Definitions for orangeˈɔr ɪndʒ, ˈɒr-; Fr. ɔˈrɑ̃ʒ for 3,6

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. orange(noun)

    round yellow to orange fruit of any of several citrus trees

  2. orange, orangeness(noun)

    orange color or pigment; any of a range of colors between red and yellow

  3. orange, orange tree(noun)

    any citrus tree bearing oranges

  4. orange(noun)

    any pigment producing the orange color

  5. Orange, Orange River(adj)

    a river in South Africa that flows generally westward to the Atlantic Ocean

  6. orange, orangish(adj)

    of the color between red and yellow; similar to the color of a ripe orange

Wiktionary

  1. orange(Noun)

    An evergreen tree of the genus Citrus such as Citrus aurantium.

  2. orange(Noun)

    The fruit of an orange tree; a citrus fruit with a slightly sour flavour.

  3. orange(Noun)

    The colour of a ripe orange (the fruit); a color midway between red and yellow.

  4. orange(Verb)

    To color orange.

  5. orange(Verb)

    To become orange.

  6. orange(Adjective)

    Having the colour of the fruit of an orange tree; yellowred; reddish-yellow.

  7. Orange(Adjective)

    Relating to the Orange Order.

  8. Orange(ProperNoun)

    A town in France.

  9. Orange(ProperNoun)

    The name of the Dutch Royal House.

  10. Orange(ProperNoun)

    Prince or Princess of Orange. Title of the first-born to the Dutch Royal House.

  11. Origin: French Orange, from Old French Orenge, from Medieval Latin Aurasica, from Latin Aurasiō, from Gaulish *arausi 'temple (head), cheek' (cf. Old Irish ara, arae 'temples', Irish placename Arai Chiach).

Freebase

  1. Orange

    The colour orange takes its name from the orange fruit. On the spectrum of light, and in the traditional colour wheel used by painters, it is located between red and yellow. In Europe and America, orange is commonly associated with amusement, the unconventional, extroverts, fire, activity, danger, taste and aroma, the autumn season, and Protestantism. In Asia, it is an important symbolic colour of Buddhism and Hinduism.

Chambers 20th Century Dictionary

  1. Orange

    or′anj, n. a delightful gold-coloured fruit with a thick, rough skin, within which are usually from eight to ten juicy divisions: the tree on which it grows: a colour composed of red and yellow.—adj. pertaining to an orange: orange-coloured.—ns. Orangeāde′, a drink made with orange juice; Or′ange-bloss′om, the white blossom of the orange-tree, worn by brides.—adj. Or′ange-col′oured, having the colour of an orange.—ns. Or′ange-lil′y, a garden-plant with large orange flowers; Or′ange-peel, the rind of an orange separated from the pulp; Or′angery, a plantation of orange-trees: an orange-garden.—adj. Or′ange-taw′ny (Shak.), of a colour between orange and brown.—n. the colour itself.—n. Or′ange-wife (Shak.), a woman who sells oranges. [Fr.,—It. arancio—Pers. naranj, the n being dropped; it was thought to come from L. aurum, gold, hence Low L. aurantium.]

Editors Contribution

  1. orange

    A type of cultivar, plant, tree and seed created and cultivated in various colors and species that bear flowers and fruit.

    Oranges are grown in various countries around the world and many people love the variety and tastes.

British National Corpus

  1. Written Corpus Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'orange' in Written Corpus Frequency: #2845

  2. Nouns Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'orange' in Nouns Frequency: #2125

  3. Adjectives Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'orange' in Adjectives Frequency: #810

Anagrams for orange »

  1. groane, onager

  2. groane

  3. onager

Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of orange in Chaldean Numerology is: 5

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of orange in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Matt Stopera:

    Everybody wants me and Brother Orange to unite.

  2. Fred Allen:

    California is a fine place to live--if you happen to be an orange.

  3. Tom Sanders:

    To get down to 5 percent, you wouldn't even be allowed to have orange juice.

  4. Jonar Nader:

    The only thing that bottled orange juice has going for it, is its attractive colour.

  5. Lauren Levine:

    They should know that a healthy meal has foods that are orange and green, not just beige.

