or Pall Mall (London). From the Latin pellere mallco (to strike with a mallet or bat; so called because it was where the ancient game of pell-mall used to be played. Cotgrave says: ?Pale? (Encyclopedia) Pall Mall p?l m?l, p?l m?l, street in the City of Westminster borough, London, England. It is the main thoroughfare of St. James's district. St. James's Palace, Marlborough? (Encyclopedia) mall: see shopping center. (Encyclopedia) Edina ?d?n?, town (1990 pop. 46,070), Hennepin co., E Minn., a residential suburb of Minneapolis. Electronic and leather products, signs, and microwave foods are manufactured. Edina? (A). A harvest feast (North of England). A mal is a feast, our word meal (Anglo-Saxon, ml). Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer, 1894MallowsMall A B C D E F G? A game in which a palle or iron ball is struck through an iron ring with a mall or mallet Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer, 1894PallacePall-bearers A B C D E? Louis MalledirectorBorn: 10/30/1932Birthplace: Thumeries, France Film director best known in the United States for Atlantic City (1980) and My Dinner With Andre (1981). He was first associated with? (Encyclopedia) National Mall: see National Parks and Monuments (table). (Encyclopedia) Monroeville, borough (1990 pop. 29,169), Allegheny co., SW Pa., a suburb of Pittsburgh; settled 1810, inc. 1952. It is primarily residential, with a major shopping mall. Monroeville? (Encyclopedia) Saint Ann, city (1990 pop. 14,489), St. Louis co., E Mo., a NW suburb of St. Louis; inc. 1948. It is primarily residential, with a major shopping mall. Lambert?St. Louis International?