Definition of ort in English:

ort

Syllabification: ort

Entry from US English dictionary

noun

(usually orts) archaic or dialect
A scrap or remainder of food from a meal.

Origin

late Middle English: from Middle Low German orte 'food remains', originally a compound of which the second element is related to eat.

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