ogre

  1. a cruel wicked and inhuman person
  2. (folklore) a giant who likes to eat human beings

Ogre

An ogre (feminine ogress) is a being usually depicted as a large, hideous, manlike monster that eats human beings. Ogres frequently feature in mythology, folklore, and fiction throughout the world. They appear in many classic works of literature, and are most often described in fairy tales and folklore as eating babies. In visual art, ogres are of...
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OGRE

OGRE (Object-Oriented Graphics Rendering Engine) is a scene-oriented, real-time, flexible 3D rendering engine (as opposed to a game engine) written in C++ and designed to make it easier and intuitive for developers to produce applications utilizing hardware-accelerated 3D graphics. The class library abstracts the details of using the underlying sy...
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ogre

[n] - (folklore) a giant who likes to eat human beings
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Ogre

• (n.) An imaginary monster, or hideous giant of fairy tales, who lived on human beings; hence, any frightful giant; a cruel monster.
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ogre

noun (folklore) a giant who likes to eat human beings
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Ogre

[Dungeons & Dragons] In the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game, ogres are a lesser race of giants. An aquatic subrace of ogres is known as `merrow`. D&D ogres are also closely related to the race of ogre magi, a more intelligent race with blue skin and great magical abilities. Typically Ogres stand between nine and ten feet tall a...
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Ogre

O'gre (ō'gẽr) noun [ French, from Spanish ogro , from Latin Orcus the god of the infernal regions; also, the lower world, hell.] An imaginary monster, or hideous giant of fairy tales, who lived on human beings; hence, any frightful giant; a cruel monster. « His schoolroo...
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ogre

a hideous giant represented in fairy tales and folklore as feeding on human beings. The word gained popularity from its use in the late 17th century ...
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Ogre

An ugly, oversized humanoid creature with great physical strength and little intelligence.
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Ogre

Large and ugly humanoid with deformed facial features
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