Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One of certain Irish silver coins, collectively called Ormonde money, rudely struck, chiefly from plate, and issued in July, 1643, by the authority of Charles I.

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Examples

  • My list consists of lots of carnal flower, doirissimo, some chergui, taif rose, ormonde woman, kai just because i have a sample, black aoud, something from parfums rosine that sniffa gave away what is this anyways?

    Top 10 Summer Fragrances. And a Prize Draw

  • my top 10 faves for fall: 1. féminite du bois 2. ormonde woman 3. songes 4. ta'if 5. aoud queen roses 6. bois des iles parfum hoarding my tiny decant...

    Top 10 of Fall, a Bonus Top 10 and a Prize Draw

  • And this pattern pootsch punnermine of concoon and proprey went on, hog and minne, a whole whake, your night after larry’s night, spittinspite on Dora O’Huggins, ormonde caught butler, the artillery of the O’Hefferns answering the cavalry of the

    Finnegans Wake

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  • This "ormonde" from Lolita, is in French "J'ai toujours admiré l'oeuvre ormonde du sublime Dublinois," and seems to refer to James Joyce's Ulysses, where the barmaid at the Ormonde Hotel in the Sirens chapter deserves admiration. Ormonde besides being an ok word for a hotel, has a good pun in French as hors monde, ie beyond the world.

    July 2, 2020