Whatnot, or any other thing that might be mentioned, as in They’ve stocked wine, beer, soda, or whatever, or You can stay or leave, or whatever. [ Early 1900s ]
1. an adjective-forming suffix, joined to bases of Latin origin in imitation of borrowed Latin words containing the suffix -tory1, (and its alternant -sory): excretory; sensory; statutory . 1. a suffix forming nouns denoting places or receptacles, joined to bases of Latin origin in imitation of borrowed Latin words containing the suffix -tory2, (or its […]
noun a formal method of Japanese eating in which the sequence of the items used, food eaten, and actions performed are carefully done by ritual; also, the set of bowls, utensils, and napkin wrapping used in this form of Japanese eating Examples Silence is maintained during oryoki except for the chanting of certain meal sutras. […]
/Russian aˈrjɔl/ noun 1. a variant spelling of Orel
[awr-zoh] /ˈɔr zoʊ/ noun 1. pasta in the form of small ricelike grains.