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What's behind the name?
 
O-ri'on, n. {Oh-RY'-uhn} [ME,; L.; Gr. Orion, a mythological hunter.]
1. in astronomy, an equatorial constellation near Taurus, containing the first magnitude stars Rigel and Betelgeuse. The Orion constellation is one of the most spectacular and easily recognized - visible in the southern hemisphere on summer nights, and in the northern latitudes in winter.

Within Orion, the M42 nebula of interstellar matter is located at a distance of about 1,500 light- years from Earth. The constellation has the form of a warrior wearing a sword belt of three bright stars over a lion's skin, and carrying a club and sword, whose handle is the nebula. Bellatrix pinpoints Orion's left shoulder, and Saiph and Rigel manifest Orion's two legs.

2. in Greek and Roman mythology, this son of Poseidon was a famed hunter, and a warrior giant. He was blinded by Enopion, but Vulcan ~ the God of Fire ~ sent Cedalion to be his guide, and his sight was restored by journeying east to the rising of the sun. There Eos, Goddess of the Dawn, fell in love with him. Legend has it that the goddess Diana (Artemis) accidentally killed Orion with an arrow, and that he was subsequently placed by her ~ in tribute ~ as a mighty constellation in the heavens.



Trust, n. [ME. trust, tryst; ON. traust, trust, protection, firmness.]
1. confidence; a reliance or resting of the mind on the integrity, veracity, justice, friendship, or other sound principle of another person or thing.
2. one who, or that which, is trusted.
3. something received in confidence; that which is confided to one's faith; as, to violate a sacred trust.
4. responsibility or obligation resulting from this.
5. confident expectation of any event; anticipation; hope.
6. trustworthiness; loyalty.
7. keeping; care; custody.
8. confidence in a purchaser's intention or future ability to pay for goods, etc., delivered.
9. something entrusted to a person; a charge, duty, etc.
10. a combination of corporations in the same or allied Industries.
11. a group of like-minded individuals banded together for a common cause, or purpose.