Oral Definition

ôrəl
adjective

Spoken rather than written.

An oral presentation.
Wiktionary
Uttered by the mouth; spoken.
Webster's New World
Of, involving, or administered through the mouth.
Webster's New World
Of speech; using speech.
Webster's New World
Of or having to do with sexual stimulation of the genitals by a partner's mouth or tongue.
Webster's New World
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noun
An examination with spoken questions and answers, as at a college.
Webster's New World
Oral is defined as an exam given and taken by speaking.
An example of an oral is a test requiring a student to speak a different language.
YourDictionary

(countable) A physical examination of the mouth.

Wiktionary
(uncountable) Oral sex.
Wiktionary
Synonyms:
oral examvivaviva-voceoral examinationdeclamationoration
pronoun

A male given name of American usage, ultimately derived from Aurelius.

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other
A city of northwest Kazakhstan on the Ural River south-southeast of Samara, Russia. Founded by Cossacks c. 1622, it is a processing and manufacturing center.
American Heritage

Other Word Forms of Oral

Noun

Singular:
oral
Plural:
orals

Origin of Oral

  • Late Latin ōrālis from Latin ōs ōr- mouth ōs- in Indo-European roots

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From New Latin oralis (“of the mouth"), from Latin os (“the mouth").

    From Wiktionary

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