Oranger vs Orangery - What's the difference?

oranger | orangery |


As an adjective oranger

is (orange).

As a noun orangery is

a greenhouse in which orange trees are grown.

oranger

English

Adjective

(head)
  • (orange)
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    orange

    English

    (wikipedia orange)

    Usage notes

    * It is commonly believed that “orange” has no rhymes. While there are no commonly used English dictionary words that rhyme exactly with “orange” (“door-hinge” comes close in US pronunciation), the English surname Gorringe is a rhyme, at least in UK pronunciation. See

    Noun

  • An evergreen tree of the genus Citrus'' such as ''Citrus sinensis .
  • The fruit of an orange tree; a citrus fruit with a slightly sour flavour.
  • The colour of a ripe fruit of an orange tree, midway between red and yellow.
  • Orange juice, or orange coloured and flavoured cordial.
  • Derived terms

    Adjective

    (en-adj)
  • Having the colour of the fruit of an orange tree; yellowred; reddish-yellow.
  • Antonyms

    * (having orange as its colour) nonorange

    Verb

    (orang)
  • To color orange.
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  • To become orange.
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  • See also

    * citrus * clementine * Cointreau * * mandarin * marmalade * murcott * naartjie * ortanique * pomander * satsuma * satsuma mandarin * satsuma tangerine * secondary colour * tangerine * triple sec * zest *

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    orangery

    English

    Noun

    (orangeries)
  • A greenhouse in which orange trees are grown.