Orm

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Orm (in Old Norse and in modern Danish, Swedish, Norwegian (bokmål and nynorsk) the word for "snake", "worm" or "dragon") became an Anglo-Saxon personal name during period of the Danelaw. It may also refer to:

  • Orm, the author of the Ormulum, a 12th century Christian text
  • the commissioner of the Kirkdale sundial in 11th century England
  • the Ocean Master, a DC Comics supervillain and half-brother to Aquaman
  • Orm, the name of a dragon (and part of the name of other dragons) in the Earthsea series
  • Orm (given name), with a list of people with this name

ORM as an acronym may refer to:

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