From Middle English pale, from Old French pale, from Latin pallidus ("pale, pallid"). pallid.
From Middle English pale, pal, borrowed from Old French pal, from Latin pālus ("stake, prop"). English inherited the word pole (or, rather Old English pāl) from a much older Proto-Germanic borrowing of the same Latin word.
peel, and pole.
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