Definition of ort in English:

ort

noun

archaic, dialect
  • usually ortsA scrap or remainder of food from a meal.

    debris, waste, waste matter, discarded matter, refuse, litter, scrap, flotsam and jetsam, lumber, rubble, wreckage

Pronunciation

ort

/ôrt/ /ɔrt/

Origin

Late Middle English from Middle Low German orte ‘food remains’, originally a compound of which the second element is related to eat.