The dearest events are summer-rain, and we the Para coats that shed every drop.Further reading edit Swedish edit Etymology edit From par -a.To signal a driver to stop in order for one to alight a vehicle Preposition edit para for Crimean Tatar edit Etymology edit From Ottoman Turkish (pare, para from Persian (pâre).

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Noun edit para ( plural paras ) ( medicine ) A woman who has had a certain number of pregnancies, indicated by the number prepended to this word.Pronunciation edit, noun edit para ( plural paras ) ( historical ) A former subunit of currency in several countries in the Ottoman/Turkish and Yugoslav regions.A woman's status regarding the bearing of viable offspring: usually followed by a Roman numeral designating the number of times the woman has given birth.

Synonyms edit Turkish edit Etymology edit From Ottoman Turkish (pare, para from Persian (pâre from Middle Persian Term?This window opens into a long valley.4) denoting an isomer, polymer, or compound related to a specified compoundparaldehyde; paracasein denoting the form of a diatomic substance in which the spins of the two constituent atoms are antiparallelparahydrogen Compare ortho- (def.