Parev vs Pareo - What's the difference?
As an adjective parev
As a noun pareo is
) (someone with equal or better skill
In Yiddish, the attributive form of the adjective. Some speakers familiar with Yiddish use this distribution in English as well, e.g. My mom made a pareve''' casserole'' but ''This casserole is '''parev .
A wraparound garment, worn by men or women, similar to a Malaysian sarong.
* 1919 ,
* 2007 , Ronnie Blackwell, Spite , page 154:
- [...] you must have seen pictures of her. He painted her over and over again, sometimes with a pareo on and sometimes with nothing at all. Yes, she was pretty enough.
- “Then Sue lifted his passkey as he turned to go back to the office.”
- “I was the misdirection,” Narlene blurted. “I sort of let my pareo slip off of my shoulder at just the right time.”