[awr-uh-bee, or‐] /ˈɔr ə bi, ˈɒr‐/
noun, plural oribis.
a small tan-colored antelope, Ourebia ourebi , of south and east Africa, with spikelike horns.
noun (pl) -bi, -bis
a small African antelope, Ourebia ourebi, of grasslands and bush south of the Sahara, with fawn-coloured coat and, in the male, ridged spikelike horns
[awr-i-kal-kuh m] /ˌɔr ɪˈkæl kəm/ noun 1. a brass rich in zinc, prepared by the ancients.
Related Terms hoary-eyed verb phrase To ride forward on a surfboard so that the toes of both feet are over the edge (1960s+ Surfers)
[awr-ee-uh l, ohr‐] /ˈɔr i əl, ˈoʊr‐/ noun 1. a bay window, especially one cantilevered or corbeled out from a wall. 2. (in medieval architecture) a large bay window of a hall or chamber. n. “large recessed window,” mid-14c., from Old French oriol “hall, vestibule; oriel,” of uncertain origin, perhaps from Medieval Latin oriolum “porch, […]
- Oriel window
/ˈɔːrɪəl/ noun 1. a bay window, esp one that is supported by one or more brackets or corbels Sometimes shortened to oriel