A parhelion is a meteor in form of a bright light, appearing on one side of the sun.
Once or twice he saw a fourth parhelion, directly under the sun; but this is not common.
I do not always know him in these cases as my own parhelion.
At each point of contact occurs a parhelion which is a mock sun of brilliant colors and called a sun-dog.
The dictionaries and cyclopedias of our careful publishers call the appearance of two or more suns (or moons) a parhelion.
A parhelion or mock sun observed near Marienburg in western Prussia.
In that year a parhelion appeared undistinguishable by the naked eye from the real sun.
Sometimes during the summer we see the parhelion, a similar phenomenon of the sun.
A white spot appearing at times in the parhelic circle. White parhelia are believed to form from light that is reflected off of atmospheric ice crystals; colored parhelia are believed to form from light that is refracted by atmospheric ice crystals. Multiple parhelia can often be seen simultaneously. Compare anthelion.