a range of the Alps in N Italy. Highest peak: 3899 m (12 792 ft) Also called Ortler (ˈɔːtlə)
[awrt-ler] /ˈɔrt lər/ noun 1. a range of the Alps in N Italy. 2. the highest peak of this range. 12,802 feet (3902 meters).
[awr-tl-uh n] /ˈɔr tl ən/ noun 1. an Old World bunting, Emberiza hortulana, esteemed as a table delicacy. 2. the bobolink. /ˈɔːtələn/ noun 1. Also called ortolan bunting. a brownish Old World bunting, Emberiza hortulana, regarded as a delicacy 2. any of various other small birds eaten as delicacies, esp the bobolink
[awrt-n] /ˈɔrt n/ noun 1. Joe (John Kingsley Orton) 1933–67, English playwright. /ˈɔːtən/ noun 1. Joe (Kingsley). 1933–67, British dramatist, noted for his black comedies: these include Entertaining Mr Sloane (1964), Loot (1966), and What the Butler Saw (1969)
[awrt] /ɔrt/ noun 1. Usually, orts. a scrap or morsel of food left at a meal. /ɔːts/ plural noun 1. (sometimes sing) (archaic or dialect) scraps or leavings n. “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 […]