"pariare" is a new neapolitan dialect word which means "to have fun" or "to mock" or "to tease".
that is the infinitive mood present tense form. its conjugation follows the 1st form, like all verbs ending in -are. naturally, it being a word from the neapolitan dialect, deals with the neapolitan corresponding forms.
"jamm a parià/pariare" = "let's have fun"
"chill te paréa 'n'cuoll" = "he mocks at you"
" e jà, sto parijann" = "c'mon, i'm just kidding"
"ajere ssera 'amm parijat" = "yesterday night we had a lot of fun"
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