Definitions of Ord

  1. An edge, point, or beginning. Nuttall's Standard dictionary of the English language. By Nuttall, P.Austin. Published 1914.

Usage examples for Ord

  1. Ord Sheridan, Crook, Gibbon, Griffin, Merritt, Ayers, Bartlett, Chamberlain, Forsythe, and Mitchie. – Lee's Last Campaign by John C. Gorman
  2. I for one, though I have not profited by the advantages the girls have commanded, and I daresay have not their brains"- she made the frank admission with womanly, motherly humility-" though I could not to save my life make one of Rose's beautiful water- colour sketches, or read Greek and Latin like 'little May, ' or even talk to the point on every subject under the sun like Annie, still I should not be happy if I had to keep company with Wilkins the butcher's or Ord the baker's wife, and they would not be happy either. – A Houseful of Girls by Sarah Tytler