Definition and similar words in English:

  • orc   
    Tough and warlike humanoid creatures in various fantasy settings, particularly in the stories of Middle-earth written by J. R. R. Tolkien. They are commonly portrayed as misshapen humanoids with brutal, warmongering, sadistic, yet cowardly tendencies.

Example sentences with "Orc", translation memory

Orcs patrol the eastern shore.We must wait for cover of darkness. It is not the eastern shore that worries me
But orc-arrows are plenty, and the sight of one would not be taken as a sign of Doom by Boromir of Gondor.
One of the most energetic matches in WCIII’s first round was shown to us by Grubby, losing the first game against Happy ( download the replay ), struggling in the second, but recovering amazingly to eventually defeat Happy 2:1 thus keeping his title "King of the Orcs".
Battalions of Orcs are crossing the river
His Orcs have multiplied
Pippin was bruised and torn, his aching head was grated by the filthy jowl and hairy ear of the Orc that held him.
'We reached the forest- eaves before them, and if after that any living thing broke through our ring, then it was no Orc and had some elvish power.'
Look, the Orcs
They constructed massive arenas where the orcs honed their warrior skills in trials of combat and death.
Certain that the orcs had returned to their warlike ways, the demigod Cenarius came forth to drive Hellscream and his orcs back.
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