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.
/ˌɔːtəˈniːk/ noun 1. a hybrid between an orange and a tangerine
/ɔːˈteɪɡə/ noun 1. Daniel, full surname Ortega Saavedra. born 1945, Nicaraguan politician and former resistance leader; president of Nicaragua (1985–90) and from 2007
- Ortega Saavedra
[awr-te-gah sah-ah-ve-th rah] /ɔrˈtɛ gɑ ˌsɑ ɑˈvɛ ðrɑ/ noun 1. (José) Daniel [haw-se dah-nyel] /hɔˈsɛ dɑˈnyɛl/ (Show IPA), born 1945, Nicaraguan political leader: president 1985–90.
- Ortega y Gasset
[awr-tey-guh ee gah-set; Spanish awr-te-gah ee gahs-set] /ɔrˈteɪ gə i gɑˈsɛt; Spanish ɔrˈtɛ gɑ i gɑsˈsɛt/ noun 1. José [haw-se] /hɔˈsɛ/ (Show IPA), 1883–1955, Spanish philosopher, journalist, and critic. /Spanish ɔrˈteɣa i ɡaˈsɛt/ noun 1. José (xoˈse). 1883–1955, Spanish essayist and philosopher. His best-known work is The Revolt of the Masses (1930)