[par-uh-nah; Portuguese pah-rah-nah] /ˌpær əˈnɑ; Portuguese ˌpɑ rɑˈnɑ/
a river in central South America, flowing from S Brazil along the SE boundary of Paraguay and through E Argentina into the Río de la Plata. 2050 miles (3300 km) long.
a city in E Argentina, on the Paraná River: the capital of Argentina 1852–61.
(parəˈna). a state of S Brazil, on the Atlantic: consists of a coastal plain and a large rolling plateau with extensive forests. Capital: Curitiba. Pop: 9 798 006 (2002). Area: 199 555 sq km (77 048 sq miles)
(paraˈna). a city in E Argentina, on the Paraná River opposite Santa Fe: capital of Argentina (1853–1862). Pop: 305 000 (2005 est)
(Portuguese) (parəˈna; Spanish) (paraˈna). a river in central South America, formed in S Brazil by the confluence of the Rio Grande and the Paranaíba River and flowing generally south to the Atlantic through the Río de la Plata estuary. Length: 2900 km (1800 miles)
[pah-rah-nah-gwah] /ˌpɑ rɑ nɑˈgwɑ/ noun 1. a seaport in S Brazil.
[par-uh-nuh-ee-buh, pahr-] /ˌpær ə nəˈi bə, ˌpɑr-/ noun 1. a river in W Minas Gerais, S central Brazil, flowing W and joining the Rio Grande to form the Paraná River. 500 miles (805 km) long.
[par-uh nyah-key, -kee; Spanish pah-rahnyah-ke] /ˌpærˈənyɑ keɪ, -ki; Spanish ˌpɑˈrɑnyɑ kɛ/ noun 1. a city on Luzon, in the N Philippines, on the S of Manila Bay.
[par-uh-ney-zuh l] /ˌpær əˈneɪ zəl/ adjective, Anatomy. 1. situated near the cavities.