plural of os2.
noun, plural o·ras, o·rae [awr-ee, ohr-ee] /ˈɔr i, ˈoʊr i/.
a money of account of Anglo-Saxon England, introduced by the Danes and equal to about two shillings.
Origin of ora2
before 950; < Old English ōra < Old Norse plural aurar monetary unit < Latin aureus aureus
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n. pl. o•rae (ôr′ē)
An edge or margin.
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