[pahr-flesh, pahr-flesh] /ˈpɑr flɛʃ, pɑrˈflɛʃ/
a rawhide that has been dried after having been soaked in a solution of lye and water to remove the hair.
an article or object, as a case, pouch, etc., made of such rawhide.
noun (US & Canadian)
a sheet of rawhide that has been dried after soaking in lye and water to remove the hair
an object, such as a case, made of this
[pahr-foh-kuh l] /pɑrˈfoʊ kəl/ adjective, Optics. 1. of or relating to different eyepieces (of telescopes or microscopes) that all focus their images in the same plane, so that they can be interchanged without readjusting the instrument.
[par-fœn] /parˈfœ̃/ noun, French. 1. . noun perfume, scent Word Origin French ‘perfume’ or ‘flavor’
[pahr-guh-sahyt] /ˈpɑr gəˌsaɪt/ noun, Mineralogy. 1. a green or bluegreen variety of hornblende.
[pahr-jit] /ˈpɑr dʒɪt/ noun 1. any of various plasters or roughcasts for covering walls or other surfaces, especially a mortar of lime, hair, and cow dung for lining chimney flues. 2. . 3. (defs 2, 3). verb (used with object), pargeted, pargeting or (especially British) pargetted, pargetting. 4. to cover or decorate with parget or […]