interj. (context informal English) Representing the sound of a car horn or break wind. n. (context informal English) The sound of a car horn or breaking wind. vb. 1 (context informal English) To talk nonsense. 2 (context informal English) To break wind. 3 (context informal English) To sound a car horn.
PARP may refer to:
- Poly ADP ribose polymerase, an enzyme
- Procyclic acidic repetitive protein, a type of protein in Trypanosoma parasites
- Parp (onomatopoeic), a sound
- Polish Agency for Industry Development ( Polska Agencja Rozwoju Przedsiębiorczości)
Usage examples of "parp".
I shivered, but to my surprise the man who called himself Parp clutched his pipe in his white hand and seemed to give a start of terror.
Chapter Four: THE HALL OF PRIEST-KINGS As I followed the man who called himself Parp down the stone passage the portal behind me closed.
Then, smartly, Parp cracked his pipe a few times against the side of the throne, scattering ashes and unsmoked tobacco about on the floor of the dais.
With a cry of terror Parp cast one last wild glance about the Hall of Priest-Kings and stumbled behind the great throne.
I followed it across the tiled circle which seemed harmless now that Parp had left.
I wondered why Parp had seemed to fear the coming of night, the sound of the gong.
The gates to Walcote House, which had been open in summer, were now closed, and the driver had to parp his horn.
Walcote House, which had been open in summer, were now closed, and the driver had to parp his horn.
Tempe where I know the owner and he has some incredible little copper pieces we could parp down and have you look at.
Parp, with something of impatience, and used the silverish object to light his pipe.
It was flashing its lights and parping its horn and generally making with all the swearwords and V-signs in the motoring repertoire.
It might have lasted even longer if the complicated telephone on his desk hadn't suddenly parped out.