[par-uh n-thet-ik] /ˌpær ənˈθɛt ɪk/
of, pertaining to, noting, or of the nature of a :
several unnecessary parenthetic remarks.
characterized by the use of .
[pair-uh nt-hoo d, par-] /ˈpɛər əntˌhʊd, ˈpær-/ noun 1. the state, position, or relation of a . n. 1856, from parent (n.) + -hood.
[puh-ren-tuh-sahyd] /pəˈrɛn təˌsaɪd/ noun 1. a person who kills one or both of his or her . 2. the act of killing one’s or . noun the killing of a parent; one who kills a parent Word Origin Latin parens ‘parent’
[pair-uh n-ting, par-] /ˈpɛər ən tɪŋ, ˈpær-/ noun 1. the rearing of children: The schedule allows her very little time for parenting. 2. the methods, techniques, etc., used or required in the rearing of children: a course in parenting. 3. the state of being a ; parenthood. adjective 4. of or concerned with the rearing […]
[pair-uh nt-in-law, par-] /ˈpɛər ənt ɪnˌlɔ, ˈpær-/ noun, plural parents-in-law. 1. the father or mother of one’s wife or husband.