- park range,
- park ridge,
- park savanna,
- park, mungo,
- parker bowles,
- parker house roll
Origin of parka
Examples from the Web for parka
Entrance begins at a steep $20 per person, which covers the cost of gloves and a parka.
The parka, obviously once expensive, now showed wear at the elbows and rips at the cuffs.
They are gazing on with some measure of admiration as Havel speaks, wearing a parka, on the way from prison to the palace.John Avlon: Vaclav Havel's Heroic Politics of Truth and Responsibility|John Avlon|December 19, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Before the parka edge his close cropped hair seemed to rise, and his breath stopped midway in his lungs.
An hour passed and the boy was thankful he had thought to bring his parka.Connie Morgan in the Fur Country|James B. Hendryx
His eyes had become dull and heavy lidded, and his chin rested heavily upon the throat of his parka.Snowdrift|James B. Hendryx
The hood of the parka with its fur edged face opening cannot be excelled for head and neck protection.Touring Afoot|Claude Powell Fordyce
It is the best material of all for the parka, the long, full winter garment of the North.The Sky Line of Spruce|Edison Marshall
Word Origin for parka
1780, from Aleut parka, from Russian parka "a pelt or jacket made from pelt," from Samoyed.