- Vit·to·rio E·ma·nu·e·le [veet-taw-ryaw e-mah-noo-e-le] /vitˈtɔ ryɔ ˌɛ mɑ nuˈɛ lɛ/, 1860–1952, Italian statesman.
- a city in central Florida: resort.
- a male given name, form of Roland.
Examples from the Web for orlando
Contemporary Examples of orlando
“One of the producers on a story we were doing on the Orlando Magic told me about this young guy he really liked,” Jaffe said.Remembering ESPN’s Sly, Cocky, and Cool Anchor Stuart Scott
January 4, 2015
It was Orlando vs. Justin in an Ibiza melee with two highly unlikely opposing parties.The Bloom-Bieber Brawl We Didn’t Know We Needed
December 29, 2014
The senator was at the airport in Orlando, waiting to hop a flight home to Texas so he could take his daughters trick-or-treating.Ted Cruz, Accused of Being ‘Sidelined’ for the Midterms, Shows Off Schedule
November 3, 2014
Have you heard of the $1,750-per-person “Gathering,” which starts Thursday in Orlando, Florida?The $1-Billion-a-Year Right-Wing Conspiracy You Haven’t Heard Of
September 25, 2014
Or consider the actor Orlando Jones, who is not exactly known as a Hollywood A-lister (though he was great in Drumline).Miley Cyrus Embraces Activism Like a Stripper Pole and It's Fantastic
August 25, 2014
Historical Examples of orlando
At forty if a man chooses to assume the role of Orlando he does it to perfection.Thoroughbreds
W. A. Fraser
Then, in the following year, Orlando plunged into epopoeia once more.
One morning, as he was going downstairs, Orlando was stricken with paralysis.
Orlando made a fresh gesture, as though to sweep the past away.
To only one word of this enthusiastic outburst did Orlando pay attention.
- a city in the US, in Florida: site of Walt Disney World. Pop: 199 336 (2003 est)
Word Origin and History for orlando
masc. proper name, Italian form of Roland (q.v.). The city in Florida, U.S., so called from 1857, supposedly in honor of a U.S. soldier, Orlando Reeves, who was killed there in 1835 by Seminoles. It had been settled c.1844 as Jernigan.