Orapuh (noun) /Pronounced: ora-pu/: International independent oral and public health information, education, and research organisation that promotes astute scholarship, proficiency, and open science in the field of oral and public health with a particular focus on addressing the underserved biases in resource-limited contexts.

Example of how to use the term in a sentence: ‘Is Orapuh offering that service too?’

Orapuh Tribe (noun) /Pronounced: ora-pu tr-ai-b/: professionals and scholars of Orapuh extraction.

Example of how to use the term in a sentence: ‘Is the speaker of the Orapuh tribe?’.

Orapuh Tribal Leaders (noun) /Pronounced: ora-pu tr-ai-bal li-ders/: persons who lead the Orapuh efforts at the various levels of organisational endeavours.

Example of how to use the term in a sentence: ‘there will be a meeting of Orapuh Tribal Leaders on Saturday’.

Orapuhian (noun) /Pronounced: ora-pu-hian/: demonym for a member of the Orapuh Tribe.

Example of how to use the term in a sentence: ‘Is he an Orapuhian?’

Orapuhism (noun) /Pronounced: ora-pu-hi-zim/: a dental and public health scholarly philosophy and movement that promotes astute scholarship, professional proficiency, and open science in the underserved biases as tools for advancing knowledge and practice and improving access to healthcare in resource-limited contexts.

Example of how to use the term in a sentence: ‘The entire concept of orapuhism flourishes to the benefit of the stakeholders in hard-to-reach settings’.

Oraposium (noun) /Pronounced: ora-po-zium/: symposium-like academic and clinical meeting to discuss a particular subject.

Example of how to use the term in a sentence: ‘I will be attending next Saturday’s Oraposium’.

Orapuhisation (noun) /Pronounced: ora-pu-hai-zation/:

1. the process of making someone or something Orapuh-conforming.

Example of how to use the term in a sentence: ‘The orapuhisation of the presentation involves 12 distinct steps’.

2. the act of becoming an Orapuhian.

Example of how to use the term in a sentence: ‘The orapuhisation of the Postgraduate Fellowship candidates is complete, I guess’.

3. the fact of making someone or something Orapuh conforming.

Example of how to use the term in a sentence: ‘The Fellows of the OCS are well-bred. Their orapuhisation was thorough’.

Orapuhise (verb) /Pronounced: Ora-pu-hai-ze/: to make someone or something Orapuh-conforming.

Example of how to use the term in a sentence: ‘this presentation is shabby. You should work with your mentor to orapuhise it’.

Orapuhises (verb) /Pronounced: ora-pu-hai-zis/: to make someone or something Orapuh-conforming (3rd person present).

Example of how to use the term in a sentence: ‘That Rapporteur orapuhises every report’.

Orapuhiser (noun) /Pronounced: ora-pu-hai-zer/: a person, project or programme that ensures that Orapuh people, processes, and products are Orapuh-conforming.

Example of how to use the term in a sentence: ‘That young man is a great orapuhiser’.

Orapuhised (adjective) /Pronounced: ora-pu-hai-zed/: made Orapuh-conforming.

Example of how to use the term in a sentence: ‘The lady was less concerned about her work; but now that she has been orapuhised, she is good’.

Orapuhising (adjective) /Pronounced: ora-pu-hai-zing/: to orapuhise someone or something.

Example of how to use the term in a sentence: ‘Orapuhising new candidates at the OFP is an arduous task’.

OCliCR (noun) /Pronounced: Okli Cee Ar/: acronym for Orapuh Clinical Case Reviews, a fortnight peer-appraised clinical meeting to review real-life clinical cases from varying practices presented by the dominant clinician that handled them. The exercise aims to enhance clinical judgement skills, foster clinical proficiency, and improve patient care.

Example of how to use the term in a sentence: ‘It seems that you have been scheduled to present that noma case at the OCliCR next week’.