) in the root of the mouth, back of and between the maxillaries.
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Palatine

Pal'a·tine noun (Anat.) A palatine bone.
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palatine

1. One invested with royal privileges and rights within his domains; a count palatine. See Count palatine, under 4th Count. ... 2. The Palatine hill in Rome. ... <anatomy> Of or pertaining to the palate. ... <anatomy> Palatine bones, a pair of bones (often united in the adult) in the root of the mouth, back of and between the maxillarie...
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palatine

adjective of or relating to a palace
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palatine

palatine bone noun either of two irregularly shaped bones that form the back of the hard palate and helps to form the nasal cavity and the floor of the orbits
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palatine

palsgrave noun (Middle Ages) the lord of a palatinate who exercised sovereign powers over his lands
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Palatine

noun the most important of the Seven Hills of Rome; supposedly the location of the first settlement and the site of many imperial palaces
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Palatine

• (n.) One invested with royal privileges and rights within his domains; a count palatine. See Count palatine, under 4th Count. • (n.) The Palatine hill in Rome. • (a.) Of or pertaining to a palace, or to a high officer of a palace; hence, possessing royal privileges. • (a.) Of or pertaining to the palate. • (n.) A palatine...
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palatine

any of diverse officials found in numerous countries of medieval and early modern Europe. Originally the term was applied to the chamberlains and ... [1 related articles]
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Palatine

village, Cook county, northeastern Illinois, U.S. Palatine is a suburb of Chicago, lying about 30 miles (50 km) northwest of the city. The community, ...
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palatine

Type: Term Pronunciation: pal′ă-tīn Synonyms: palatal
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Palatine

Palatine, hill: see Rome before Augustus and Roman Empire under Rome.
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Palatine

Palatine (păl'utīn) , village (1990 pop. 39,253), Cook co., NE Ill.; inc. 1869. Primarily residential, the growing village manufactures a variety of products, such as machine tools and industrial adhesives. William Rainey Harper College is in Palatine.
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palatine

(pal;ua-t1n) Pertaining to the palate.
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palatine

(pal;ua-t1n) Pertaining to the palate.
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Palatine

[disambiguation] A palatine was a high-level official attached to imperial or royal courts in Europe since Roman times. Palatine may also (or more specifically) refer to: ==In titles== ==In places== ==In biology== ==In entertainment and media== ==In transportation== ==In other uses== == See also == ...
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Palatine

[Metra station] ==History== The original Palatine train station was a Chicago and North Western Railway structure, located between Plum Grove Road and Bothwell Street north of the tracks until 1971 when a station with an attached strip mall and restaurant was built across Smith Street from the present station. Today`s station was built by D...
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