Parca

Parca

[pahr-kuh] .
noun
1.
an ancient Roman goddess of childbirth and destiny. Compare Parcae.
2.
any one of the Parcae.
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Parcae

[pahr-see, -kahy]
plural noun, singular Parca [pahr-kuh] .
the three Fates of ancient Rome, developed out of the goddess Parca by identification with the Moerae of greek mythology.
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Parcae (ˈpɑːsiː)
 
pl n , sing Parca
the Parcae Greek counterparts: the Moirai the Roman goddesses of fate

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PARCA
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