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Ancient Greek

Etymology

From (parabáll?, "to set side by side") +‎ -? (-?).

Pronunciation

 

Noun

o (parabol?f (genitive ); first declension

  1. a placing of two things side by side, juxtaposition
  2. comparison, illustration, analogy
  3. parable, proverb
  4. side by side meeting or engagement, broadside
  5. venture
  6. (astronomy) conjunction
  7. (mathematics) division
  8. (geometry) parabola

Declension

Descendants

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Greek

Etymology

Inherited from Ancient Greek (parabol?).

Noun

o (paravolíf (plural )

  1. (mathematics, geometry) parabola
  2. (literature, religion) parable
  3. comparison

Declension

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