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Order.
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Ordinance.
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Ordinal.
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Ordinance.
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Ordinary.
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(law) Ordinance.
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(now chiefly UK dialectal) A point.
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(now chiefly UK dialectal) A point of origin; a beginning.
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(now chiefly UK dialectal) A point of land; a promontory.
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(now chiefly UK dialectal) The point or edge of a weapon.

Saul drew his sword, And ran even upon the ord. "” Cursor Mundi.

And touched him with the spear's ord. "” Romance of Sir Otuel.

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Dor , D. Or.
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A city in Nebraska.
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A civil parish and village in Northumberland, England.
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(Ord River) A river in Western Australia.
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Origin of ord

  • From Middle English ord, from Old English ord (“point, spear-point, spear, source, beginning, front, vanguard"), from Proto-Germanic *uzdaz (“point"), from Proto-Indo-European *wes- (“to stick, prick, pierce, sting") + Proto-Indo-European *dÊ°e- (“to set, place"). Cognate with North Frisian od (“tip, place, beginning"), Dutch oord (“place, region"), German Ort (“location, place, position"), Danish od (“a point"), Swedish udd (“a point, prick"), Icelandic oddur (“tip, point of a weapon, leader"). See also odd.

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