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Etymology 1Edit

From Malay parang.

NounEdit

parang (plural parangs)

  1. A short, heavy, straight-edged knife used in Malaysia and Indonesia as a tool and weapon.

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Etymology 2Edit

Spanish parranda (merry-making or a group of serenaders).

NounEdit

parang (countable and uncountable, plural parangs)

  1. A style of music originating from Trinidad and Tobago, strongly influenced by Venezuelan music.

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TagalogEdit

NounEdit

parang

  1. meadow

AdjectiveEdit

parang

  1. (usually informal) like
    Parang may paparating dito.
    It looks like someone is coming.
    Parang gutom na siya.
    He seems to be hungry.