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Definitions of o

  1. Realty Income Corp.
  2. Order of
  3. Object Code
  4. Oscar Time Zone
  5. yarn over
  6. Engineering Order
  7. Blood group O
  8. Objective measurement. . As part of SOAP
  9. blood type in the ABO blood group
  10. & D Origin & Destination
  11. Ose ade t
  12. Organizational
  13. Organ
  14. Organization
  15. Ordered
  16. Owe
  17. Option
  18. Occlusal
  19. Oklahoma
  20. Oakland
  21. Ocean
  22. Orient
  23. Orlando
  24. Oslo
  25. Overall
  26. Object
  27. Olympia
  28. Oman
  29. Occur
  30. Occupancy
  31. Opal
  32. Oppose
  33. Ottawa
  34. Oahu
  35. Observe
  36. Optic
  37. Optimal
  38. Optimization
  39. Orbit
  40. Obsolescent
  41. Oval
  42. Occiput
  43. Operon
  44. Occupy
  45. Optics
  46. Optimize
  47. Optimum
  48. Osaka
  49. Ordnance
  50. Ore
  51. Outdoor
  52. Outflow
  53. Oven
  54. Oculus
  55. Octopus
  56. Odessa
  57. Oiled
  58. Oiling
  59. Oiler
  60. Obstruct
  61. Occlusion
  62. Octagon
  63. Octane
  64. Orinoco
  65. Optician
  66. Orthogonal
  67. Organisation
  68. Orbiter
  69. ortho-
  70. Octave
  71. October
  72. Oblate
  73. Obligate
  74. Olfactory
  75. Organics
  76. Ovine
  77. Oscilloscope
  78. Oxidant
  79. Oxidizing
  80. Oxygenate
  81. Oculomotor
  82. Official
  83. Olefin
  84. Omnivore
  85. Oncorhynchus
  86. Octahedron
  87. Opalescent
  88. Operating
  89. Octarius
  90. Oscillate
  91. Osmotic
  92. Ossify
  93. Overtone
  94. Oviduct
  95. Ovule
  96. Osteocyte
  97. Omicron
  98. Optional
  99. Oestrus
  100. Occlude
  101. Omasum
  102. Omnivorous
  103. Ozonization
  104. Ozonizer
  105. Ozonolysis
  106. Opsonin
  107. Oscillometry
  108. Osmometer
  109. Osteon
  110. Outgas
  111. Oxazolone
  112. Oxidize
  113. Orthorhombic
  114. Origin
  115. Ordinary
  116. Oral
  117. Opening
  118. Orphaned
  119. Opponent
  120. Oil
  121. Officer
  122. Oceania
  123. Octal
  124. Offsuit
  125. Ovulated
  126. Orgasm
  127. Outside
  128. Ovulate
  129. Oscar
  130. Omaha
  131. Octupole
  132. Oedogonium
  133. Onchoceriasis
  134. Opacify
  135. Opacifier
  136. Ozonide
  137. Ozonosphere
  138. Orthohedron
  139. Osazone
  140. Order
  141. OscilloMeter
  142. Osmometry
  143. Ovaloid
  144. owner
  145. oh
  146. Oder
  147. Offset
  148. Observatory
  149. Ostwarts
  150. Osten
  151. Obvious
  152. Ost
  153. ohm
  154. Octa-
  155. Orthohedral
  156. Oscillograph
  157. Oxigenator
  158. Surprised
  159. Out ( baseball)
  160. New Orleans, Louisiana ( mint mark)
  161. Oscar ( aviation letter code)
  162. Outstanding
  163. Offensive ( Catholic movie rating)
  164. Ortho ( Benzene)
  165. Hug(s)
  166. Order of Magnitude ( computer algorithms)
  167. Oxide
  168. Otis ( Redding)
  169. Officer ( military)
  170. Immediate ( logging abbreviation)
  171. Odin
  172. Oscar Robertson ( former NBA player)
  173. Oprah ( magazine)
  174. Ouest ( French: west)
  175. Othello
  176. Operator ( telephone)
  177. Observation ( US military aircraft designation; as in O-1)
  178. Orthogonal ( mathematics)
  179. Defensive Team ( sports/coaching)
  180. Omit
  181. Outliers
  182. Omikron ( German: Omicron; 15th letter of the Greek alphabet)
  183. Oberst ( German)
  184. Over to You ( radio communications)
  185. Morally Offensive ( Catholic movie rating)
  186. Origin Server ( Internet)
  187. Optional Levels ( board test for high schoolers, UK)
  188. Ohne Hauch ( antigen)
  189. Ost/Osten ( German: East)
  190. Measurement of Cloud Cover
  191. Toy train railroad gauge ( 2 1/4 inch wide, originated in Germany)
  192. Officer of Operations ( US Navy)
  193. Organized Naval Reserve ( US Navy)
  194. O, the fifteenth letter of the English alphabet, derives its form, value, and name from the Greek O, through the Latin. The letter came into the Greek from the Pho is most closely related to a, e, and u; as in E. bone, AS. bn; E. stone, AS. stn; E. broke, AS. brecan to break; E. bore, AS. beran to bear; E. dove, AS. dfe; E. toft, tuft; tone, tune; number, F. nombre.
  195. the fifteenth letter and fourth vowel of our alphabet, its sound intermediate between a and u-- with three values in English, the name-sound heard in note, the shorter sound heard in not, and the neutral vowel heard in son: as a numeral, ' nothing,' or ' zero' ( formerly O=11, and ([= O])= 11,000): ( chem.) the symbol of oxygen: anything round or nearly so ( pl. O'S, OES, pron. [= o]z).
  196. OH, [= o], interj. an exclamation of wonder, pain, desire, fear, & c. The form oh is the more usual in prose.-- O HONE! OCH HONE! an Irish exclamation of lamentation. [ A.S. eá.]
  197. usually written o', an abbrev. for of and on.
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