Definición de orb en inglés:
- In the center of the vault was a pedestal, and on top of the pedestal was a spherical crystalline orb with some kind of necklace, or talisman beside it.
- Atop the neck's silver rings was a necklace of four orbs of different color: blue, red, green and violet.
- At the right, a turquoise orb rises above a glyphlike marking of black diamond shapes with arm-like appendages set against a purple ground.
- This is a rare example of a once popular print and presents a traditional representation of the monarch with crown, orb and sceptre, the instruments of monarchical power.
- And what should be made of the cross surmounting the orb?
- Edward's is the first English royal seal to survive; the image of the king in majesty, enthroned with orb and sceptre, was borrowed from German models.
- When the Earth is at its mean distance from the Sun, the solar orb has an apparent angular diameter of 0.533 degrees.
- She turned towards the door, her eyes still wide as moons and her face as pale as the orb itself.
- But the sun was setting very early these days, and with the dense clouds overhead, that pale orb might as well not even be there.
- Emma felt uneasy under the close observation of those pale blue orbs and hastily looked away.
- She looked into his eyes again, pale grey orbs that look almost white.
- Sometimes I get busted, I blush and avert my orbs.
- He refers to the orbs as the circles, radiations or beams of the planets ‘through which they may be joined by either corporal conjunction or aspect’.
- An orb of only 1 degree should be allowed for progressions.
- A minority group of astrologers, notably the famous Marathi astrologer, Katveji recommended using tighter orbs when examining sade-sati.
late Middle English (denoting a circle): from Latin orbis 'ring'.
The Latin word orbis ‘ring’ is the ancestor of orb and orbit (mid 16th century). During the Middle Ages an orb was a sphere or circle. In the early 17th century it developed the particular sense of a golden globe surmounted by a cross, forming part of the royal regalia. Orbit was originally a term for the eye socket, but the astronomical sense of the regular course of a celestial body was used as early as 1670.
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