Definition of parka
1 : a hooded fur pullover garment for arctic wear
2 : a usually lined fabric outerwear pullover or jacket
Recent Examples of parka from the Web
Sales gained 22 percent last quarter, the maker of down parkas and other luxury goods said on Friday.
Most are hidden in deep crevasses or covered by snow and ice, but some are visible and have become macabre landmarks, earning nicknames for their plastic climbing boots, colorful parkas or final resting poses.
The key to wearing such a bright hue is to pair it with dark or neutral colors, so try a neon-green parka with a black sports bra and dark mulberry shorts.
Gaylord Palms provides parkas for each guest (at no extra charge).
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Origin and Etymology of parka
Aleut, from Russian dialect, ultimately from Nenets (Samoyedic language of northern Russia)
First Known Use: 1625
PARKA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of parka for English Language Learners
: a very warm jacket with a hood
PARKA Defined for Kids
Definition of parka for Students
: a warm windproof jacket with a hood
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