- (Received Pronunciation) IPA(key): /ˈɒ.ɹɪnd͡ʒ/
- (General American) enPR: ôrʹənj, IPA(key): /ˈɔɹ.ənd͡ʒ/, /ˈɑɹ.ənd͡ʒ/
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- Homophone: orange
- Rhymes: -ɒɹɪnd͡ʒ
- A city in the Vaucluse department, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France.
- The Orange River (the longest river in South Africa)
- A city in New South Wales; named for William II of the Netherlands, Prince of Orange from 1815 to 1840.
- The City of Orange, a local government area in central New South Wales, Australia.
- A number of places in the United States:
- A city in Orange County, California; named for the fruit.
- A town in Connecticut; named for William III of England.
- An unincorporated community in Georgia.
- An unincorporated community in Illinois.
- An unincorporated community in Indiana; named for its township, itself named for Orange County, North Carolina.
- A town in Massachusetts; named for William III of England.
- An unincorporated community in Missouri.
- A town in New Hampshire; named for the orange ochre found in the area.
- A city in New Jersey; named for William III of England, Prince of Orange from 1650 to 1702.
- A town in New York.
- An unincorporated community in Coshocton County, Ohio.
- A village in Cuyahoga County, Ohio.
- An unincorporated community in Delaware County, Ohio.
- A city, the county seat of Orange County, Texas.
- A town in Vermont.
- A town, the county seat of Orange County, Virginia.
- A town in Wisconsin.
- Prince or Princess of Orange. Title of the first-born to the Dutch Royal House.
- (Ireland, informal) a Loyalist or a member of the Orange Order; someone, usually a Protestant, who advocates keeping Northern Ireland under British control.
Orange (not comparable)
- Relating to the Orange Order.
From Old French Orenge, from Medieval Latin Aurasica, from Latin Aurasiō, from Gaulish *arausi (“temple (head), cheek”) (compare Old Irish arae (“temple (of the head)”)). Compare also the Occitan name of the town, Aurenja.
Borrowed from French orange, short for pomme d’orange, from Spanish naranja, from Arabic نَارَنْج (nāranj), from Persian نارنگ (nârang), ultimately from Sanskrit नारङ्ग (nāraṅga, “orange tree”). Cognate with German Pomeranze.
- IPA(key): /oˈrãːʒə/, /oˈraŋʒə/, /oˈrɔ̃ːʒə/, /oˈrɔŋʒə/ (standard)
- IPA(key): /oˈrãːʃɛ/, /oˈraŋʃɛ/, /oˈrɔ̃ːʃɛ/, /oˈrɔŋʃɛ/ (some speakers in southern Germany and Austria)
- IPA(key): /ɔˈʀãːʃɛ/, [oɐ̯-] (also Austria)
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- Hyphenation: Oran‧ge
Orange f (genitive Orange, plural Orangen)
Orange n (strong, genitive Orange, no plural)
- orange (color)
|Rot (Purpur)||Orange; Braun||Gelb; Creme, Ocker|
|Grün (Hellgrün, Neongrün)||Grün (Dunkelgrün)|
|Türkis (Cyan, Meeresgrün)||Blau (Hellblau, Azurblau)||Blau (Dunkelblau)|
|Lila, Violett (Blasslila, Altrosa)||Lila, Violett (Magenta, Purpur)||Rosa ; Pink|
- “Orange” in Digitales Wörterbuch der deutschen Sprache
- “Orange” in Uni Leipzig: Wortschatz-Lexikon
- Orange on the German Wikipedia.Wikipedia de
Orange f (plural Orangen)
- orange (fruit)