Crossword clues for ort
- Smidgen for Spot
- Org. sponsoring vocational education
- Bit for Bowser
- Food for Fido
- Uneaten scrap
- Group sponsoring vocational ed.
- Rover's scrap
- Leftover scrap
- Treat for Fido
- Service gp.
- Alley cat's scrap
- Dinner remnant
- Tidbit for Fido
- Fido's find
- Schnauzer's snack
- Worthless morsel
- Eating leftover
- Meal leftover
- Morsel for Rover
- Food fragment
- Pet's scrap
- Mark of a careless diner
- Paltry piece
- Women's gp. sponsoring vocational training
- Noted women's service org.
- Women's group sponsoring voc. ed.
- Morsel for Fido
- Fragment for Fido
- Org. sponsoring voc. ed.
- Food particle for Spot
- Scrappy little thing?
- Morsel for Spot
- Group of 130,000 U.S. women fostering voc. ed.
- Spot's scrap
- Org. sponsoring vocational training
- Anagram for tor or rot
- ROCKY PEAK
- ___ Wells, a top horse in 1904
- Scrap of scrapple
- Table scrap
- Mere morsel
- Table crumb
- Scrap of food
- Strip for Spot
- Bit for Fido
- Uneaten morsel
- Bit for the dog bowl
- Scrap for Fido
- Supper scrap
- Scrap for Spot
- Leftover morsel
- Food scrap
- Bit for the silent butler
- Leftover bit
- LeftoverВ morsel
- Supper table scrap
- Alimentary particle?
- Food scraping
- Tiny morsel
- Scrap for Rover
- Leaving after lunch
- Dinner plate scraping
- Leftover for Rover
- Meal bit
- Meal crumb
- Little bit
- Odd morsel
- Meal morsel
- Repast remnant
- Service org.
- Women's service org.
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Ort \Ort\ ([^o]rt), n.; pl. Orts ([^o]rts). [Akin to LG. ort,
ortels, remnants of food, refuse, OFries. ort, OD. oorete,
ooraete; prob. from the same prefix as in E. ordeal + a word
akin to eat.]
A morsel left at a meal; a fragment; refuse; -- commonly used
in the plural.
Let him have time a beggar's orts to crave.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
"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.
n. (label en usually in plural) A fragment; a scrap of leftover food; any remainder; a piece of refuse. vb. (context transitive dialectal English) To turn away from with disgust; refuse.
Ort may refer to:
- German meaning "location" or "place"
- Ort im Innkreis, a municipality in Ried im Innkreis, Austria
- Ornithobacterium rhinotracheale, a bacterium that causes poultry disease
- Ort, any type of waste
Northway Airport (IATA code: ORT), airport in Northway, Alaska, United States
- Schloss Ort, an Austrian castle situated near the Traunsee lake
- Bastiaan Ort (1854–1927), a Dutch lawyer, judge and politician
The acronym ORT can stand for:
- Channel One Russia, called ORT (Obshchestvennoye Rossiskoye Televideniye) from mid-1990s until 2001
- Ocean Racing Technology, a racing team
- Ohio River Trail, trail system in Maryland, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Virginia, US
- Olympiaki Radiofonia Tileorasi (Greek: Ολυμπιακή Ραδιοφωνία Τηλεόραση, abbreviated ORT), a Greek radio and television station
- Ongoing reliability test, a test process in manufacturing
- Ooty Radio Telescope, a radio telescope near Ooty, India
- Open road tolling, boothless toll collecting
- Operational readiness test
- Opiate replacement therapy
- Oral rehydration therapy, for diarrhea-related dehydration
- Order of Railroad Telegraphers, a United States labor union
- Organización Revolucionaria de los Trabajadores, a political party in Spain
- Oxford Round Table, a series of interdisciplinary conferences
World ORT (Russian: Общество Ремесленного Труда (Obchestvo Remeslenogo Truda: Association for the Promotion of Skilled Trades)), a non-governmental organization
- ORT Argentina, a non-government organization devoted to education in Argentina
- ORT Uruguay, a university in Montevideo, Uruguay by World ORT
- ORT Israel, a non-government organization devoted to education in Israel
- ORT Braude College of Engineering, in Carmiel Israel
- Bramson ORT College, an undergraduate college in New York City operated by World ORT
Olympiaki Radiofonia Tileorasi (, abbreviated ORT) is a Greek local radio and television station serving the Elis regional unit. Its headquarters are in Pyrgos. Its logo has three Olympic Rings.
Usage examples of "ort".
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Good fiat hard sense dictated that loup would not waste valuable effort by raiding the San Isidro ort, but Sharpe rejected that good sense because his every instinct told him there was trouble coming.
Rubeus was strongest in this ort, and he leaned his dark ogival face into the warmth of the sunlight with a deep gratification.
And next day four ox rawn wagons with puzzled drivers and beds loaded with weapons, amm nition and supplies arrived at the San Isidro ort And the Real Compafifa Irlandesa was armed at lasL And thinking of mutiny.
And she said, because the old lady wuz proud and wanted a home, and she thought that pride wuz so wicked, that it ort to be put down.
Sturzflug ab, in einem letzten, verzweifelten Geschwindigkeitsausbruch, entsetzt nach einem Spalt in den Klippen ausschauend, um sich darin zu bergen, nach einem winzigen Ort, wohin ihr kein Raubvogel folgen konnte.
The insides of a thousand orts around Reynii radiated with the same psynergistic presence.
Assia broke off as a crowd of simplefaced orts hardened out of the darkness.
The onslaught of orts staggered and broke up beneath the lash of poison-darts the raels flailed beneath them.
A brute cry whined through the fury of the sky-echoes, and their distance from the orts widened.
The orts were very close, a gigantic heaving of rabid cries and spasming jaws.
The roaring energy blew orts into a scattering of sparking bones and whipping entrails.
Nobu sat facing into the wave of orts, timelessly smiling, free of the world and of himself.
Alone at the heart, he watched the orts scattering, even the largest ones backlashing from the sudden and intense glorylight that blazed through him.
Scorpion bursts of white fire whipped the orts that were trying to outflank him.