The definition of “orison” is a prayer, supplication, or solemn plea.

Meaning of Orison in English
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It is a noun that refers to a formal or archaic term used to describe a prayer or an act of praying, especially one that is uttered aloud. The word is commonly used in religious or spiritual contexts to describe a devout or earnest prayer.

Origin

Origin: The word “orison” has its roots in Middle English and Old French, derived from the Latin word “ōrātiōnem,” which means “prayer” or “speech.”

Examples

Examples of orison in sentences:

  1. The monk knelt before the altar and began his orison for peace.
  2. She closed her eyes and offered a heartfelt orison for her ailing grandmother.
  3. The congregation joined in a collective orison for the victims of the disaster.

Thesaurus

prayer, supplication, invocation, devotional, petition, plea, entreaty, intercession, benediction.

Thesaurus of orison

Translations

Translations of orison: In Hindi: प्रार्थना (prarthana) In Urdu: دُعا (dua) In Tamil: மகிழ்ச்சி கேட்கும் விண்ணப்பம் (magilcchi kēṭkum viṇṇappam) In Marathi: विनंती (vinanti) In Bengali: প্রার্থনা (prarthana)

Please note that “orison” is not a commonly used term in modern everyday language, and you are more likely to encounter it in literary or religious contexts.

What is Orison?

Definition of Orison from The Fendi Haris Dictionary © Fendiharis.com – August 05, 2023 22:45:01