[aw-raws-kaw] /ɔˈrɔs kɔ/
[haw-se kle-men-te] /hɔˈsɛ klɛˈmɛn tɛ/ (Show IPA), 1883–1949, Mexican painter.
José Clemente (xoˈse kleˈmente). 1883–1949, Mexican painter, noted for his monumental humanistic murals
ordinary, reasonable, and prudent
forelock or fawn, a Moabitess, the wife of Chilion (Ruth 1:4; 4:10). On the death of her husband she accompanied Naomi, her mother-in-law, part of the way to Bethlehem, and then returned to Moab.
[awr-fuh n] /ˈɔr fən/ noun 1. a child who has lost both parents through death, or, less commonly, one parent. 2. a young animal that has been deserted by or has lost its mother. 3. a person or thing that is without protective affiliation, sponsorship, etc.: The committee is an orphan of the previous administration. […]
noun 1. Pharmacology. a drug that remains undeveloped or untested or is otherwise neglected because of limited potential for commercial gain. orphan drug or·phan drug (ôr’fən) n. Any of various drugs or biologicals that may be useful in treating disease but are not considered to be commercially viable. noun phrase A pharmaceutical drug that may […]