Definition of Orgia

1. orgy [n -S] - See also: orgy



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Orgia

orgasmatrons
orgasmed
orgasmic
orgasmically
orgasming
orgasmless
orgasmlike
orgasms
orgastic
orgastic potency
orgasum
orgeat
orgeats
orgeis
orgel
orgia (current term)
orgiac
orgias
orgiast
orgiastic
orgiastically
orgiasts
orgic
orgies
orgillous
orgone
orgones
orgue
orgues
orgul

Literary usage of Orgia

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Popular Science Monthly by Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress) (1893)
"figure of Isis with Hermes lifting the veil, and the inscription, " Natura, sacra orgia movit " (he stirred the holy mysteries of Nature). ..."

2. A Concise Etymological Dictionary of the English Language by Walter William Skeat (1882)
"... work ; see •Work. orgies, sacred rites, revelry. (F. — L.— Gk.) F. orgies. — L. orgia, sb. pi. a festival in honour of Bacchus, orgies. ..."

3. Phantasmata: Or, Illusions and Fanaticisms of Protean Forms, Productive of by Richard Robert Madden (1857)
"ON THE SACRIFICE OF CHILDREN ASCRIBED TO THE EARLY CHRISTIANS AS A RELIGIOUS RITE, AND TO SORCERERS IN THE orgia OF THEIR " SABBATH " ASSEMBLIES, ..."

4. Representative Poems of Living Poets: American and English by George Parsons Lathrop (1886)
"... orgia. (A SONG OF RUIN.) Who cares for nothing alone is free. Sit down, good fellow, and drink with me ! With a careless heart and a merry eye, ..."

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