In the fourth century of our ra we find this word made plural, and even feminine, and used as the equivalent of parc.
I spent a memorable day with Miss Sharp in the parc yesterday.
And then—oh, Nemesis, parc, and all unkind heathen deities whatsoever!
He it was who decorated the two great salons of the "parc" Abbey.
By the by, Alphonse, you were living in a big house in the parc Monceaux half a dozen years ago?
We have been to the parc de Blossac and up and down a number of the streets.
He stopped the car a little before the parc de Villeneuve, at the turn of the lane that led to the school.
Adolphe, take us to the parc des Landes by a roundabout road.
Thanks, monsieur; but we don't accept dinners; besides, we are to meet someone at parc Saint-Fargeau.
She walked up the rue de Prony and crossed the parc Monceau.