MEANING: noun:
1. Strong, dangerous winds.
2. An improvised lantern.
3. A country bumpkin.

ETYMOLOGY: After the Palouse region in northern Idaho and eastern Washington, named after the Palouse river. Earliest documented use: 1903.

PA, LOUDER! - Speak up, Dad, I can't hear you

PALE USER - drug addicts often don't get much sun

PAL OUSTER - they just deposed my buddy

PALO USHER - shows Stanford football patrons to their seats