Orgy
Orgy Or"gy, n.; pl. {Orgies}. A frantic revel; drunken revelry. See {Orgies} [1913 Webster]

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  • orgy — (n.) 1560s, orgies (pl.) secret rites in the worship of certain Greek and Roman gods, especially Dionysus, from M.Fr. orgies (c.1500), from L. orgia, from Gk. orgia (pl.) secret rites, from PIE root *werg to work (see URGE (Cf. urge) (v.)). The… …   Etymology dictionary

  • orgy — ► NOUN (pl. orgies) 1) a wild party with excessive drinking and indiscriminate sexual activity. 2) excessive indulgence in a specified activity: an orgy of killing. ORIGIN from Greek orgia secret rites or revels …   English terms dictionary

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