Definitions for orleɔrl
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a narrow band on a heraldic charge.
Origin of orle:
1565–75; < MF: hem, edge, der. of ourler to hem < VL *ōrulāre
A bordure which runs around the outline of a shield without touching the edge.
Origin: From Old (and modern) French orle, from ourler ‘to hem’, from a diminutive of Latin ora ‘edge’, probably from os, or- ‘mouth’.
Orle is a village and a municipality in Croatia in Zagreb County. According to the 2001 census, there are 2,145 inhabitants in the municipality, an absolute majority of which are Croats. Settlements are: ⁕Bukevje ⁕Čret Posavski ⁕Drnek ⁕Obed ⁕Orle ⁕Ruča ⁕Stružec Posavski ⁕Suša ⁕Veleševec ⁕Vrbovo Posavsko
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