Pardale

Par"dale

(pr"dl), n. [L. pardalis, Gr. pa`rdalis. Cf. Pard.] (Zol.) A leopard. [Obs.] Spenser.
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{

Par*de"

(?),

Par*die"

(?) }, adv. interj. [F. pardi, for par Dieu by God.] Certainly; surely; truly; verily; -- originally an oath.
[Written also pardee, pardieux, perdie, etc.]
[Obs.]
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He was, parde, an old fellow of yours.
Chaucer.
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