[awr-zhat; French awr-zha] /ˈɔr ʒæt; French ɔrˈʒa/
a syrup or drink made originally from barley but later from almonds, prepared with sugar and an extract of orange flowers.
/ˈɔːʒɑː; French ɔrʒa/
a drink made from barley or almonds, and orange flower water
[awr-jet-uh-riks] /ɔrˈdʒɛt ə rɪks/ noun 1. flourished c60 b.c, Helvetian chieftain.
[awr-jee-as-tik] /ˌɔr dʒiˈæs tɪk/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or having the nature of an . 2. tending to arouse or excite unrestrained emotion: orgiastic rhythms. 3. Sociology. (of an expressive crowd) reaching a peak of emotional intensity, often of an ecstatic nature and frequently expressed by uninhibited behavior. adj. 1690s, from Greek orgiastikos “fit […]
[awr-gohn] /ˈɔr goʊn/ noun 1. a cabinetlike device constructed of layers of wood and other materials, as tin, claimed by its inventor, Wilhelm Reich, to restore orgone energy to persons sitting in it, thereby aiding in the cure of impotence, cancer, the common cold, etc.
noun 1. (in Wilhelm Reich’s theory) a vital, primal, nonmaterial element believed to permeate the universe.