[aw-rek-sis, oh-rek-] /ɔˈrɛk sɪs, oʊˈrɛk-/
the affective and conative character of mental activity as contrasted with its cognitive aspect; the appetitive aspect of an act.
/ɔːf/ noun 1. (vet science) an infectious disease of sheep and sometimes goats and cattle, characterized by scabby pustular lesions on the muzzle and lips; caused by a paramyxovirus Technical name contagious pustular dermatitis Also called (Austral) scabby mouth Norfolk [VA] International Airport
/ɔːf/ noun 1. a small slender European cyprinoid fish, Idus idus, occurring in two colour varieties, namely the silver orfe and the golden orfe, popular aquarium fishes Compare goldfish
[Italian awr-fe-aw ed e-oo-ree-dee-che] /Italian ɔrˈfɛ ɔ ɛd ɛ u riˈdi tʃɛ/ noun 1. an opera (1762), with music by Christoph Willibald von Gluck.
[awrf] /ɔrf/ noun 1. Carl, 1895–1982, German composer, conductor, and music educator. /ɔːf/ noun 1. Carl (karl). 1895–1982, German composer. His works include the secular oratorio Carmina Burana (1937) and the opera Antigone (1949)