partis

[ pahr-tis ]
/ ˈpɑr tɪs /

adjective

(in prescriptions) of a part.

Origin of partis

From Latin

Definition for partis (2 of 2)

parti
[ pahr-tee, pahr-tee ]
/ pɑrˈti, ˈpɑr ti /

noun Architecture.

the basic scheme or concept of an architectural design.

Origin of parti

1805–15; < French: task assigned, treatment, noun use of past participle of partir to part
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Examples from the Web for partis

  • He divided the Psalme in three partis, to wit, in a prayer: 2.

  • Was thair none amangis you, quho did foirsee quhat inconvenientis mycht insew his absence frome these partis?

  • He keeps trotting likely partis down here to dine and sleep—that's why you are here, I haven't a shadow of a doubt.

    Roden's Corner|Henry Seton Merriman
  • And the prince of partis attracted her no less compellingly.

    V. V.'s Eyes|Henry Sydnor Harrison