Parsha



/ˈpɑːʃə; Yiddish ˈparʃə/
noun
1.
the Yiddish word for Parashah

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    [pahr-suh-fuh l, -fahl] /ˈpɑr sə fəl, -ˌfɑl/ noun 1. (italics) a music drama by Richard Wagner: composed 1877–82; première 1882. 2. Teutonic Legend. (def 1). /ˈpɑːsɪfəl; -ˌfɑːl/ noun 1. (German myth) the hero of a medieval cycle of legends about the Holy Grail English eqivalent Percival

  • Parsimonious

    [pahr-suh-moh-nee-uh s] /ˌpɑr səˈmoʊ ni əs/ adjective 1. characterized by or showing ; frugal or stingy. adj. 1590s, from Latin parsimonia “frugality, thrift” (see parsimony) + -ous. Not originally with the suggestion of stinginess. Related: Parsimoniously; parsimoniousness.



  • Parsimoniously

    [pahr-suh-moh-nee-uh s] /ˌpɑr səˈmoʊ ni əs/ adjective 1. characterized by or showing ; frugal or stingy. adj. 1590s, from Latin parsimonia “frugality, thrift” (see parsimony) + -ous. Not originally with the suggestion of stinginess. Related: Parsimoniously; parsimoniousness.

  • Parsimony

    [pahr-suh-moh-nee] /ˈpɑr səˌmoʊ ni/ noun 1. extreme or excessive economy or frugality; stinginess; niggardliness. /ˈpɑːsɪmənɪ/ noun 1. extreme care or reluctance in spending; frugality; niggardliness n. early 15c., from Latin parsimonia “sparingness, frugality, thrift,” from pars-, past participle stem of parsi, perfect tense of parcere “to spare, save, refrain from, use moderately” (which is said […]



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