In the design of scaling complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS), back-end-of-the-line (BEOL) interconnection becomes a limiting factor to circuit performance. Compact models for paratactic capacitance, which are scalable with wire geometries, are desired for circuit simulation and design. Considering both two-dimensional and three-dimensional single wire above plate, the proposed method decomposes the electric field into various regions and gives solutions for each part. The total ground capacitance is the summation of all components. The solution can be easily extended to the case of two parallel wires. Its physical base minimizes the complexity and error comparing with a traditional model fitting process. The new compact model has been verified with COMSOL simulations. It accurately predicts the capacitance for not only the nominal wire dimensions from the latest ITRS updates, but also for a wide range of other BEOL wire dimensions.