[par-uh-sawl, -sol] /ˈpær əˌsɔl, -ˌsɒl/
a lightweight umbrella used, especially by women, as a sunshade.
an umbrella used for protection against the sun; sunshade
1610s, from Middle French parasol (1570s), from Italian parasole, literally “protection from the sun,” from para- “defense against” (see para- (2)) + sole “sun,” from Latin solem (nominative sol; see sol).
Parallel Systems Object Language.
An object-oriented language which supports network and parallel computing. It has modules and exceptions.
[“The Parasol Programming Language”, R. Jervis email@example.com, Dr Dobbs J, Oct 1993, pp. 34-41].
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noun 1. a common edible field mushroom, Macrolepiota (Lepiota) procera, having a light-brown, scaly cap. noun 1. any of several fungi of the basidiomycetous genus Lepiota, having an umbrella-shaped cap, white gills, and a slender brownish stem with a prominent white ring
noun 1. (def 1). 2. .
parasomnia par·a·som·ni·a (pār’ə-sŏm’nē-ə) n. Any of various sleep dysfunctions, such as somnambulism.