Definitions

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  • proper n. A female given name

Etymologies

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Anglicized version of Irish Órfhlaith “golden princess”, from ór “gold” + flaith “prince”

Examples

  • The company is headquartered in Neustadt an der Orla, which is located in the heart of Germany's "Optical Valley."

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  • "Orla," said the son of Mora, "could I raise the song of Death to my friend?

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  • In Orla, anti-Semitic slogans and Nazi symbols were found on the former synagogue.

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  • We're also talking a major cast downgrade, given that the original series co-starred Andrew Lincoln (now of The Walking Dead) and Orla Brady (Mistresses, Fringe), Shelley Conn (Mistresses, now of Terra Nova) and Colin Salmon (Prime Suspect 2).

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  • Shortly afterward, she and her husband set up the Orla Kiely Partnership, officially registering their business, which eventually became Kiely Rowan PLC.

    The Pluck of the Irish

  • Orla Kiely, the Irish designer known for her quirky, signature, retro stem prints, still gets excited when she sees someone wearing her brand.

    The Pluck of the Irish

  • Orla Kiely is now sold in 30 countries around the world, found in high-end department stores such as Selfridges in the U.K. and Neiman Marcus in the U.S. Collaborations with companies like Apple, Target and Citroën have also helped raise the brand's profile.

    The Pluck of the Irish

  • Orla Kiely In those days, Ms. Kiely was mostly making handbags, but the 49-year-old has since expanded into every design imaginable, from perfume to fashion to casserole dishes.

    The Pluck of the Irish

  • Last month, Orla Kiely opened a flagship store in the U.S. Located in a historic building on Mercer Street in the heart of New York's SoHo neighborhood, the 2,300-square-foot retail space represents a major step in the brand's expansion plans.

    The Pluck of the Irish

  • Though the brand is well-known for its accessories and home goods, highlighted by its hit 2010 capsule collection for the U.S. store Target, Orla Kiely's New York store has given the company a chance to show off its expanding line.

    The Pluck of the Irish

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