orfe

noun
\ ˈȯ(ə)rf \
plural -s

Definition of orfe 

: an ide of a golden variety that is often stocked in ornamental pools broadly : ide

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History and Etymology for orfe

German orf, orfe, from Old High German orvo, from Latin orphus, a sea fish, from Greek orphos, orphōs; perhaps akin to Old English eorp, earp dark, dusky, Old High German erpf brown, Old Norse jarpr brown, Greek orphnos dark

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