Parks

[ pahrks ]
/ pɑrks /
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noun

Gordon (Alexander Buchanan),1912–2006, U.S. photojournalist and film director.
RosaRosa Louise McCauley, 1913–2006, U.S. civil rights leader.

Definition for parks (2 of 2)

park

[ pahrk ]
/ pɑrk /

noun

verb (used with object)

verb (used without object)

to park a car, bicycle, etc.
Informal. to engage in kissing and caressing in a parked car.

Origin of park

1225–75; Middle English (noun) < Old French parc enclosure < Late Latin *parricus < West Germanic *parruk (see paddock1)
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British Dictionary definitions for parks (1 of 2)

Park

/ (pɑːk) /

noun

Mungo (ˈmʌŋɡəʊ). 1771–1806, Scottish explorer. He led two expeditions (1795–97; 1805–06) to trace the course of the Niger in Africa. He was drowned during the second expedition
Nick, full name Nicholas Wulstan Park. born 1958, British animator and film director; his films include A Grand Day Out (1992), which introduced the characters Wallace and Gromit, and the feature-length Chicken Run (2000)
Chung Hee. (ˈtʃʊŋ ˈhiː). 1917–79, South Korean politician; president of the Republic of Korea (1963–79); assassinated

British Dictionary definitions for parks (2 of 2)

park

/ (pɑːk) /

noun

verb

Derived Formsparklike, adjective

Word Origin for park

C13: from Old French parc, from Medieval Latin parricus enclosure, from Germanic; compare Old High German pfarrih pen, Old English pearruc paddock 1
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