pal·​la·​di·​um | / pə-ˈlā-dē-əm How /

1 capitalized : a statue of Pallas whose preservation was believed to ensure the safety of Troy

2 plural palladia/ pə-​ˈlā-​dē-​ə How / : something that affords effectual protection or security : safeguard sense 2a … this political persecution being, somehow or other, the grand palladium of our liberties …— Washington Irving … lend authority to the view that the true palladium of every people is its language …— Ferdinand Schevill

: a silver-white ductile malleable metallic element that is used especially in electrical contacts, as a catalyst, and in alloys — see Chemical Elements Table

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