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Definition of Orbic

Orbic
Orbic Or"bic, Orbical Or"bic*al, a. [L. orbicus, or orbitus, fr. orbis orb.] Spherical; orbicular; orblike; circular. [R.] --Bacon.

Meaning of Orbic from wikipedia

- The Orb is an electronic music group founded in 1988 by Alex Paterson and The KLF member Jimmy Cauty. Beginning as ambient and dub DJs in London, their...
- Orb or Orbs may refer to: Sphere Orb (river), in southern France Orb (Kinzig), a tributary of the Kinzig river in Germany Bad Orb, a town in Hesse, Germany...
- The Battle of Doljești was fought on 12 April 1457 and the Battle of Orbic was fought on 14 April 1457 between the forces of Ştefan cel Mare and the forces...
- Orb-weaver spiders or araneids are members of the spider family Araneidae. They are the most common group of builders of spiral wheel-shaped webs often...
- light by unfocused particles, these artifacts are also sometimes called orbs, referring to a common paranormal claim. Some appear with trails, suggesting...
- Ultraman Orb (ウルトラマンオーブ, Urutoraman Ōbu) is a ****anese tokusatsu television series produced by Tsuburaya Productions and broadcast on TV Tokyo. This series...
- Orb was a freeware streaming software that enabled users to remotely access all their personal digital media files including pictures, music, videos and...
- The globus cruciger (Latin for "cross-bearing orb"), also known as "the orb and cross", is an orb (Latin: globus) surmounted (Latin: gerere, to wear)...
- regions around the world. They are commonly called golden silk orb-weavers, golden orb-weavers, giant wood spiders, or banana spiders. The genus name...
- In astrology, the orb is how much an angle made by two points differs from the exactness of an aspect. A trine, for instance, is 120 degrees. If two points...
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