[par-ing-tuh n] /ˈpær ɪŋ tən/
Vernon Louis, 1871–1929, U.S. literary historian and critic.
[pahr-men-tyey; French par-mahn-tyey] /ˌpɑr mɛnˈtyeɪ; French par mɑ̃ˈtyeɪ/ adjective, (sometimes lowercase) 1. (of food) prepared or served with potatoes: potage Parmentier. /ˈpɑːmənˌtjeɪ; French parmɑ̃tje/ adjective 1. (of soups, etc) containing or garnished with potatoes
[pahr-men-i-deez] /pɑrˈmɛn ɪˌdiz/ noun 1. flourished c450 b.c, Greek Eleatic philosopher. /pɑːˈmɛnɪˌdiːz/ noun 1. 5th century bc, Greek Eleatic philosopher, born in Italy. He held that the universe is single and unchanging and denied the existence of change and motion. His doctrines are expounded in his poem On Nature, of which only fragments are extant
[par-uh-ket] /ˈpær əˌkɛt/ noun 1. .
[par-uh-keet] /ˈpær əˌkit/ noun 1. any of numerous small, slender parrots, usually having a long, pointed, graduated tail, often kept as pets and noted for the ability to mimic speech: several species are endangered. [par-uh-ket] /ˈpær əˌkɛt/ noun 1. . /ˈpærəˌkiːt/ noun 1. any of numerous small usually brightly coloured long-tailed parrots, such as Psittacula […]