Orange

Word ORANGE
Character 6
Hyphenation or ange
Pronunciations /ˈɔɹɪ̈nd͡ʒ/

Definitions and meanings of "Orange"

What do we mean by orange?

Any of several evergreen trees of the genus Citrus of Southeast Asia, widely cultivated in warm regions and having fragrant white flowers and round fruit with a yellowish or reddish rind and a sectioned, pulpy interior, especially the sweet orange and the bitter orange. noun

The fruit of any of these trees, having a sweetish, acidic juice. noun

Any of several similar plants, such as the Osage orange and the mock orange. noun

The hue of that portion of the visible spectrum lying between red and yellow, evoked in the human observer by radiant energy with wavelengths of approximately 590 to 630 nanometers; any of a group of colors between red and yellow in hue, of medium lightness and moderate saturation. noun

Of the color orange. adjective

Made from oranges. adjective

Tasting or smelling like oranges. adjective

A mordant acid coal-tar color of the monoazo type prepared by combining diazotized para-nitraniline with salicylic acid. Also called alizarin yellow R. noun

Same as orange T. noun

Of or pertaining to the principality of Orange in France, or the line of princes named from it: often with special reference to William III. of England, Prince of Orange, who was regarded as the champion of Protestantism against Louis XIV. on the continent, and against James II. in Ireland.

Of or pertaining to the Society of Orangemen, or Orangeism: as, an Orange lodge; an Orange emblem. See Orangeman.

The fruit of the orange-tree, a large globose berry of eight or ten membranous cells, each containing several seeds which are packed in a pulp of fusiform vesicles, distended with an acidulous refreshing juice. noun

A rather low branching evergreen fruit-tree, Citrus Aurantium, with greenish-brown bark, elliptical or ovate coriaceous leaves, the petiole often winged, and fragrant white flowers. noun

A reddish-yellow color, of which the orange is the type. noun

In heraldry, a roundel tenné. See roundel. noun

The Carolina cherry-laurel, Prunus Caroliniana. It is a small tree with glossy coriaceous leaves, wild and cultivated for ornament in the southern United States. Its foliage, bark, and fruit contain prussic acid, and the leaves are often fatal to animals browsing upon them. Also called mock-orange and wild peach. noun

See toothache-tree. noun

Of or belonging to an orange; specifically, being of the reddish-yellow color of the orange.

The fruit of a tree of the genus Citrus (Citrus Aurantium). It is usually round, and consists of pulpy carpels, commonly ten in number, inclosed in a leathery rind, which is easily separable, and is reddish yellow when ripe. noun

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

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

The colour of a ripe fruit of an orange tree, midway between red and yellow.

Orange juice.

Orange coloured and flavoured cordial.

Orange coloured and flavoured soft drink.

Synonyms and Antonyms for Orange

The word "orange" in example sentences

When I say _this orange, yonder orange, one orange_, the words _this, yonder_, and _one_ do not tell the kind, but simply point out or number the orange, and limit the application of the word to the orange pointed out or numbered. ❋ Brainerd Kellogg (N/A)

The word orange comes from the Sanskrit word naranga, meaning “peach,” which of course is itself a color. ❋ Simon (1994)

Andre Debose, in orange, is all smiles with his family after signing his letter of intent to play for Florida. ❋ Unknown (2009)

At the bottom of the list, picked out in orange, is the 370Z's time and, oh my goodness … the Nissan is the fastest at just 5.5 seconds. ❋ Martin Love (2010)

This may have arisen, not merely from their paucity, but from the unsettled signification of the term orange, as well as from improperly calling these pigments reds, yellows, &c. In these days, however, orange pigments are sufficiently numerous to merit a chapter to themselves; they indeed comprise some of the best colours on the palette. ❋ George Field (N/A)

Transvaallers, shared in their defeat, and their country was annexed to the British Empire under the title orange River Colony. ❋ 1840-1916 (1913)

Since Valencia orange is a sweet orange it blended well with curd. ❋ Anjali (2008)

Plus it comes in orange, which is unquestionably the best color a watch can be. ❋ Unknown (2007)

Well, the head of the transit authority here saying that they are now at what he calls orange alert plus. ❋ Unknown (2005)

I always kiddingly tell people what I call the orange juice story. ❋ Unknown (2003)

Eddie Printz and about his offense's inability to cash in in what he calls the orange zone. ❋ Unknown (2010)

Anyway dozen's of taqurias in orange county not bad. ❋ Unknown (2009)

Believe me; I like nothing better than to see Bush through Bremmer, all in orange jump suits at Leavenworth. ❋ Unknown (2009)

Believe me; I would like nothing better than to see Bush through Bremer, all in orange jump suits at Leavenworth. ❋ Unknown (2009)

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