Orgy

  • 1 Orgy — Орджи …

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  • 2 Orgy — Datos generales Origen Bakersfield, California, Estados Unidos …

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  • 3 ORGY — Pays d’origine Bakersfield (Californie),  États Unis Genre(s) Rock Electropop, Metal alternatif …

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  • 4 Orgy — Pays d’origine Bakersfield (Californie),  États Unis Genre musical Rock Electropop, Metal alternatif …

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  • 5 Orgy — Or gy, n.; sing. {Orgies}. [F. orgie, orgies, L. orgia, pl., Gr. ?; akin to ? work. See {Organ}, and {Work}.] [1913 Webster] 1. A sacrifice accompanied by certain ceremonies in honor of some pagan deity; especially, the ceremonies observed by the …

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  • 6 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… …

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  • 7 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 …

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

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  • 9 Orgy — Allgemeine Informationen Genre(s) Synth Rock, Nu Metal Gründung 1997 Website …

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  • 10 orgy — index debauchery Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 11 orgy — [n] celebration devoted to sensual enjoyment bacchanal, bacchanalia, bender*, binge*, blowout*, bout*, carousal, circus*, debauch, dissipation, excess, feast, fling*, indulgence, jag*, merrymaking, overindulgence, party, rampage*, revel, revelry …

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  • 12 orgy — [ôr′jē] n. pl. orgies [earlier chiefly in pl. < Fr orgies < L orgia, pl. < Gr, pl., secret rites, akin to ergon,WORK] 1. [usually pl.] in ancient Greece and Rome, feasting and wild celebration in worship of certain gods, esp. Dionysus 2 …

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  • 13 Orgy — Illustration by Édouard Henri Avril For the religious rites of ancient Greece, see Orgia. For the American synth rock band, see Orgy (band) In modern usage, an orgy is a sex party where guests engage in promiscuous or multifarious sexual activity …

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  • 14 orgy — [[t]ɔ͟ː(r)ʤi[/t]] orgies 1) N COUNT An orgy is a party in which people behave in a very uncontrolled way, especially one involving sexual activity. It was reminiscent of a scene from a Roman orgy. ...a drunken orgy. 2) N COUNT: with supp, usu N… …

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  • 15 orgy — n. 1) to engage in, stage an orgy 2) a drunken orgy * * * [ ɔːdʒɪ] stage an orgy a drunken orgy to engage in …

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  • 16 orgy — UK [ˈɔː(r)dʒɪ] / US [ˈɔrdʒɪ] noun Word forms orgy : singular orgy plural orgies 1) [countable] a party at which there is a lot of drinking and sexual activity 2) [singular] an occasion on which someone does something in an extreme and… …

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  • 17 orgy — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ drunken, sex, sexual ▪ wild VERB + ORGY ▪ have PREPOSITION ▪ …

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  • 18 orgy — or|gy [ˈo:dʒi US ˈo:r ] n plural orgies [Date: 1500 1600; : Old French; Origin: orgie, from Latin orgia (plural), from Greek] 1.) a wild party with a lot of eating, drinking, and sexual activity ▪ the drunken orgies of their youth 2.) sexual… …

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  • 19 orgy — noun (plural orgies) Etymology: Middle French orgie, from Latin orgia, plural, from Greek; akin to Greek ergon work more at work Date: circa 1561 1. secret ceremonial rites held in honor of an ancient Greek or Roman deity and usually… …

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  • 20 orgy — or|gy [ ɔrdʒi ] noun count 1. ) a party at which there is a lot of drinking and sexual activity 2. ) orgy of an occasion on which someone does something in an extreme and uncontrolled way: SPREE: an orgy of killing ╾ or|gi|as|tic [ ,ɔrdʒi æstık ] …

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