A large round juicy citrus fruit with a tough bright reddish-yellow rind
A town in southern France, on the Rhône, home of the ancestors of the Dutch royal house
Relating to the Orange Order
The Dutch royal house, originally a princely dynasty of the principality centred on the town of Orange in the 16th century
A city in northeastern New Jersey, northwest of Newark; population 65,390 (est. 2008)
British a report of the former Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries dealing with marketing questions and published in orange covers (now historical).
A wooden box used to carry (formerly also: †in which to cultivate) oranges.
A slice of orange peel prepared for eating, usually by being dried or candied.
= Orangeman's Day.
The larva of the giant swallowtail butterfly, Papilio cresphontes, which feeds on the foliage of orange and other citrus trees.
A Fijian dove, Ptilinopus victor, of which the male is bright orange with a greenish head and the female dark green.
Angling. A fly with an orange body and black wings, used as bait; an artificial fly imitating this. Now rare.
An Australian tree, Angophora lanceolata (family Myrtaceae), allied to the eucalypts.
The leaf of the orange tree.
A European lily, Lilium bulbiferum, with orange-red flowers, especially its var. croceum, the form most often cultivated, which has light orange flowers.
A mint smelling of oranges or orange blossom; (originally, perhaps) †a variety of wild mint, Mentha aquatica (obsolete); (now) bergamot mint, M.× piperita var. citrata.
A Eurasian geometrid moth, Angerona prunaria, the males of which have speckled orange wings.
An essential oil obtained from the rind of the orange.
A shade of red approaching orange.
A North American plant, goldenseal, Hydrastis canadensis, whose root yields an orange-yellow dye.
The rind of an orange; orange peel.
A bushy shrub of north temperate regions, which is cultivated for its strongly scented white flowers, the perfume of which resembles orange blossom
The skin of an orange
A cream-coloured butterfly of both Eurasia and North America, the male (and sometimes the female) of which has orange tips to the forewings
A suburban township in northeastern New Jersey, northwest of Newark; population 42,617 (est. 2008)
Prepared or served with orange slices or peel, or with an orange-flavoured sauce. Frequently as postpositive in the names of dishes, especially in duck à l'orange.
An orange crystalline dye that is the sodium salt of the azo compound of dimethylaniline and sulphanilic acid and is chiefly used as an acid–base indicator, changing from red to yellow-orange over a pH range of 3.1 to 4.4; (CH3)2NC6H4NNC6H4SO3Na.
Any of several Australian shrubs or small trees bearing edible globular orange fruits, especially species of orange-thorn (genus Citriobatus, family Pittosporaceae) and wild caper (genus Capparis, family Capparaceae) (also native orange tree); the fruit of any of these trees.
An orange windscreen badge displayed by a disabled driver indicating that he or she is entitled to a relaxation of normal parking restrictions.
Brandy flavoured with orange peel.
(Formerly) †cream flavoured with orange juice, beaten to the thickness of butter (obsolete); (in later use) butter flavoured with orange rind.
The colour of a ripe orange; = orange; (also) a pigment, dye, etc., of this colour. Also attributive or as adjective: = orange-coloured.
A county in southwestern California, between Los Angeles and San Diego; population 3,010,759 (est. 2008)
A large cowrie of the Pacific area, Cypraea aurantium, with an orange shell; also called golden cowrie.
A crate used to transport oranges; (in extended use) an aeroplane of obsolescent design (Services' slang).
The white flower of the orange tree; = orange blossom.
A small St John's wort, Hypericum gentianoides, of eastern North America, having tiny yellow flowers and scale-like leaves; also called nit-weed, pine-weed.
A jelly flavoured with orange juice and orange peel.
A fruit-fly larva that infests oranges, specifically (more fully Mexican orange maggot) that of Trypeta ludens (family Tephritidae).
= Orange procession.
Members of a former cult known chiefly for its belief in sexual freedom, led by Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh (d. 1990) and so named because of their orange robes.
An edible roughy, much prized for its white flesh. Found in deep waters of temperate oceans worldwide, its reddish body turns orange after being exposed to air
A Eurasian noctuid moth, Xanthia citrago, with yellow to orange-red forewings.
A yellowish-brown colour.
Any of several Australian thorny shrubs constituting the genus Citriobatus (family Pittosporaceae), which bear an edible berry resembling a small orange in appearance, especially C. pauciflorus; also called native orange.
Of a shade of yellow approaching orange.
The fruit of the naranjilla, Solanum quitoense.
A defoliant chemical used by the US in the Vietnam War
Another term for Seville orange.