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The fifteenth letter of the script|basic modern Latin alphabet.
(senseid) (non-gloss definition)
''O, Death! O, Death! Won't you spare me over til another year?'' - part of the refrain from the American folk song "A Conversation with Death".
1525, Tyndale's translation of Romans 2.1,3:
- Therefore arte thou inexcusable o man whosoever thou be that iudgest. For in that same where in thou iudgest another, thou cõdemnest thysilfe. For thou that iudgest doest evẽ the same silfe thynges. (..) Thynkest thou O man that iudgest them which do soche thyngs and yet dost evẽ the very same, that thou shalt escape the iudgemẽt of God?
(RQ:Coleridge Notes on Macbet)
- O! the affecting beauty of the death of Cawdor, and the presentimental speech of the king: (..)
Someone associated with Orient Football Club|Leyton Orient Football Club, as a player, coach, supporter etc.
The number of overs bowled.
1952, ''Collier's: Incorporating Features of the American Magazine'' (page 22)
- We lay on our stomachs on the living-room floor in a circle around our host, a skinny little man who said he'd been smoking O for 20 years.
(abbr of) (gloss)
(surname), the English form of a surname very common in Korea. ((l), ''hanja:'' (l), (l)).
(alternative form of)
The fifteenth letter in the Afar alphabet.
in a relationship
The fifteenth letter of the Dutch alphabet.
(abbreviation of); east
(abbreviation of); west
The fifteenth letter of the French alphabet.
The fifteenth letter of the German alphabet.
the 16th letter of the Spanish alphabet
(Latn-def) ''It is preceded by (l) and followed by (l).''