- A female ogre
- (heraldiccharge) A roundel sable.
- A spherical body; a globe; especially, one of the celestial spheres; a sun, planet, or star.
- In the small orb of one particular tear. --Shak.
- Whether the prime orb, Incredible how swift, had thither rolled. --Milton.
- One of the azure transparent spheres conceived by the ancients to be inclosed one within another, and to carry the heavenly bodies in their revolutions.
- A circle; especially, a circle, or nearly circular orbit, described by the revolution of a heavenly body; an orbit.
- The schoolmen were like astronomers, which did feign eccentrics, and epicycles, and such engines of orbs. --Bacon.
- You seem to me as Dian in her orb. --Shak.
- In orbs Of circuit inexpressible they stood, Orb within orb. --Milton.
- (rare) A period of time marked off by the revolution of a heavenly body. --Milton.
- (poetic) The eye, as luminous and spherical.
- A drop serene hath quenched their orbs. --Milton.
- (poetic) A revolving circular body; a wheel.
- The orbs Of his fierce chariot rolled. --Milton.
- (rare) A sphere of action. --Wordsworth.
- But in our orbs we'll live so round and safe. --Shak
- Same as Mound, a ball or globe.
- A translucent sphere appearing in flash photography.
- (poetic) To form into an orb or circle. --Milton. Lowell.
- (poetic) (transitive) To encircle; to surround; to inclose.
- (transitive) In the television programme/program w:Charmed, Charmed, to utilize the type of teleportation particularly associated with whitelighters.
- (poetic) (intransitive) To become round like an orb.
- (heraldry) A bordure which runs around the outline of a shield without touching the edge.
- 1819: In his hand he bore that singular "abacus", or staff of office, with which Templars are usually represented, having at the upper end a round plate, on which was engraved the cross of the Order, inscribed within a circle or , as heralds term it. " Walter Scott, Ivanhoe
- Open and not secret or concealed.