- n. 逆戟鲸（等于Orcinus orca）；类逆戟鲸；兽人；魔鬼
- orca (n.)
- "killer whale," introduced as a generic term for the species by 1841, from earlier use in scientific names, from Latin orca "cetacean, a kind of whale." Earlier in English, orc, ork "large whale" (c. 1590), from French orque, had been used vaguely of sea monsters (see orc).
- 1. The orca told me our Savior is coming very soon.
- 2. Now Orca Strike can directly destroy a refinery or seriously damage a Tech Center.
- 3. Comes the orca whale in winter, with the news of our Savior's coming.
- 逆戟鲸的伴星在冬天来到, 带着我们的救世主来到的消息.
- 4. For instance, Your Orca will always unload one too many missiles into a near dead opponent.
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