[pahr-see, pahr-see] /ˈpɑr si, pɑrˈsi/
an Indian Zoroastrian descended from Persian Zoroastrians who went to India in the 7th and 8th centuries to escape Muslim persecution.
the Middle Persian dialect of the Parsee scriptures.
an adherent of a monotheistic religion of Zoroastrian origin, the practitioners of which were driven out of Persia by the Muslims in the eighth century ad. It is now found chiefly in western India
of or relating to the Parsees or their religion
1610s, descendant of Zoroastrians who fled to India 7c.-8c. after Muslim conquest of Persia, from Old Persian parsi “Persian” (see Persian). In Middle English, Parsees meant “Persians.”
[par-see-iz-uh m, pahr-see-iz-uh m] /ˈpær siˌɪz əm, pɑrˈsi ɪz əm/ noun 1. the religion and customs of the .
[pahrs, pahrz] /pɑrs, pɑrz/ verb (used with object), parsed, parsing. 1. to analyze (a sentence) in terms of grammatical constituents, identifying the parts of speech, syntactic relations, etc. 2. to describe (a word in a sentence) grammatically, identifying the part of speech, inflectional form, syntactic function, etc. 3. to analyze (something, as a speech or […]
- Parser generator
A program which takes a formal description of a grammar (e.g. in BNF) and outputs source code for a parser which will recognise valid strings obeying that grammar and perform associated actions. Unix’s yacc is a well known example.
- Pars granulosa
pars granulosa pars gran·u·lo·sa (grān’yə-lō’sə) n. The granular and filamentous part of the nucleolonema.