[pahr-nel, pahr-nl] /pɑrˈnɛl, ˈpɑr nl/
Charles Stewart, 1846–91, Irish political leader.
Charles Stewart. 1846–91, Irish nationalist, who led the Irish Home Rule movement in Parliament (1880–90) with a calculated policy of obstruction. Although Gladstone was converted to Home Rule (1886), Parnell’s career was ruined by the scandal over his adultery with Mrs O’Shea
in Irish history, 1881, adherent of the Irish Home Rule policy of Charles Stewart Parnell (1846-1891) + -ite (1).
- Parnell shout
noun 1. (NZ, informal) a social occasion where each person in a group pays for his or her own entertainment or meal
[pahr-nis] /ˈpɑr nɪs/ noun 1. Mollie (Mollie Parnis Livingston) 1905–1992, U.S. fashion designer.
[Sephardic Hebrew paw-raw-khet; Ashkenazic Hebrew puh-roh-khes] /Sephardic Hebrew pɔˈrɔ xɛt; Ashkenazic Hebrew pəˈroʊ xɛs/ noun, Hebrew. 1. . [Sephardic Hebrew paw-raw-khet; Ashkenazic Hebrew puh-roh-khes] /Sephardic Hebrew pɔˈrɔ xɛt; Ashkenazic Hebrew pəˈroʊ xɛs/ noun, Hebrew. 1. a richly embroidered curtain that hangs in front of the Holy Ark in a synagogue.
[puh-roh-kee-uh l] /pəˈroʊ ki əl/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or financially supported by one or more church parishes: parochial churches in Great Britain. 2. of or relating to parochial schools or the education they provide. 3. very limited or narrow in scope or outlook; provincial: parochial views; a parochial mentality. /pəˈrəʊkɪəl/ adjective 1. narrow […]