orge

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See also: Örge

English[edit]

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orge (third-person singular simple present orges, present participle orging, simple past and past participle orged)

  1. (intransitive) To indulge in riotous jollity.

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  • Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary (1908).

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin hordeum, ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *ǵʰr̥sdeyom (bristly).

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Noun[edit]

orge m, f (plural orges)

  1. barley

Usage notes[edit]

"Orge" is feminine with the exception of three fixed terms: "orge mondé", "orge perlé" and "orge carré".

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orge f

  1. plural of orgia

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