Definition of Parisian. Meaning of Parisian. Synonyms of Parisian

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Definition of Parisian

Parisian
Parisian Pa*ri"sian, n. [Cf. F. parisen.] A native or inhabitant of Paris, the capital of France.
Parisian
Parisian Pa*ri"sian, a. Of or pertaining to Paris.

Meaning of Parisian from wikipedia

- Parisian may refer to: a native or inhabitant of Paris Standard French, based on the dialect of Paris Parisian (department store chain), a department store...
- Europe. The Musée Rodin and Musée Pic****o exhibit the works of two noted Parisians. The historical district along the Seine in the city centre is cl****ified...
- earth filled with centuries of Parisian dead, plus the remains from the Hôtel-Dieu hospital and the Morgue; other Parisian parishes had their own burial...
- Parisian cafés serve as a center of social and culinary life in Paris. They have existed since the 17th century, and serve as the meeting place, neighborhood...
- The Parisian Macao (Chinese: 澳門巴黎人) is a luxury hotel in Cotai, Macau, China owned by Las Vegas Sands, which has a half-scale Eiffel Tower as one its landmarks...
- The Parisian Woman is a 2013 play by Beau Willimon. It premiered at the South Coast Repertory in April 2013 and centers on Chloe, a socialite armed with...
- The Parisian Life, also known as Interior d'un Cafi (also spelled Interior d’Un Café, literally meaning "Inside a Café"), is an 1892 oil on canvas impressionist...
- "Parisian Thoroughfare," also known as "Parisienne Thorofare," is a jazz standard composed by pianist Bud Powell. It was first recorded by Powell in February...
- Parisian Inc. (/pɑːrɪsˈiɛn/, par-is-EE-en) was an American chain of department stores founded and headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama. Competing mainly...
- In the history of art, Parisian Atticism is a movement in French painting from 1640 to 1660, when painters working in Paris elaborated a rigorous neo-cl****ical...
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