Orangeman


Or·ange·man

noun \ˈär-inj-mən, ˈär(-ə)nj-, ˈr-inj-, ˈr(-ə)nj-\

Definition of ORANGEMAN

1
:  a member of a secret society organized in the north of Ireland in 1795 to defend the British sovereign and to support the Protestant religion
2
:  a Protestant Irishman especially of Ulster

Origin of ORANGEMAN

William III of England, prince of Orange
First Known Use: 1796

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