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ormer

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Etymology

Dialectal (Channel Islands) French, from French ormier, contraction of oreille-de-mer, from Latin auris maris, sea-ear.

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ormer

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  1. An abalone or sea-ear, particularly Haliotis tuberculata, common in the Channel Islands.

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Last modified on 3 October 2007, at 07:29