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organism any single living being, such as an animal, plant, fungus, or bacterium. [2 definitions]
organist a person who plays the organ.
organization the act or process of organizing. [3 definitions]
organizational of or relating to organization or an organization.
organize to set in order; arrange in a systematic pattern. [6 definitions]
organized set in order; arranged in a systematic pattern. [3 definitions]
organizer one who organizes, esp. by finding members for a trade union. [3 definitions]
organza a thin, stiff, translucent fabric of silk or synthetic fibers, used for evening gowns, trimming, and the like.
orgasm the climax and release of sexual excitement.
orgiastic of, concerning, or resembling an orgy. [2 definitions]
orgy unrestrained eating, drinking, or sexual activity. [3 definitions]
oribi a small tan African antelope with straight short horns and a tuft of hair growing from each knee.
oriel a bay window that projects from a wall and is usu. supported from below by a bracket.
orient (cap., outdated) the regions east and southeast of southern Europe, esp. the Far East (usu. prec. by the); the East. [6 definitions]
oriental (often cap.) of, from, pertaining to, or characteristic of the Orient or its peoples, cultures, or the like. [3 definitions]
Orientalism any trait, quality, or mannerism associated with people of the East. [2 definitions]
Oriental poppy a perennial of the poppy family native to the Mediterranean region and grown for its large red, pink, or white flowers.
Oriental rug any of various handwoven rugs made in Asia, usu. having colorful, intricate designs; Persian rug or carpet.
orientation the act or process of orienting, or the condition of being oriented. [5 definitions]
orienteering a cross-country race in which competitors follow a course in unfamiliar territory by using a map and compass.
orifice an opening, such as a vent, mouth, or hole, through which something can pass.