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  1. or-(Prefix)

    A prefix of Old English origin meaning: "from the outset", "original", "out", "out of", or "without".

    ordalian, ordeal, orlay, ort

  2. Origin: From uz-, from unstressed uss-, from . Cognate with ur-, ir-, ar-, er-. More at out.

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