[pahr-muh-zahn, -zan, -zuh n; pahr-muh-zahn, -zan] /ˈpɑr məˌzɑn, -ˌzæn, -zən; ˌpɑr məˈzɑn, -ˈzæn/
of or from Parma, in northern Italy.
(sometimes lowercase). Also called Parmesan cheese. a hard, dry variety of Italian cheese made from skim milk, usually grated and sprinkled over pasta dishes and soups.
of or relating to Parma or its inhabitants
a native or inhabitant of Parma
type of dry, hard cheese, 1550s, from Italian Parmegiano “of Parma,” from Parma, city in northern Italy, one of the places where the cheese is made. Full form parmeson chese is recorded from 1510s. The place name ultimately is Etruscan.
[pahr-muh-zhah-nuh, -zhahn; Italian pahr-mee-jah-nah] /ˌpɑr məˈʒɑ nə, -ˈʒɑn; Italian ˌpɑr miˈdʒɑ nɑ/ adjective, Italian Cookery. 1. cooked with Parmesan cheese: veal parmigiana; eggplant parmigiana.
[pahr-mi-juh-nee-noh; Italian pahr-mee-jah-nee-naw] /ˌpɑr mɪ dʒəˈni noʊ; Italian ˌpɑr mi dʒɑˈni nɔ/ noun 1. (Girolamo Francesco Maria Mazzola) 1503–40, Italian painter. /Italian parmidʒaˈnino/ noun 1. real name Girolamo Francesco Maria Mazzola. 1503–40, Italian painter, one of the originators of mannerism Also Parmigiano (parmiˈdʒano)
noun a premium aged hard dry cow’s-milk cheese; also called Genuine Parmesan , Parmigiano Word Origin produced in the areas of Reggio Emilia, Bologna, Mantova, Modena, or Parma Usage Note cooking
[pahr-nah-ee-bah] /ˌpɑr nɑˈi bɑ/ noun 1. a seaport in NE Brazil. 2. a river in NE Brazil, flowing NE to the Atlantic. 900 miles (1450 km) long. /Portuguese parnaˈiba/ noun 1. a river in NE Brazil, rising in the Serra das Mangabeiras and flowing generally northeast, to the Atlantic. Length: about 1450 km (900 miles)