Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An abbreviation of ornithology.

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Examples

  • An ornithopter is an aircraft that gets its forward propulsion from the flapping of wings (the ORNITH – in ornithopter comes from the ltain for “bird” – putting “ornith” on a prefix makes it “bird-like”) an ornithopter is a heavier-than-air aircraft that is propelled by the flapping of wings.

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  • JoshuaTerrell said: "Err, correction" If the value of whatever you are trying to protect is exceeded by the resources re ... "petruk said:" The largest alternate currencies are, of course, frequent flyer miles, which represent billions of d ... "ornith said:" It figures that the toilet-kitchen-no-wipe-or-sink thing would be Horde-themed visually.

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  • Marja said: "" Pro-market advocates often forget that the corporations whose interests they're championing are act ... "ornith said:" I've been to the Philly one and it was great.

    Boing Boing

  • "But I know you are a famous ornith - ornith - whatever it is, and know all about birds - so do you think you could help me to name a bird I saw to-day?

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  • I mean — if there aren’t ornith-atmospheric theses on the vocals of treasured Georgian folk-troubadours to be found, we might as well turn off the Internet.

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