Definitions for "Parasite "
One who frequents the tables of the rich, or who lives at another's expense, and earns his welcome by flattery; a hanger-on; a toady; a sycophant.
A plant obtaining nourishment immediately from other plants to which it attaches itself, and whose juices it absorbs; -- sometimes, but erroneously, called epiphyte.
A plant living on or within an animal, and supported at its expense, as many species of fungi of the genus Torrubia.
Parasite is an original novel written by Jim Mortimore and based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who. It features the Seventh Doctor, Ace and Bernice. A prelude to the novel, also penned by Mortimore, appeared in Doctor Who Magazine #220.
Parasite is a PHP PEAR::DB-based blogger with support for spell checking, pingback, highlighted searching, ping, RSS headlines, and more.
Keywords:  germ, enter, skin, disease, tiny
a small very small germ that you cannot see, but could enter its skin and cause disease
a tiny little germ that you cannot see, but it could enter your skin and cause disease
Keywords:  adware, unaware, spyware, did, want
A slang term for adware and spyware which is software installed on a computer that the user did not want and was unaware of. the software is used for commercial purposes.
Keywords:  cowbirds, expend, nests, birds, eggs
In the case of Cowbirds, laying eggs in other species nests so those birds expend the energy to raise the young.
Keywords:  protozoa, type
A type of parasitic protozoa.
Keywords:  slither, alien, invaded, movie, film
The Parasite was an alien entity that invaded Earth in the movie Slither (film).
" ... unsolicited commercial software." - from Doxdesk - (this site will scan IE for parasites if you go to it, so it is not linked here.
a telepathic construct programmed to act as a wire tap on the victim
Keywords:  surrey, england, band, formed
Parasite are a band from Surrey, England and were formed in 1998.
Keywords:  freeborn, wits, poor, himself, better
a freeborn poor person who uses his wits to get food from others better off than himself
The American HeritageĀ® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000.
Technology that alters normal performance of click tracking and disrupts affiliate business.
Keywords:  deliberately, url, popular, site, web
a Web URL that is deliberately similar to a popular site