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Parcae

[ pahr-see, -kahy ]
/ ˈpɑr si, -kaɪ /
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plural noun, singular Par·ca [pahr-kuh]. /ˈpɑr kə/.
the three Fates of ancient Rome, developed out of the goddess Parca by identification with the Moerae of Greek mythology.
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Parcae
/ (ˈpɑːsiː) /

pl n singular Parca (ˈpɑːkə)
the Parcae the Roman goddesses of fateGreek counterparts: the Moirai
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