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1.
a very short girl who is a little bit overweight with high eyebrows and huge eyes and has a tendancy to waddle around like a duck... hence the name orville- the puppet used by keith harris.
ELLA HENSHAW aka ORVILLE

or sometimes ORVELLA
by Annoymousssssssssssss February 14, 2010
 
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The boy's name Orville \o-rville, or-ville\ is pronounced OR-vil. It is of Old French origin, and its meaning is "gold town".

This name was invented by Fanny Burney for a character in her 18th-century novel "Evelina". Inventor/aviator Orville Wright.

Orville has 5 variant forms: Orv, Orval, Orvell, Orvelle and Orvil.
Whats up Orville?!
by Orville :) August 13, 2008
 
3.
Trifling babydaddy with too many kids to take care of so he's decided he's not taking care of any of them
Look at him over there, he can't even take care of his kids...he's such an Orville.
by Phatty Gyrl July 25, 2008
 
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The word Orville originates from this (Taken from wikipedia);
"Orville the Duck is the puppet of ventriloquist Keith Harris and was named after Orville Wright, (one of the Wright Brothers). Orville was a green duckling who wore nothing but a nappy.

Orville appeared on BBC television from 1982 to 1990 on The Keith Harris Show, which featured assorted puppets such as Orville the Duck and Cuddles the Monkey. Orville's high point was Keith Harris' and Orville's hit single named "Orville's Song" — "I wish I could fly, right up to the sky, but I can't..." First charting in December 1982, this single reached number 4 in the UK Singles Chart the following month, and sold over 400,000 copies."

However the word has now slowly been used as an alternate pronunciation of Awful amoung the younger generation.

This is because both words have a similar sound when said aloud and is possibly linked with the overall opinion of Orville the duckling himself (awful).

Pronounced Or-Vill.
"This is pie is orville, it is mouldy"

"Your mum look orville!"

"Orville the duck is really orville"
by AntM November 05, 2005