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Noun

parvi

  1. A flock (large number of birds).
  2. A muster (flock of peafowl).
  3. A kettle (group of flying hawks).
  4. A swarm (large number of insects).
  5. A pail (company of wasps).
  6. A school (group of fish or marine mammals such as dolphins or whales)
  7. A pod (group of marine mammals).
  8. A gam (group of whales).
  9. A group, cluster.
  10. (astronomy) A cluster.
  11. A balcony, loft, gallery.

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Verb

parvi

  1. First-person singular past historic of parere.

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