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English

Etymology 1

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Noun

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Singular
para

Plural
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  1. Formerly, one-hundredth of a dinar in Yugoslavia and, later, in the constituent states of that country.

Etymology 2

The second part of words such as primipara and multipara

Noun

Singular
para

Plural
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  1. (medicine) A woman who has had a certain number of pregnancies, indicated by the number prepended to this word.
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Etymology 3

Shortened from paragraph

Noun

Singular
para

Plural
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  1. Short form of paragraph.

Etymology 4

Shortened from paratrooper

Noun

Singular
para

Plural
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  1. Short form of paratrooper.

Albanian

Preposition

para

  1. before

Bosnian

Etymology 1

Noun

para f (plural pare)

  1. steam
  2. vapor

Etymology 2

From Turkish para < Persian پاره (pāre).

Noun

para f (plural pare)

  1. money

Crimean Tatar

Noun

para

  1. cash, money.

Declension

Synonyms


Croatian

Noun

para f (plural pare)

  1. steam

Declension


Finnish

(index pa)

Noun

para

  1. (witchcraft) A being created to bring milk or butter to its creator.

Derived terms


French

Verb

para

  1. Third-person singular past historic of parer.

Guaraní

Noun

para

  1. sea

Hungarian

Noun

para

  1. cork

Indonesian

Adverb

para

  1. some (when talking about people)

Italian

Verb

para

  1. Third-person singular present tense of parare.
  2. Second-person singular imperative of parare.

Lithuanian

Noun

para

  1. 24 hours (day)
    Aš manau kad užtruks apie vieną parą. — I think it will take about 24 hours.

Polish

Pronunciation

Noun

para f. [[Category:Template:lang:pl nouns|para]]

  1. steam
  2. couple
  3. pair

Declension

Singular Plural
Nominative para pary
Genitive pary par
Dative parze parom
Accusative parę pary
Instrumental parą parami
Locative parze parach
Vocative paro pary

Portuguese

Preposition

para

  1. for (towards)

Verb

para

  1. Third person singular indicative of parar.
  2. First and third person singular subjunctive of parir.

Quechua

Noun

para

  1. rain

Serbian

Etymology 1

Noun

para f. (plural pare) (Cyrillic spelling пара)

  1. steam
  2. vapor

Etymology 2

From Turkish para < Persian پاره (pāre).

Noun

para f. (plural pare) (Cyrillic spelling пара)

  1. money

Spanish

Etymology

A corruption of the older form pora (a combination of por and a), influenced by the archaic preposition par. [1]

Preposition

para

  1. for

Synonyms

See also

Verb

para

  1. Third person singular indicative of parar.
  2. First and third person singular subjunctive of parir.

Turkish

Etymology

From Persian پاره (pāre).

Noun

para

  1. money

Declension

singular plural
nominative para paralar
accusative parayı paraları
dative paraya paralara
locative parada paralarda
ablative paradan paralardan
genitive paranın paraların

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