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Parcæ

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The Fates. The three were Clotho, Lachʹesis, and Atʹropos. (Latin mythology.) Parcæ is from pars, a lot; and the corresponding Moiræ is from meros, a lot. The Fates were so called because they decided the lot of every man.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Paradise Regained (in four books)
Paradise Shoots
Paradise of Fools
Paradise and the Peri
Parallel
Paramatta
Parapet
Paraphernalia
Parasite
Parc aux Cerfs [deer parks]
Parcæ
Parchment
Pardon Bell
Pardouneres Tale
Pari Passu
Parian Chronicle
Parian Verse
Parias or Pariahs
Paridel
Paris
Paris-Garden

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Parcæ