301 is Palaic and seems to belong to CTH 751 "la parole des pains"; line 2': The royal title [t]abarnas always appears in Palaic with initial t; cf.
What does Pal stand for?
Pal stands for Palaic (linguistics)
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- Parents and Kids Together (UK)
- Pan American Karate Union (est. 1973)
- Pomorska Akademia Ksztalcenia Zawodowego (Polish: Pomorska Academy of Vocational Training)
- Pacific Area Lightering (shipping zone; California coast)
- Pack a Lip
- Paducah and Louisville Railway
- Paid Absence Leave
- Paid Annual Leave (employment)
- Paladin (Everquest)
- Palaeo Chart (energy exploration)
- Pan American Laboratories, Inc. (pharmaceutical company)
- Pan-American Life (life insurance; various locations)
- Panzerabwehr Lenkwaffe (Anti Tank Missile)
- Paradox Application Language
- Parcel Air Lift
- Parcel Airlift Service (USPS)
- Parent/Professional Advocacy League (Massachusetts, USA)
- Parents Are Listening
- Parents of Addicted Loved-Ones (various locations)
- Parochial Athletic League (various locations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Needless to say, languages having relatively meager attestation are disposed of quickly, including Carian, Canaanite, Palaic, Lydian, Lycian, Luwian, and Phrygian, all of which are treated in twelve pages or less.
19-21 are fragments of a ritual for the Palaic god Ziparwa, with very interesting syntax, including two instances of clause-internal "local" particles attached to locatives (-ssan 19 i 19' and -kan 19 iv 8).