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ădor, ŏris and ōris, n. [cf. 1. edo, ἔδομαι, Engl. to eat, Goth. ita, Sanscr. admi; and Ang.-Sax. ata = Engl. oat, and Sanscr. annam (for adnam) = food, corn], a kind of grain, spelt, Triticum spelta, Linn. (acc. to Paul. ex Fest.: Ador farris genus, edor quondam appellatum ab edendo, vel quod aduratur, ut fiat tostum, unde in sacrificio mola salsa officitur, p. 3 Müll.: Ador frumenti genus, quod epulis et immolationibus sacris pium putatur, unde et adorare, propitiare religiones, potest dictum videri, Non. 52, 20): cum pater ipse domus palea porrectus in horna Esset ador loliumque, Hor. S. 2, 6, 89: adŏris de polline, Aus. Mon. de Cibis, p. 238; Gannius ap. Prisc. p. 700: satos adŏris stravisse, id. ib.: ardor adōris, id. ib. (Ador is often indeclinable, acc. to Prisc. p. 785, 100 P.)