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O, o$s, o-zees, oah, oh, oa, aw,
O [oː]
O, oa
n. The fifteenth letter of the alphabet.
o, o$, oa, ae, ay, a, oh, i, a, uv, av, af, e, a$, ie, eh, iv, ea, ei, ah$, e$, $i, ooh, ö, uf, o$t, o$d, oit,
o [o, e, ə]
prep. Of. Belonging to.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
o it: Of it, contracted o't [ot, et, ət, E. -d]
o, oh, aw, aww, o, oh, aw, aww,
o [oː]
int. Often added after the rhyme-word at the end of a line or half-line in ballads and songs to match the words to the metre of a pre-existing tune.
 
oh
int. Oh!
oag, og, hoag, oge,
oag [I.Sh. oːg]
v. To creep, crawl, wriggle. To move slowly. To crawl or be infected with vermin.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
oagin: Creeping, crawling, wriggling.
uim, aem, uin, une, oone, uim, eem, ime, em, eum, eame, eam, aim, ame, nim, yim, yem, yimin, yimmin, yemin, yiminie, ön, uind, oamin, yoamin, haomin, yommin, hoom, aemin, yomein, oam, yoam, haom, yomm, hoom, aem, ome, yom,
oam [(j)oːm]
n. Steam or vapour as from a kettle. Condensation. A warm aroma or atmosphere.
v. To smoke or puff out.
 
uim [MN. jɪm, NN.b. im, eəm, I. ˈøm]
n. The condensation of moisture rising from the ground or the sea-shore in frosty or still weather. A hot atmosphere. MN. A thin film or coating on the surface of anything, scum, a layer of dust, condensed vapour etc.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
oamin: Of smoke: to pour out thickly, to puff.
oanshach,
oanshach [MN. ˈonʃəx]
n. A foolish person, an idiot.
 
From Gaelic oinnseach.
Oban, Oaban, Oabun,
Oban [oˈbən]
pn. Oban (Argyll and Bute).
obedient, obaidient, obedience, obediens, obaidience, obey, obay,
obey [obəi]
v. To obey.
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
mak obedience: To show one's respect by a curtsy or bow.
obedience [əˈbɛdɪəns]: Obedience.
obedient [əˈbɛdjənt]: Obedient
objectit, objeckit, objecit, objecit, objection, objections, object, objeck, obshick, obshikk,
object [n. ˈobdʒɪk(t), v. əbˈdʒɛk(t)]
n. An object. An objection. A person deserving of pity.
v. To object.
pt. pp. objectit
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
objection: Objection.
hae nae objections: To have no objection.
objectionable: Objectionable.
objective: Objective.
obleegement, obleigement, ableedgement, obleisment, obleistment, oblishment, obleege, obleige, ableedge, obleedge, opleege, obleish, oblish, ableege, ublehj, obleeged, ableeged, obleiged, ableedged, obligation, obligatioun, obligate, obligat, obligatit, obligated,
obleege [əˈblidʒ]
v. To oblige.
pt. pp. obleeged
 
Compounds and phrases etc.
 
obleegement: A kindness. A favour, a service.
obligate [ˈɔblɪget]: To bind, pledge, contract. pt. obligate pp. obligatit.
obligation: Obligation.

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