ore
I. noun Usage: often attributive Etymology: Middle English or, oor, partly from Old English ōra ore; partly from Old English ār brass; akin to Old High German ēr bronze, Latin aes copper, bronze Date: before 12th century 1. a naturally occurring mineral containing a valuable constituent (as metal) for which it is mined and worked 2. a source from which valuable matter is extracted II. noun (plural ore) Etymology: Swedish öre & Danish & Norwegian øre Date: 1716 — see krona, krone at money table

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  • Öre — 〈m.; s, oder f.; , 〉 kleinste Währungseinheit in Dänemark, Norwegen u. Schweden, 1/100 Krone [<dän., norw. øre, schwed. öre <lat. aureus „Goldmünze“] * * * Öre, das; s, , auch: die; , [dän., norw. øre, schwed. öre < lat. (nummus) aureus …   Universal-Lexikon

  • ore — ore·ad; ore·am·nos; ore; ore·jón; ore·less; ore·odon·ti·dae; ore·or·tyx; ore·ot·ra·gus; prot·ore; ore·odon; ore·odont; fahl·ore; …   English syllables

  • orė — orė̃ sf. (4) Rmš, Nm, õrė (2) [K], Kv 1. Lex67, R278, MŽ372 arimas: Dabar nuolat lyja, todėl ir orė̃ bus sunki Vrb. Mes dar daug turime õrės Kt. Tokiam ore tai ne õrė: šlapumas baisus, lyja išvien Ut. Kad ir daug õrės buvo, ale su traktoriais …   Dictionary of the Lithuanian Language

  • Øre — is the one hundredth subdivision of the Norwegian krone, Danish krone, Swedish krona and Icelandic króna currency units. But note that the corresponding subdivision of the Swedish krona is called öre, in the Faroe Islands oyra (plural oyru(r) )… …   Wikipedia

  • Ore — steht für: Ore (Haute Garonne), eine Gemeinde im Departement Haute Garonne in Frankreich. Ore (East Sussex), ein Vorort von Hastings in England. Ore (Fluss), ein Fluss in England. Øystein Ore, ein norwegischer Mathematiker. Øre ist eine… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Ore — Ore, n. [AS. [=o]ra; cf. [=a]r brass, bronze, akin to OHG. [=e]r, G. ehern brazen, Icel. eir brass, Goth. ais, L. aes, Skr. ayas iron. [root]210. Cf. {Ora}, {Era}.] [1913 Webster] 1. The native form of a metal, whether free and uncombined, as… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Öre — Øre L Øre ou Öre désigne les subdivisions monétaires des couronnes danoise, féringienne, norvégienne et suédoise. Le terme øre provient du latin aureus, désignant une pièce en or. Portail de la num …   Wikipédia en Français

  • øre — [ö′rə] n. pl. øre 〚Dan & Norw < ON aurar: see ÖRE〛 a monetary unit equal to 1/ 100 of a Danish krone or a Norwegian krone * * * ø·re (œʹrə) n. See table at currency.   [Danish, and Norwegian both from Old Norse eyrir …   Universalium

  • öre — s.f. Monedă divizionară în Danemarca, Norvegia şi Suedia, valorând a suta parte dintr o coroană. [< fr. öre < cuv. scandinav]. Trimis de LauraGellner, 29.06.2005. Sursa: DN  ÓRE s. f. monedă divizionară în Danemarca, Norvegia şi Suedia, a… …   Dicționar Român

  • ore — [o: US o:r] n [U and C] [: Old English; Origin: ar] rock or earth from which metal can be obtained ▪ iron ore ▪ veins of rich ore …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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