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Translations for orange

From our Multilingual Translation Dictionary

  • lemoenboom, lemoen, oranjeAfrikaans
  • ɔrengeAkan
  • برتقال, برتقالة, شجرة البرتقال, برتقاليArabic
  • portağal, narincıAzerbaijani
  • әфлисунBashkir
  • апэльсі́навае дрэ́ва, апэльсі́н, ара́нжавыBelarusian
  • портока́л, оранжев, портока́лов, ора́нжевBulgarian
  • aranis, aramisBislama
  • কমলাBengali
  • orañjezenn, orañjezBreton
  • taronger, taronja, ataronjat, carabassaCatalan, Valencian
  • апельсин, цlеран босChechen
  • pomerančovník, pomeranč, oranžovýCzech
  • oren, melyngochWelsh
  • appelsintræ, appelsin, orangeDanish
  • Orange, Apfelsine, Apfelsinenbaum, OrangenbaumGerman
  • πορτοκάλι, πορτοκαλιά, πορτοκαλήςGreek
  • oranĝarbo, oranĝujo, oranĝo, oranĝokoloraEsperanto
  • naranja, naranjo, china, anaranjadoSpanish
  • apelsinipuu, apelsin, oranžEstonian
  • laranja, laranjondoBasque
  • پرتقال, نارنجی, نارنجPersian
  • appelsiini, oranssi, appelsiinipuuFinnish
  • senikavikaFijian
  • appilsinFaroese
  • oranger, orangeFrench
  • oráiste, flannbhuí, dath oráiste, crann oráistíIrish
  • òr-mheas, oraindsear, oraindsScottish Gaelic
  • laranxa, laranxeiraGalician
  • સંતરુ, નારંગીGujarati
  • oranje, oranje-vuighManx
  • mai ruwan lemo, lemoHausa
  • תפוז, כתוםHebrew
  • नारंगी, संतराHindi
  • narancssárga, narancs szín, narancs, narancsfa, narancsszínűHungarian
  • նարինջ, գազարագույն, նարնջագույնArmenian
  • jeruk manis, limau, jingga, oranyeIndonesian
  • oranja, oranjeaIdo
  • appelsínugulur, appelsínaIcelandic
  • arancione, arancio, aranciaItalian
  • 橙色, オレンジ, みかん, オレンジ色Japanese
  • jerukJavanese
  • სტაფილოსფერი, ფორთოხალიGeorgian
  • ya malalaKongo
  • қызғылт сарыKazakh
  • លឿងទុំ, ក្រូចពោធិសាត់, ពណ៌លឿងKhmer
  • ಕಿತ್ತಳೆKannada
  • 주황색, 오렌지나무, 오렌지Korean
  • pirteqal, پرته‌قاڵ, دار پرته‌قاڵ, pirteqalîKurdish
  • owraval, rudhvelynCornish
  • токсарыKyrgyz
  • aurantium, aurantia, arantium, aurantius, arantiusLatin
  • Orangëbam, OrangeLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
  • ya malálaLingala
  • ສົ້ມLao
  • apelsinas, apelsinmedis, oranžinė spalva, apelsininė spalva, oranžinė, oranžinisLithuanian
  • apelsīns, oranžsLatvian
  • laoranjy, volom-boasary, menapina, voasaryMalagasy
  • āraniMāori
  • портокалова, портокал, портокаловMacedonian
  • നാരങ്ങMalayalam
  • жүрж, улбар шарMongolian
  • नारिंगी, संत्रे, नारिंगMarathi
  • limau, jingga, pokok limau, orenMalay
  • larinġa, oranġjoMaltese
  • ကမ္ဗလာ, ကမ္ဗလာသီးBurmese
  • oranje, sinaasappelboom, sinaasappel, appelsien, appelsienenboom, geelrood, brandgeelDutch
  • appelsintre, appelsin, oransjeNorwegian
  • chʼil łitsxooí, łichxíʼíNavajo, Navaho
  • irangeOccitan
  • апельсинOssetian, Ossetic
  • pomarańczowy, pomarańcz, drzewo pomarańczowe, pomarańczaPolish
  • laranja, laranjeira, alaranjado, cor-de-laranjaPortuguese
  • portocală, portocaliu, portocal, oranj, portocaleRomanian
  • ора́нжевый цвет, апельси́н, ора́нжевый, апельси́новое де́ревоRussian
  • aranzu, colore de aranzu, ruggiu, ruiu, arbule de aranzu, arrubiuSardinian
  • نارنگيءَ جو وَڻُ, نارنگِيSindhi
  • appelsiidna, oránšaNorthern Sami
  • narančasta, pomòrānča, помо̀ра̄нџа, на̀ра̄нџа, nàrāndža, pomòrāndža, narandžasta, nàrānča, наранџаста, наранчаста, narandžast, наранџастSerbo-Croatian
  • දොඩම්Sinhala, Sinhalese
  • pomaranč, oranžovýSlovak
  • pomaranča, oranžna, oranženSlovene
  • lanumoliSamoan
  • ranjisiShona
  • jaalleSomali
  • portokallAlbanian
  • sefate sa lamunu, lamunuSouthern Sotho
  • apelsin, apelsinträd, orange, brandgul, apelsinfärgadSwedish
  • rangi ya machungwa, chungwa, mchungwa, machungwaSwahili
  • ஆரஞ்சு, சர்க்கரை நாரத்தை, செம்மஞ்சள்Tamil
  • నారింజ, కమలాఫలముTelugu
  • норанҷ, афлесунTajik
  • ส้มThai
  • narynç, mämişiTurkmen
  • dalandan, narangha, kahelTagalog
  • lanu moliTonga (Tonga Islands)
  • portakal, turuncuTurkish
  • әфлисунTatar
  • puātouTahitian
  • апельси́н, оранжевий, ора́нжевий, помара́нчевийUkrainian
  • نارَنْگی, نارنگی, سنتراUrdu
  • poʻrtaholUzbek
  • cây cam, camVietnamese
  • rojat, rojanikVolapük
  • suraasWolof
  • מאַראַנץYiddish
  • bí òrombó, bí ọsánYoruba
  • Chinese
  • orenjiZulu

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