[awrt] /ɔrt/

Usually, orts. a scrap or morsel of food left at a meal.

“remains of food left from a meal,” mid-15c., probably cognate with early Dutch ooraete, Low German ort, from or-, privative prefix, + etan “to eat” (see eat (v.)). Perhaps from an unrecorded Old English word.


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