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masc. proper name, the Biblical name of the apostle to the Gentiles, from Latin), a Roman surname of the Aemilian gens, literally small, from PIE, suffixed form of root*pau-(1) few, little. Other forms include Old Frenchas a name for a very inquisitive person is by 1820. Related:

Proto-Indo-European root meaning few, little.

It forms all or part of:catchpollencyclopediafillyfoalfewhypnopediaimpoverishorthopedicPaedophryneparaffinparvi-parvoviruspaucityPaulpauperpedagoguepederastypedo-pedophiliapocopoltroonponypool(n.2) game similar to billiards;poorpoultererpoultrypovertypuericulturepuerilepuerilitypuerperalpulletpullulatePunchPunchinellopupapupil(n.1) student;pupil(n.2) center of the eye;puppetpusillanimousputti.

It is the hypothetical source of/evidence for its existence is provided by: Sanskritpotaha young animal,putrahson; Avestanputhra-son, child; Greekpaurosfew, little,pais(genitivepaidos) child,plosfoal; Latinpaucusfew, little,paulluslittle,parvuslittle, small,pauperpoor,puerchild, boy,pullusyoung animal; Oscanpukluchild; Old Englishfeawenot many, a small number,folayoung horse; Old Norsefyljayoung female horse; Old Church Slavonicputabird; Lithuanianputytisyoung animal, young bird; Albanianpelemare.

pertaining to the apostle Paul or his doctrines, 1817, from LatinPaulinus, fromPaulus(seePaul).Paulinesas the name of an order of friars is from late 14c.

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