Bob: it was on 599, i couldn't exactly leave it that way
Sue: Wow you should see a therapist about that ORD
the day every Singaporean male remembers more than their birthday
the day that a Singapore servicemen in either the armed forces or police force completes his 2 years of compulsory service to the nation (NS).
often used in the term 'ORD LO' to describe the feeling of ending their service, and to mock servicemen who are still serving.
b: ORD LO!
2. A country
3. to hail from or originate in
4. a sharp, precise point of either land-spot or blade tip
directly from middle English (ord) first ednewed on the Anglish moot by English purists editors
Wiktionary claims dialectial modern usage lingers on in some parts of England.
No one knows the ord of the name London given by the Romefolk (Romans), who in the year 43 named the ord Londinium.
The building of the Olympic ord has inflowed newbuilding in Eastlondon.
Food-Strings (spaghetti) ord from Midrike (China).
Tertiary (third-hand borowing) source wiktionary useage examples:
"Saul drew his sword, And ran even upon the ord. — Cursor Mundi."
"And touched him with the spear's ord. — Romance of Sir Otuel."