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Pali is a Middle Indo-Aryan language.
Pali may also refer to:
- Pāli Canon, a collection of early Canonical Buddhist scriptures
- Pali Atthakatha, Pali commentaries on the Pali Canon
- Pali Paracanonical texts (Theravada Buddhism), inspirational and devotional texts in Pali
- Pali Dome, a volcano in British Columbia, Canada
- Páli, a village in Hungary
- Pali, Haryana, a village in Rewari district of Haryana state
- Pali, Umaria, a town in Madhya Pradesh, India
- Pali, Karjat, a village in the Raigad district of Maharashtra
- Pali Village, an urban village in Bandra suburb of Mumbai
- Pali, Raigad, a town in Maharashtra, India
- Pali, a village in Thane district, Maharashtra
- Pali district, in Rajasthan, India
- Pali, Rajasthan, a town in Pali District, Rajasthan, India
- Pali, Hardoi, a town in Uttar Pradesh, India
- Pali, Lalitpur, a town in Uttar Pradesh, India
- Pali, Jaunpur, a village in Uttar Pradesh, India
- Pali Highway (Hawaii Route 61), a scenic highway in Hawaii
- Nu‘uanu Pali, a region on the Hawaiian island of Oʻahu
- Nā Pali Coast, an area on the northern coast of the Hawaiian island of Kauai
- Palo Alto, California is sometimes referred to as "Pali"
- Ballaleshwar Pali, a temple in Raigad district, in India
- Pali (singer), Juan Pablo Hernández Smith, Chilean singer
- Zoltan Pali, American architect based in Los Angeles, California
- Pali Blues, a United Soccer Leagues W-League club based in Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles
- Pali Blues (PDL), the United Soccer Leagues Premier Development League "brother" club of the team above
- Dr. Charles Pali, alter ego alias of pulp magazine character Jethro Dumont as The Green Lama
- Pali, the short name or nickname of Palisades Charter High School, a school in Los Angeles, California
- Neoliberal Party (PALI), a Nicaraguan political party
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