parc

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Noun[edit]

parc (plural parcs)

  1. Alternative form of park (partially enclosed basin in which oysters are grown)

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle French parc, from Old French parc, from Medieval Latin parcus, parricus, from Frankish *parrik (enclosure, fenced-in area), from Proto-Germanic *parrukaz (fence).

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parc m (plural parcs)

  1. park

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle French parc, from Old French parc, from Medieval Latin parcus, parricus (enclosure), from Frankish *parrik (enclosure, fenced-in area), from Proto-Germanic *parrukaz (fence). Akin to Old High German pfarrih "fencing, enclosure" (German Pferch "sheepfold"), Dutch perk, park "garden, park", Old English pearruc (enclosure). More at paddock.

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parc m (plural parcs)

  1. park
  2. playpen (for children)
  3. pen (for animals)
  4. (total) number; stock (de (of))

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Middle French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old French parc.

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parc m (plural parcs)

  1. enclosure (enclosed area)
    • 1600, Olivier de Serres, Bonafous, Balbis, Tissot, Le Theatre d'Agriculture et Mesnage des champs d'Olivier de Serres Seigneur du Pradel, page 322
      compose-on le parc selon l'usage des lieux
      we make up the enclosure depending on the circumstances of the place

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Old French[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Medieval Latin parricus (enclosure), from Frankish *parrik (enclosure, fenced-in area), from Proto-Germanic *parrukaz (fence).

Noun[edit]

parc m (oblique plural pars, nominative singular pars, nominative plural parc)

  1. enclosed area, often fenced off, often in a clearing

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Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From French parc.

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parc n (plural parcuri)

  1. park; garden; terrace

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