1、pall- + -or.
- pallor (n.)
- c. 1400, from Old French palor "paleness, whiteness" (12c.) and directly from Latin pallor, from pallere "be pale, turn pale," related to pallus "dark-colored, dusky," from PIE root *pel- (2) "pale; gray" (cognates: Sanskrit palitah "gray," panduh "whitish, pale;" Greek pelios "livid, dark," polios "gray;" Old English fealo "dull-colored, yellow, brown;" Welsh llwyd "gray").
- 1. My face had a greenish pallor.
- 2. Her cheeks had an unhealthy pallor.
- 3. He had a sickly green pallor.
- 4. The deathly pallor of her skin had been replaced by the faintest flush of color.
- 5. " Clouds darken with darkness of rain, Streams pale with pallor of mist . "
- 云青青兮欲雨, 水澹 澹 兮生烟.
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