Associations to the word «Para»
PARÁ, proper noun. State in northern Brazil which has Belém as its capital.
PARA, noun. Formerly, a subunit of currency in several countries in the Ottoman/Turkish and Yugoslav regions.
PARA, noun. (medicine) A woman who has had a certain number of pregnancies, indicated by the number prepended to this word.
PARA, noun. A paragraph.
PARA, noun. A paratrooper.
PARA, adjective. (UK) (Australia) (slang) very drunk
PARÁ ARÁRA, proper noun. A language of Brazil.
PARÁ GRASS, noun. Urochloa mutica, an African grass used for fodder.
PARA GRASS, noun. A tall rather coarse grass (Panicum molle) grown in the tropics for pasturage, and introduced into the southern United States.
PARA GRASS, noun. A valuable pasture grass (Panicum barbinode) introduced into the Southern United States from Brazil.
PARA GRASS, noun. Urochloa mutica
PARA GRASS, noun. Piassava fiber.
PARÁ GRASSES, noun. Plural of Pará grass
PARÁ NUT, noun. (dated) brazil nut
PARA RED, noun. Paranitraniline red.
PARA REDS, noun. Plural of para red
PARÁ RUBBER TREE, noun. Hevea brasiliensis, the rubber tree.
PARA SKIING, noun. Alternative form of paraskiing
PARA, noun. (obstetrics) the number of liveborn children a woman has delivered; "the parity of the mother must be considered"; "a bipara is a woman who has given birth to two children".
PARA, noun. 100 para equal 1 dinar in Yugoslavia.
PARA, noun. A soldier in the paratroops.
PARA, noun. An estuary in northern Brazil into which the Tocantins River flows.
PARA, noun. Port city in northern Brazil in the Amazon delta; main port and commercial center for the Amazon River basin.
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