Definition of Ornises

1. ornis [n] - See also: ornis



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ornises

ornater
ornatest
ornating
ornature
orned
ornee
ornerier
orneriest
orneriness
ornerinesses
ornery
ornidazole
orning
ornipressin
ornis
ornises (current term)
ornith-
ornithes
ornithic
ornithichnite
ornithichnites
ornithichnology
ornithinaemia
ornithine
ornithine-oxo-acid transaminase
ornithine acetyltransferase
ornithine carbamoyltransferase
ornithine cycle
ornithine d-aminotransferase

Literary usage of Ornises

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1. Thirty Strange Stories by Herbert George Wells (1897)
"... ornises, he reckons some scientific swell will go and burst a blood-vessel. But it was a queer thing to happen to a man; was n't it — altogether? ..."

2. Annual Reports of the Navy Department: Report of the Secretary of the Navy by United States Navy Dept (1890)
"... Experiments with a base fuse have continued, and a form which ornises well will shortly be submitted to final tests. Fuses of several forms have been ..."

3. Allgemeines Künstler-lexikon: Unter Mitwirkung der namhaftesten by Georg Kaspar Nagler, Julius Meyer (1878)
"... faict recueillir les images tirees au vif, orniSes de leurs habitz de ces temps, les ay faict tailler en rame, accom- pagne'es d'une ..."

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