[awr-jer, ‐dyoo r] /ˈɔr dʒər, ‐dyʊər/
dung; manure; excrement.
something regarded as being morally offensive
late 14c., from Old French ordure “filth, uncleanliness” (12c.), from ord, ort “filthy, dirty, foul,” from Latin horridus “dreadful” (see horrid).
[awr-jon-i-kid-zuh] /ˌɔr dʒɒn ɪˈkɪd zə/ noun 1. Also, Orjonikidze. former name of . 2. former name of . /Russian ardʒəniˈkidzɪ/ noun 1. the former name (1954–91) of Vladikavkaz
[awr, ohr] /ɔr, oʊr/ noun 1. a metal-bearing mineral or rock, or a native metal, that can be mined at a profit. 2. a mineral or natural product serving as a source of some nonmetallic substance, as sulfur. [œ-ruh] /ˈœ rə/ noun, plural öre. 1. a bronze coin of Norway, the 100th part of a […]
[awr-ee-ad, ohr‐] /ˈɔr iˌæd, ˈoʊr‐/ noun 1. Classical Mythology. any of a group of nymphs who were the companions of Artemis. /ˈɔːrɪˌæd/ noun 1. (Greek myth) a mountain nymph n. 1580s, from Latin Oreas (genitive Oreadis), from Greek Oreias “mountain nymph,” from oros “mountain,” probably from PIE root *er-/*or- “to raise” (cf. Sanskrit rsvah “high,” […]
raven, a prince of Midian, who, being defeated by Gideon and put to straits, was slain along with Zeeb (Judg. 7:20-25). Many of the Midianites perished along with him (Ps. 83:9; Isa. 10:26).