- ore hearth,
- ore mountains,
- ore rotundo,
- ore tanker,
Origin of oread
Examples from the Web for oread
There's a light passed from you, There's a joy outcast from you,— You have lost your Oread.Songs from Vagabondia|Bliss Carman and Richard Hovey
I never ventured to read them to my Oread or fellow students.Confessions of Boyhood|John Albee
She might have been an Oread or a Dryad wandering alone through the great forest.The Redemption of David Corson|Charles Frederic Goss
Was she salamander or sylph, naiad or undine, oread or dryad?There and Back|George MacDonald
Also many large elms grow along the upper slopes, especially along the outcrops of the two main strata of the Oread Limestone.
Word Origin for oread
1580s, from Latin Oreas (genitive Oreadis), from Greek Oreias "mountain nymph," from oros "mountain," probably from PIE root *er-/*or- "to raise" (cf. Sanskrit rsvah "high," Latin oriri "to raise;" see orchestra).