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An astronomical measurement of distance (usually measuring distance to stars,) equal to about 3.2616 Light years, or about 3.08568×10^16 m (about 30,856,800,000,000,000 meters). Not a measurement of time. Derives from "PARallax of one SECond of arc."
Han Solo: "You never heard of the Milennium Falcon? She made the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs!" Silly George Lucas, leave the big scientific terms to Asimov and Clarke.
by Oakfish April 06, 2007
A place of employment commonly called a railyard that more perfectly resembles a zoo or penitentiary.

A term used to describe the blackness of everyday disasters.
Joe-"did you see that caprice plow into the KFC?"
Mike-"yeah he was wearing a parsec vest when he stumbled out and dropped his 40 oz."
by zoopatrol January 05, 2012
Unit of distance in space, equal to about 3 light years
Referenced to in the movie Star Wars
Han Solo: ....made the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs (some say this is a false reference as a parsec is distance not time, but there is a technical aspect to it, something about the millenium falcon flying near a black hole)
by Zshii July 29, 2005
First used in Starwars a speed of space travel
Jerry : Dude My Bike Goes Like 5 Parsecs
Tom : Bangin
by Bobjohnny January 26, 2005
Also known as a crab or that purple thing from the ninja turtles called krang.
by B February 20, 2003
To parsec ; to hack forumpasswords
Grude: Hmm someone stole my pass of the private forum :(
Prislia: You sure it hasnt been parsec-ed ?
by Anonymous April 07, 2003
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