The definition of an orison is a wish or communication with God.
An example of an orison is a prayer.
Now Literary a prayer
Origin of orisonMiddle English oreisun ; from Old French oreison ; from Ecclesiastical Late Latin oratio, a prayer ; from L, a speech: see oration
Origin of orisonMiddle English orisoun, from Old French orison, from Late Latin &omacron;rati&omacron;, &omacron;rati&omacron;n-; see oration.
- A prayer.