paramimia par·a·mim·i·a (pār’ə-mĭm’ē-ə)
The use of inappropriate or incorrect gestures in speaking.
[pah-ruhm-i-tuh] /pɑˈrʌm ɪ tə/ noun, Buddhism. 1. any of the practices prescribed for one aspiring to nirvana.
An extension of Standard ML which supports coarse-grained parallelism. Peter Bailey, while at the Edinburgh Parallel Computing Centre at University of Edinburgh, has implemented of Murray Cole’s original four skeletons in paraML. See also Skel-ML.
[par-am-nee-zhuh] /ˌpær æmˈni ʒə/ noun 1. Psychiatry. a distortion of memory in which fact and fantasy are confused. 2. the inability to recall the correct meaning of a word. /ˌpæræmˈniːzɪə/ noun 1. (psychiatry) a disorder of the memory or the faculty of recognition in which dreams may be confused with reality paramnesia par·am·ne·sia (pār’ām-nē’zhə) n. […]
[par-uh-moh, pahr-uh-] /ˈpær əˌmoʊ, ˈpɑr ə-/ noun, plural paramos. 1. a high, cold plateau of South America. /ˈpærəˌməʊ/ noun (pl) -mos 1. a high plateau in the Andes between the tree line and the permanent snow line