What is orb?

  • (noun): The ball-shaped capsule containing the vertebrate eye.
    Synonyms: eyeball
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on orb, orbs:

Sorcerer's Orb
... Sorcerer's Orb (里見八犬伝 第一部 妖刀村雨丸, Satomi Hakkenden Daiichibu yōtō murasame maru?) is a 1954 black-and-white Japanese film directed by Toshikazu Kōn ... Its sequels include Sorcerer's Orb part 2 里見八犬伝 第二部 芳流閣の龍虎 (1954) Sorcerer's Orb part 3 ...
List Of Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Astray Characters - Three Ships Alliance - Crew of The Kusanagi
... Japanese), Jocelyne Loewen (English) Ex-Orb, Natural head of the M1 Astray squad on the Kusanagi, one of three test pilots of the Natural OS and the M1 Astray ... Ledonir Kisaka – Voiced by Isshin Chiba (Japanese), Adam Henderson (English) Orb, Natural Cagalli's guardian during her time with Desert Dawn, officer within the Orb military, and co-capta ... MVF-M11C Murasame during ZAFT's invasion of Orb remains behind in Orb with Cagalli after the Archangel heads to space ...
The Orb's Adventures Beyond The Ultraworld: Patterns And Textures
... The Orb's Adventures Beyond the Ultraworld Patterns and Textures is a 1992 (see 1992 in music) video by the UK electronic music collective The Orb ... as a bonus disk on a limited edition of the initial UK vinyl pressings of U.F.Orb ...
Cygnus (spacecraft) - Missions
... rendezvous with ISS, first mission to berth with ISS, second launch of Antares Orb CRS-1 2013 Standard Antares 120 First Cygnus Cargo Resupply Mission (CRS), first Antares launch to use ...
Orbs
... ORBS can be Baghdad International Airport, the former ICAO code Open Relay Behavior-modification System, a DNSBL with the acronym ORBS ...

More definitions of "orb":

  • (noun): An object with a spherical shape.
    Synonyms: ball, globe

Famous quotes containing the word orb:

    Thus the orb he roamed
    With narrow search, and with inspection deep
    Considered every creature, which of all
    Most opportune might serve his wiles, and found
    The serpent subtlest beast of all the field.
    John Milton (1608–1674)