See also: parangón

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EtymologyEdit

From Anglo-Norman paragone, peragone, Middle French paragon, from Italian paragone(comparison) or Spanish parangón, from paragonare, from Ancient Greek παρακονάω(parakonáō, I sharpen, whet), from παρά(pará) + ἀκόνη(akónē, whetstone).

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parangon m ‎(plural parangons)

  1. paragon, standard (model or pattern)

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