Online Dictionary

o Explained

o at CMU American English spelling Of Explained:

[əu]

o at Interlingua => English Of Explained:

conj or;o ... o either ... or

o at Latin => English Of Explained:

olor="darkseagreen">INTERJ Oh!;

O at English => English (Longman) Of Explained:

o/[hA353][hA35E] $ o[hA35E]/ n plural O's o's //
1 [U and C] the 15th letter of the English alphabet:
2 [U] spoken zero: --My phone number is six o four double two (=60422) .//
3 [U] a common type of blood:
interjection [Date: 1100-1200; Origin: Natural sound]//
1 used when praying to a god or, in the past, when speaking to someone in great authority: --O Lord, in you I put my trust.//
2 another form of oh:

o at Afrikaans => English Of Explained:

an

o at English => English (Buchstabieren) Of Explained:

ake,

ö at English => English (Buchstabieren) Of Explained:

, show, sug

ó at Hungarian => English Of Explained:

old, wretch that I am!

o at Italian => English Of Explained:

either

o at Japanese => English Of Explained:

at, cord, in, on, ridge, strap, tail, thong

o at Portuguese => English Of Explained:

the

o at Spanish => English Of Explained:

or

ö at Swedish => English Of Explained:

island, isle

ö at Swedish => english Of Explained:

island, isle

o at Welsh => English Of Explained:

(interj.) oh, O!

o at Welsh => English Of Explained:

(pron.)

o at Afrikaans => English Of Explained:

oh

woe

o at Croatian => English Of Explained:


about, after, each, every, of, oh, on, regarding, relating to, that, their, upon

o at Dutch => English Of Explained:

o [o]
oh

o at Portuguese => English Of Explained:

the

o at Spanish => English Of Explained:

or(aŭ)

ö at Swedish => English Of Explained:

island

o at Turkish => English Of Explained:

bsolution, pardon examine

o at Polish => English Of Explained:

O
ABOUT

O
OF

O
ON

O at English => English (Oxford Advanced Learners) Of Explained:

noun, exclamation
noun (also o) (plural O's, o's )
1 [C, U] the 15th letter of the English alphabet:
'Orange' begins with (an) O / 'O'.
2 (spoken) used to mean 'zero' when saying telephone numbers, etc:
My number is six o double three (= 6033).
see also O GRADE, O LEVEL
exclamation (rare, especially literary) = OH

O at English => English (Websters 1913) Of Explained:

O \O\ ([=o]), n.; pl. {O's} or {Oes} ([=o]z).
1. The letter O, or its sound. ``Mouthing out his hollow oes
and aes.'' --Tennyson.

2. Something shaped like the letter O; a circle or oval.
``This wooden O [Globe Theater]''. --Shak.

3. A cipher; zero. [R.]

Thou art an O without a figure. --Shak.

O \O\ ([=o]).
1. 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
Ph[oe]nician, which possibly derived it ultimately from
the Egyptian. Etymologically, the letter o is most closely
related to a, e, and u; as in E. bone, AS. b[=a]n; E.
stone, AS. st[=a]n; E. broke, AS. brecan to break; E.
bore, AS. beran to bear; E. dove, AS. d[=u]fe; E. toft,
tuft; tone, tune; number, F. nombre. The letter o has
several vowel sounds, the principal of which are its long
sound, as in bone, its short sound, as in nod, and the
sounds heard in the words orb, son, do (feod), and wolf
(book). In connection with the other vowels it forms
several digraphs and diphthongs. See Guide to
Pronunciation, [sect][sect] 107-129.

2. Among the ancients, O was a mark of triple time, from the
notion that the ternary, or number 3, is the most perfect
of numbers, and properly expressed by a circle, the most
perfect figure. O was also anciently used to represent 11:
with a dash over it ([=O]), 11,000.

O \O\ ([=o]), a. [See {One}.]
One. [Obs.] --Chaucer. ``Alle thre but o God.'' --Piers
Plowman.

O \O\, interj.
An exclamation used in calling or directly addressing a
person or personified object; also, as an emotional or
impassioned exclamation expressing pain, grief, surprise,
desire, fear, etc.

