parr

[pahr]
noun, plural parrs (especially collectively) parr.
1.
a young salmon, having dark crossbars on its sides.
2.
the young of certain other fishes, as the codfish.

Origin:
1705–15; origin uncertain

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Parr

[pahr]
noun
Catherine, Catherine Parr.
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parr (pɑː)
 
n , pl parrs, parr
a salmon up to two years of age, with dark spots and transverse bands
 
[C18: of unknown origin]

Parr (pɑː)
 
n
Catherine. 1512--48, sixth wife of Henry VIII of England

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When she became queen, her uncle baron parr of horton became her lord chamberlain.
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