[pahr-uh-shah, pahr-shuh; Sephardic Hebrew pah-rah-shah; Ashkenazic Hebrew pahr-shuh] /ˈpɑr əˌʃɑ, ˈpɑr ʃə; Sephardic Hebrew pɑ rɑˈʃɑ; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈpɑr ʃə/
noun, plural Parashoth, Parashot
[Sephardic Hebrew pah-rah-shawt] /Sephardic Hebrew pɑ rɑˈʃɔt/ (Show IPA), Parashioth, Parashiot
[Sephardic Hebrew pah-rah-shee-awt] /Sephardic Hebrew pɑ rɑ ʃiˈɔt/ (Show IPA). English, Ashkenazic Hebrew, Parashahs
[pahr-uh-shahz, pahr-shuh z; Ashkenazic Hebrew pahr-shuh z] /ˈpɑr əˌʃɑz, ˈpɑr ʃəz; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈpɑr ʃəz/ (Show IPA). Judaism.
a portion of the Torah chanted or read each week in the synagogue on the Sabbath.
a selection from such a portion, chanted or read in the synagogue on Mondays, Thursdays, and holy days.
/ˈpærəˌʃɑː; Hebrew paraˈʃa/
noun (Judaism) (pl) -shoth (-ˌʃəʊt; Hebrew) (-ˈʃɔt)
any of the sections of the Torah read in the synagogue
any of the subsections of the weekly lessons read on Sabbaths in the synagogue
[par-uh-shoo-rah-muh] /ˌpær ə ʃʊˈrɑ mə/ noun, Hindu Mythology. 1. a Rama and avatar of Vishnu who rid the earth of Kshatriyas.
parasinoidal par·a·si·noi·dal (pār’ə-sī-noid’l) adj. Near a sinus, especially a cerebral sinus.
- Parasinoidal sinus
parasinoidal sinus n. Any of the lateral expansions of the superior sagittal sinus of the dura mater.
[par-uh-sahyt] /ˈpær əˌsaɪt/ noun 1. an organism that lives on or in an organism of another species, known as the host, from the body of which it obtains nutriment. 2. a person who receives support, advantage, or the like, from another or others without giving any useful or proper return, as one who lives on […]