Definition of Parka. Meaning of Parka. Synonyms of Parka

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Definition of Parka

Parka
Parka Par"ka, Parkee Par"kee, n. [Russ. parka, parki, dim. of para a pair, fr. G. paar, L. par. Cf. Pair.] An outer garment made of the skins of birds or mammals, worn by Eskimos, etc.

Meaning of Parka from wikipedia

- A parka or anorak is a type of coat with a hood, often lined with fur or faux fur. The Caribou Inuit invented this kind of garment, originally made from...
- La Parka character, barring Tapia from using the name as he promoted his own version of the gimmick (AAA's new "La Parka" is widely known as La Parka II...
- professional wrestler, better known as La Parka (or La Parka II to distinguish him from the original La Parka) who worked for the Mexican professional...
- A parka is a type of coat. Parka may also refer to: Parka (plant), Silurian plant genus Parka (band), a German indie rock band The Reaper (2013 film)...
- working under the ring name Super Parka. Ibarra previously worked as Volador from 1990 until 1997 and as Super Parka ever since. Ibarra is the father of...
- around the Aleutians, refer to them as "parka" squirrels, most likely because their pelt is good for the ruff on parkas and for clothing. Subspecies listed...
- of the parka. Men's parkas were distinguished as well by the pattern but did not have the decoration detail of the women's parkas. Women's parkas in the...
- Center, Natick, M****achusetts. The first generation ECWCS consisted of parka and trousers plus 20 other individual clothing, handwear, headwear and footwear...
- Parka Posht or Parkaposht (Persian: پرکاپشت‎) may refer to: Parka Posht-e Mehdikhani Parka Posht-e Yavarzadeh...
- The Merton Parkas were a mod revival band, formed in the Merton area of South London in the mid-1970s, by Danny Talbot (vocals and guitar), his brother...
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