noun, plural orlflies. British.
an alderfly, Sialis lutaria.
[awr-lee-uh nz; French awr-ley-ahn] /ˈɔr li ənz; French ɔr leɪˈɑ̃/ noun 1. a city in and the capital of Loiret, in central France, SSW of Paris: English siege of the city raised by Joan of Arc 1428. [lwa-re] /lwaˈrɛ/ noun 1. a department in central France. 2630 sq. mi. (6810 sq. km). Capital: Orléans. [awr-ley-a-ne] […]
[awr-lich; Spanish awr-leech] /ˈɔr lɪtʃ; Spanish ˈɔr litʃ/ noun 1. Francisco J [frahn-sees-kaw] /frɑnˈsis kɔ/ (Show IPA), 1906–69, Costa Rican engineer and statesman: president 1962–66.
[awr-loh] /ˈɔr loʊ/ noun, plural orlos. Architecture. 1. a plinth supporting the base of a column. 2. (def 3).
[awr-lon] /ˈɔr lɒn/ Trademark. 1. a brand of synthetic, acrylic textile fiber of light weight, wrinkle resistance, and resistance to weathering and many chemicals. /ˈɔːlɒn/ noun 1. trademark a crease-resistant acrylic fibre or fabric used for clothing, furnishings, etc proprietary name (Du Pont) of synthetic textile fiber, 1948, an invented word (cf. nylon).