For ever, O Lord, thy word is settled in heaven. --Ps.
cxix. 89.

O how love I thy law ! it is my meditation all the day.
--Ps. cxix.
97.

Note: O is frequently followed by an ellipsis and that, an in
expressing a wish: ``O [I wish] that Ishmael might live
before thee !'' --Gen. xvii. 18; or in expressions of
surprise, indignation, or regret: ``O [it is sad] that
such eyes should e'er meet other object !'' --Sheridan
Knowles.

Note: A distinction between the use of O and oh is insisted
upon by some, namely, that O should be used only in
direct address to a person or personified object, and
should never be followed by the exclamation point,
while Oh (or oh) should be used in exclamations where
no direct appeal or address to an object is made, and
may be followed by the exclamation point or not,
according to the nature or construction of the
sentence. Some insist that oh should be used only as an
interjection expressing strong feeling. The form O,
however, is, it seems, the one most commonly employed
for both uses by modern writers and correctors for the
press. ``O, I am slain !'' --Shak. ``O what a fair and
ministering angel !'' ``O sweet angel !'' --Longfellow.

O for a kindling touch from that pure flame !
--Wordsworth.

But she is in her grave, -- and oh The difference
to me ! --Wordsworth.

Oh for a lodge in some vast wilderness !
--Cowper.

We should distinguish between the sign of the
vocative and the emotional interjection, writing
O for the former, and oh for the latter. --Earle.

{O dear}, & {O dear me!} [corrupted fr. F. O Dieu! or It. O
Dio! O God! O Dio mio! O my God! --Wyman.], exclamations
expressive of various emotions, but usually promoted by
surprise, consternation, grief, pain, etc.

o at English => English (Computer) Of Explained:

O

{ASCII} code 79, The letter of the alphabet, not
to be confused with 0 ({zero}) the digit.

(1999-02-07)

O at English => English (WordNet) Of Explained:

O
n 1: the blood group whose red cells carry neither the A nor B
antigens; "people with type O blood are universal
donors" [syn: {type O}, {group O}]
2: a nonmetallic bivalent element that is normally a colorless
odorless tasteless nonflammable diatomic gas; constitutes
21 percent of the atmosphere by volume; the most abundant
element in the earth's crust [syn: {oxygen}, {atomic
number 8}]
3: the 15th letter of the Roman alphabet

o at Sanskrit => English (Monier-Williams) Of Explained:

o

1[ o ]1 the thirteenth vowel of the alphabet ( corresponding to
English [ o ] )

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o

1[ o ]2 ind. an interjection cf. L.

---> a particle of addressing

---> calling

---> reminiscence

---> of compassion cf. L.

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o

1[ o ]3 [ os ] m. N. of Brahmā cf. L.

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o

1[ ^o ]4 ( [ A-√ u ] )

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o at English (WD) Of Explained:

Inter: also » Appendix:Variations of "o"|O

Translingual

Inter: Basic Latin character info » previous=n|next=p|image=Category: Image - :Letter o.svg|50px|name=LATIN SMALL LETTER O|hex=6F
Inter: wikipedi » a

Letter

Inter: mul-letter » upper=O|lower=o|script=Latn
  • The fifteenth letter of the Category: Appendix - :Latin script|basic modern Latin alphabet.

    Pronunciation

    * Inter: IPA » /o/|lang=mul, Inter: X-SAMPA » /o/
    • Inter: audio » Close-mid back rounded vowel.ogg|IPA

      Symbol

      Inter: wikipedia » Close-mid back rounded vowel


    Inter: head » mul|symbol
  • Inter: context » Category: w - :IPA|IPA close-mid back rounded vowel

    See also

    Inter: Latn-scrip » t

  • Inter: Letter »
    |page=O
    |NATO=Oscar
    |Morse=–––
    |Character=O
    |Braille=⠕
    on="Letter styles" perrow=3>
    Image:Latin O.png|Capital and lowercase versions of ong>Oong>, in normal and italic type
    Image:Fraktur letter O.png|Uppercase and lowercase ong>Oong> in Fraktur

