"orl" meaning in English

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Adverb

IPA: /ɔːl/ [UK], /ɔɹl/ [US]
enPR: ôrl Etymology: Pronunciation spelling. Head templates: {{en-adv|-}} orl (not comparable)
  1. Pronunciation spelling of all. Tags: alt-of, not-comparable, pronunciation-spelling Alternative form of: all
    Sense id: orl-en-adv-N2vtYRVI Categories (other): English pronunciation spellings

Noun

IPA: /ɔːl/ [UK], /ɔɹl/ [US]
enPR: ôrl Etymology: Metathetic variant of olr, itself a variant of alr, itself a contraction of aller, itself a form of alder closer to the original Old English form of alor, aler (the d was a phonetic addition in Middle English); compare the English oryelle, as well as the Old High German erila, the Middle High German erle, and the Modern German Erle. Etymology templates: {{l|en|metathesis|Metathetic}} Metathetic, {{m|en|olr}} olr, {{m|en|alr}} alr, {{m|en|aller}} aller, {{m|en|alder}} alder, {{m|ang|alor}} alor, {{m|ang|aler}} aler, {{m|en||d}} d, {{cog|en|oryelle}} English oryelle, {{cog|goh|erila}} Old High German erila, {{cog|gmh|erle}} Middle High German erle, {{cog|de|Erle}} German Erle Head templates: {{en-noun}} orl (plural orls) Forms: orls [plural]
  1. (in some British dialects, now rare) An alder tree. Tags: archaic, in some British dialects Categories (lifeform): Birch family plants
    Sense id: orl-en-noun-n2rjc6f0 Disambiguation of Birch family plants: 27 49 24
  2. (obsolete, rare, elliptically) orl fly Tags: ellipsis, obsolete, rare Categories (lifeform): Megalopterans
    Sense id: orl-en-noun-YJ7.3yHy Disambiguation of Megalopterans: 29 18 53

Inflected forms

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        "An alder tree."
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        "(obsolete, rare, elliptically) orl fly"
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    "en:Birch family plants",
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      "name": "cog"
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        "An alder tree."
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        "(in some British dialects, now rare) An alder tree."
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