[awr-loh] /ˈɔr loʊ/
noun, plural orlos. Architecture.
a plinth supporting the base of a column.
[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).
[awr-lop] /ˈɔr lɒp/ noun, Nautical. 1. the lowermost of four or more decks above the space at the bottom of a hull. /ˈɔːlɒp/ noun 1. (nautical) (in a vessel with four or more decks) the lowest deck
[awr-lee; French awr-lee] /ˈɔr li; French ɔrˈli/ noun 1. a suburb SE of Paris, France: international airport. /ˈɔːliː; French ɔrli/ noun 1. a suburb of SE Paris, France, with an international airport
/ˈɔːlɒf/ noun 1. Count Grigori Grigorievich. 1734–83, Russian soldier and a lover of Catherine II. He led (with his brother, Count Aleksey Grigorievich Orlov, 1737–1808) the coup that brought Catherine to power