    Category: Category - :IPA symbols|O

    English

    Etymology 1

    Pronunciation

    * Inter: a » UK Inter: IPA » /əʊ/, Inter: X-SAMPA » /@U/
    • Inter: audio » en-uk-o.ogg|Audio (UK)
    • Inter: a » US Inter: IPA » /oʊ/, Inter: X-SAMPA » /oU/
    • Inter: audio » en-us-o.ogg|Audio (US)
    • Inter: homophones » oh|owe
    • Inter: rhymes » əʊ

      Letter

      Inter: en-letter » upper=O|lower=o


  • Inter: Latn-def » en|letter|15|o
    See also
    * Inter: list:Latin script letters/e » n

    Number

    Inter: en-number » upper=O|lower=o

  • Inter: Latn-def » en|ordinal|15|o

    Noun

    Inter: en-noun » es

  • Inter: Latn-def &raquo; en|name|O|o<ol>
  • A zero Inter: qualifier &raquo; used in reading out numbers.
    See also
    * Inter: list:Latin script letter names/e &raquo; n
    Derived terms
    * okay

  • ol>
  • kayo
    Translations
    Inter: trans-top &raquo; name of the letter O, o
  • Arabic: Inter: t- &raquo; ar|أوه|m|tr='uuh, 'oh
  • Catalan: Inter: t+ &raquo; ca|o|f
  • Chinese:
  • : Mandarin: Inter: qualifier &raquo; English letter names are called as in English, no other standard Mandarin name exists
  • Esperanto: Inter: t+ &raquo; eo|o
  • Hindi: Inter: t+ &raquo; hi|ओ|tr=o
  • Japanese: Inter: t+ &raquo; ja|オウ|tr=ou

  • Inter: trans-mi &raquo; d
    • Korean: Inter: t+ &raquo; ko|오|tr=o|sc=Hang
    • Latin: Inter: t+ &raquo; la|o|alt=ō
    • Marathi: Inter: t- &raquo; mr|ओ|tr=o|sc=Deva
    • Portuguese: Inter: t+ &raquo; pt|ó|m
    • Russian: Inter: t+ &raquo; ru|оу|n|tr=óu Inter: qualifier &raquo; English, Inter: t+ &raquo; ru|о|n|tr=o
    • Turkish: Inter: t+ &raquo; tr|o
    • Vietnamese: Inter: t+ &raquo; vi|o


    Inter: trans-botto &raquo; m

    Etymology 2

    Interjection

    Inter: en-inter &raquo; j
  • Inter: archaic &raquo; always capitalized The English vocative particle, used before a pronoun or the name of a person or persons to mark direct address.<ol>
  • ong>1611ong>, King James Bible, Galatians 3:1:
  • : ong>Oong> foolish Galatians, who hath bewitched you, that ye should not obey the truth, before whose eyes Jesus Christ hath been evidently set forth, crucified among you?
  • Inter: alternative form of &raquo; oh
    Translations
    Inter: trans-top &raquo; vocative particle to mark direct address

  • ol>
  • Arabic: Inter: t+ &raquo; ar|يا|tr=yaa, Inter: t- &raquo; ar|أيها|tr='ayyuhaa
  • Chinese:
  • : Mandarin: Inter: t- &raquo; cmn|噢|tr=ō|sc=Hani, Inter: t- &raquo; cmn|喔|tr=ō|sc=Hani
  • French: Inter: t+ &raquo; fr|ô
  • German: Inter: t+ &raquo; de|o
  • Irish: Inter: t+ &raquo; ga|a

  • Inter: trans-mi &raquo; d
    • Japanese: Inter: t+ &raquo; ja|ああ|tr=ā, Inter: t- &raquo; ja|ねえ|tr=nē
    • Persian: Inter: t &raquo; fa|ای|tr=ey|sc=fa-Arab
    • Portuguese: Inter: t+ &raquo; pt|ó
    • Russian: Inter: t+ &raquo; ru|о|tr=o
    • Ukrainian: Inter: t+ &raquo; uk|о|tr=o


    Inter: trans-botto &raquo; m

    Inter: abbreviatio &raquo; n

    ong>Oong>
  • Inter: IR &raquo; C Operator<ol>
  • Object, see SVO
  • Over

    See also

    * O

    External links

    * Inter: pedialite &raquo; blood type

  • ol>

    Aragonese

    Etymology

    From Inter: etyl &raquo; la|an Inter: term &raquo; illo|illō|lang=la, ablative form of Inter: term &raquo; ille||that|lang=la.

