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orle, orlet, orlo.
1. Narrow band or series of small fillets forming a border. Specifically, the fillet beneath the ovolo of a capital.

2. Cincture or fillet at the upper and lower extremities of a column-shaft, terminating the apophyge.

3. Plinth under the moulded base of a column or its pedestal.

4. Face of the fillet between parallel flutes of e.g. a shaft.

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orle (her.) band round the shield. XVI. — (O)F. orle (cf. mod. ourlet hem), f. ourler hem : — Rom. *ōrulāre, f. *ōrula, dim. of L. ōra edge, border.

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