[awr-uh-noh-koh, ohr-; Spanish aw-ree-naw-kaw] /ˌɔr əˈnoʊ koʊ, ˌoʊr-; Spanish ˌɔ riˈnɔ kɔ/
a river in N South America, flowing N from the border of Brazil, along the E border of Colombia, and NE through Venezuela to the Atlantic. 1600 miles (2575 km) long.
a river in N South America, rising in S Venezuela and flowing west, then north as part of the border between Colombia and Venezuela, then east to the Atlantic by a great delta: the third largest river system in South America, draining an area of 945 000 sq km (365 000 sq miles); reaches a width of 22 km (14 miles) during the rainy season. Length: about 2575 km (1600 miles)
[awr-ee-ohl, ohr-] /ˈɔr iˌoʊl, ˈoʊr-/ noun 1. any of several usually brightly colored, passerine birds of the family Oriolidae, of the Old World. Compare . 2. any of several brightly colored passerine birds of the family Icteridae, of the New World. /ˈɔːrɪˌəʊl/ noun 1. any songbird of the mainly tropical Old World family Oriolidae, such […]
[uh-rahy-uh n] /əˈraɪ ən/ noun, genitive Orionis [awr-ee-oh-nis, or-, uh-rahy-uh-nis] /ˌɔr iˈoʊ nɪs, ˌɒr-, əˈraɪ ə nɪs/ (Show IPA), for 2. 1. Classical Mythology. a giant hunter who pursued the Pleiades, was eventually slain by Artemis, and was then placed in the sky as a constellation. 2. Astronomy. the Hunter, a constellation lying on the […]
[uh-rahy-uh-nidz, awr-ee-oh-, ohr-] /əˈraɪ ə nɪdz, ˌɔr iˈoʊ-, ˌoʊr-/ noun, (used with a plural verb) Astronomy. 1. a collection of meteors comprising a meteor shower (Orionid meteor shower) visible during October, and having its apparent origin in the constellation Orion.
noun, Astronomy. 1. a luminous nebula in the constellation Orion, in the center of Orion’s sword.