to make or trigger to make toward the eastern; cause to assume an easterly way or aspect; orient; specifically, to put (a church) along with its altar-end toward the east. See orient, v., 2.
to ascertain or ascertain the career of, specifically with regards to the eastern; determine or fix the position or bearings of; figuratively, to take a person's proper bearings mentally.
to put, as a crystal, this kind of a posture on show clearly the real relation associated with the a number of parts.
To believe an easterly course; change or veer toward the eastern; especially (ecclesiastical), become so built that the end nearest the altar or large altar (ecclesiastically accounted the eastern end) is directed toward a specific point for the compass; specially, becoming so placed that main-stream eastern end is directed toward the geographic east.
To worship toward the east; particularly, to commemorate the eucharist in eastward place — which, facing the altar. See eastward, a.