noun, plural or·di·nes [awr-dn-eez] /ˈɔr dnˌiz/.
Origin of ordo
Definition for ordo (2 of 2)
novus ordo seclorum
Examples from the Web for ordo
This was the Ordinale, or book containing the general rules relating to the Ordo divini servitii.Illuminated Manuscripts in Classical and Mediaeval Times|J. Henry Middleton
The figures pointing out the "ordo verborum" are according to the subjoined interpretation of Mons.On the Nature of Thought|John Haslam
The proper term seems to have been ordo, which occurs in inscriptions of the Empire: Marq.The Religious Experience of the Roman People|W. Warde Fowler
In this ordo it is stated that the colour in Missa Defunctorum is niger vel violaceus.
Ordo generis Cassiodororum: qui scriptores exstiterint ex eorum progenie vel ex civibus eruditis.The Letters of Cassiodorus|Cassiodorus (AKA Magnus Aurelius Cassiodorus Senator)