orbita

Latin, meaning: a wheel rut
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orbita

Synonym: orbit. ... Origin: L. A wheel-track, fr. Orbis, circle ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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orbita

orbita (s), orbitae (pl) The pyramidal bony cavity in the skull that contains the eyeball and its accessory organs and comprises a roof, a floor, medial and lateral walls, and the orbital opening which forms the base anteriorly. Also called: orbit, orbital cavity, eye socket, concha of eye (outmoded), arcula (outmoded).
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orbita

Type: Term Pronunciation: ōr′bi-tă, -tē Synonyms: orbit
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Orbita

Orbita is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Orbita

[TV system] Orbita (орбита) is a Soviet-Russian system of broadcasting and delivering TV signals via satellites. It is considered to be the first national network of satellite television. The Orbita system is based on communication satellites in highly elliptical Molniya orbits, as well as on many ground downlink TV stations for recep
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