Origin of parrel
Examples from the Web for parrel
I poot mine mout to a parrel of bier,Und emptied it oop mit a schwigs.The Book of Humorous Verse|Various
The Parrel is a movable band-rope, used to fasten the yard to its respective mast.
Spherical pieces of wood, termed bull's-eyes, having a hole through them, in which is inserted the rope of the parrel.The Sailor's Word-Book|William Henry Smyth
"I feel like my headt vas as pig as a parrel," answered Carl.Motor Matt's Daring Rescue|Stanley R. Matthews
Some of the men ran to let go the haulyards and lower the sail, but the parrel jammed and the yard would not come down.She|H. Rider Haggard