[awr-shoot, ohr-] /ˈɔrˌʃut, ˈoʊr-/
a rich concentration in an orebody.
[awr-e-stee-uh, ohr-] /ˌɔr ɛˈsti ə, ˌoʊr-/ noun 1. a trilogy of tragic dramas (458 b.c.) by Aeschylus, consisting of the Agamemnon, the Choëphori, and the Eumenides.
[aw-res-teez, oh-res‐] /ɔˈrɛs tiz, oʊˈrɛs‐/ noun 1. Classical Mythology. the son of Agamemnon and Clytemnestra, and the brother of Electra and Iphigenia: he avenged the murder of Agamemnon by killing Clytemenestra and her lover, Aegisthus, then was pursued by the Furies until saved by Athena. 2. (italics) a tragedy (408 b.c.) by Euripides. /ɒˈrɛstiːz/ noun […]
noun 1. Psychoanalysis. an unconscious desire of a son to kill his mother.
noun 1. a ship built to carry ore.