parasan?

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It is used in an Irish folk song,, "Viva La Quinta Brigada,,,,,,No parasan" the cry that made them fight,,,,, Adlente, echoed on the hillside,, Let us all remember them tonight" Don't know it, can't find it in any dictionary I own.
Danke

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updated ABR 8, 2011
posted by Terry-L-Johnson

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"Pasar" can also mean To die/To pass away (Note George Harrison´s "All Things Must Pass")

"Viva La Quinta Brigada,,,,,,No parasan"...... "Long live the 5th brigade, they shall not die."

updated ABR 8, 2011
posted by 005faa61
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I think it was rather used in a Spanish Republican song: ¡No pasarán!. It was yelled against the fascist army leaded by Francisco Franco against the Spanish Republica.

updated ABR 8, 2011
posted by LuisCache
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very easy : its spelling is "no pasarán" , they don't get through more or less.....

updated FEB 15, 2008
posted by jose2