Orlo is a person of portly habit, wearing a brown cassock. His face is confident and clever, with round alert eyes, a short nose, and an expression of genial optimism. He enjoys pastries and smacking ale, and especially the charms of of merry-hearted women. Indeed his is particularly adept at consoling or even enlivening the hearts of otherwise lonely widows.

Despite his portliness, he is nimble.

(Orlo is a character in Jack Vance's The Green Pearl.)