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Parsley

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He has need now of nothing but a little parsleyi.e. he is dead. The Greeks decked tombs with parsley, because it keeps green a long time.

ζεισθαι σελινoν, he needs parsley; that is, he is dead, and should be strewed with parsley.

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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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Parmesan
Parnassos (Greek), Parnassus (Latin)
Parochial
Parody
Parole (French)
Parolles
Parr
Parricide
Parrot-coal
Parsees
Parsley
Parson
Parson Adams
Parson Bate
Parson Trulliber
Parsons (Walter)
Part
Part
Partant pour la Syrie
Parthenia
Parthenopē