Origin of parousia
Greek, literally, presence, from paront-, parōn, present participle of pareinai to be present, from para- + einai to be — more at is
First Known Use: 1844
Rhymes with parousia
barathea, bougainvillea, camarilla, Caesarea, cascarilla, Cytherea, diarrhea, dulcinea, Eritrea, fantasia, Galatea, gonorrhea, hamartia, Hialeah, Idumaea, Ituraea, Kampuchea, latakia, Latakia, logorrhea, mythopoeia, Nicosia, panacea, pizzeria, pyorrhea, ratafia, Santeria, seborrhea, sinfonia, Tanzania, trattoria
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