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orale

[ aw-rey-lee, oh-rey- ]
/ ɔˈreɪ li, oʊˈreɪ- /
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noun Ecclesiastical.
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Origin of orale

1835–45; <Medieval Latin ōrāle, equivalent to Latin ōr- (stem of ōs) mouth + -āle, neuter of -ālis-al1
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