a formal method of Japanese eating in which the sequence of the items used, food eaten, and actions performed are carefully done by ritual; also, the set of bowls, utensils, and napkin wrapping used in this form of Japanese eating
Silence is maintained during oryoki except for the chanting of certain meal sutras.
oo 'response to the offering of food' + ryoo 'amount received' + ki 'bowl'
orthostatic hypotension n.
A form of low blood pressure precipitated by moving from a lying or sitting position to standing up straight. Also called postural hypotension.