[awr-uh-zuh n, or-] /ˈɔr ə zən, ˈɒr-/
(literary) another word for prayer1
late 12c., from Anglo-French oreison, Old French oreisun (12c., Modern French oraison) “oration,” from Latin orationem (nominative oratio) “speech, oration,” in Church Latin “prayer, appeal to God,” noun of action from orare (see orator). Etymologically, a doublet of oration.
[aw-ris-uh, oh-ris-uh] /ɔˈrɪs ə, oʊˈrɪs ə/ noun 1. a state in E India. 60,136 sq. mi. (155,752 sq. km). Capital: Bhubaneswar. /ɒˈrɪsə/ noun 1. the former name (until 2011) of Odisha
/əˈrɪʃə/ noun 1. another name for orisha
[aw-ree-yuh] /ɔˈri yə/ noun 1. an Indic language spoken in Orissa. /ɒˈriːə/ noun (pl) -ya 1. a former name for Odia
[awr-uh-zah-buh, ohr-; Spanish aw-ree-sah-vah] /ˌɔr əˈzɑ bə, ˌoʊr-; Spanish ˌɔ riˈsɑ vɑ/ noun 1. Also called Citlaltepetl. an inactive volcano in SE Mexico, in Veracruz state. 18,546 feet (5653 meters). 2. a city near this peak. /ˌɔːrɪˈzɑːbə; Spanish oriˈθaβa/ noun 1. a city and resort in SE Mexico, in Veracruz state. Pop: 327 000 (2005 […]