    Article

    Inter: head &raquo; an|article|gender=m|definite singular
  • the<ol>
  • : ong>Oong> río Ebro – "The Ebro River"

    Usage notes

    * Becomes Inter: term &raquo; l'|lang=an before many words beginning with a vowel.

  • ol>
  • The form Inter: term &raquo; lo|lang=an, either pronounced as lo or ro, can be found after words ending with an -o.
  • Eastern dialects use the form Inter: term &raquo; el|lang=an.

  • Asturian

    Etymology

    From Inter: etyl &raquo; la|ast Inter: term &raquo; aut|lang=la.

    Conjunction

    Inter: head &raquo; ast|conjunction
  • or

  • Azeri

    Letter

    Inter: az-letter &raquo; upper=O|lower=o
  • Inter: Latn-def &raquo; az|letter|21

    See also

    * Inter: list:Latin script letters/a &raquo; z

  • Borôro

    Pronunciation

    * Inter: IPA &raquo; /ˈɔ/|lang=bor

    Noun

    Inter: head &raquo; bor|noun
  • tooth

  • Catalan

    Etymology 1

    Noun

    Inter: ca-noun &raquo; f
  • The Category: Appendix - :Latin script|Latin letter O (lowercase o).

    Etymology 2

    From Inter: etyl &raquo; la|ca Inter: term &raquo; aut|lang=la.

    Conjunction

    Inter: head &raquo; ca|conjunction

  • or

  • Category: Category:ca:Latin letter names -

    Crimean Tatar

    Pronoun

    Inter: head &raquo; crh|pronoun|personal
  • he, she, it

    Pronoun

    Inter: head &raquo; crh|pronoun|demonstrative

  • that

    Synonyms

    * (in the northern dialect) anav

  • Czech

    Pronunciation

    * Inter: audio &raquo; Cs-o.ogg|audio

    Preposition

    Inter: cs-pre &raquo; p
  • about<ol>
  • for

    Usage notes

    The meaning about is followed by locative case, while the second meaning, for, is followed by accusative case.

  • ol>

    Dutch

    Pronunciation

    * Inter: rhymes &raquo; oː|lang=nl
    • Inter: IPA &raquo; /oː/|lang=nl
    • Inter: audio &raquo; Nl-o.ogg|Audio

      Interjection

      Inter: head &raquo; nl|interjection


  • oh

    Letter

    Inter: head &raquo; nl|letter|lower case||upper case|O

  • The fifteenth letter of the Dutch alphabet.

    See also

    * Previous letter: n
    • Next letter: p


    Esperanto

    Pronunciation

    * Inter: audio &raquo; Eo-o.ogg|Audio

    Letter

    Inter: eo-letter &raquo; upper=O|lower=o
  • Inter: Latn-def &raquo; eo|letter|19|o

    See also

    * Inter: list:Latin script letters/e &raquo; o

    Noun

    Inter: eo-noun &raquo; pl=o-oj|asg=o-on|apl=o-ojn

  • Inter: Latn-def &raquo; eo|name|O|o

    See also

    * Inter: list:Latin script letter names/e &raquo; o

  • Fala

    Etymology 1

    From Inter: etyl &raquo; roa-ptg|fax Inter: term &raquo; o|lang=roa-ptg, from Inter: etyl &raquo; la|fax Inter: term &raquo; illo||he|lang=la.

    Article

    Inter: head &raquo; fax|article|g=m|plural|os|feminine|a|feminine plural|as
  • masculine singular definite article (the)<ol>
  • Inter: quote-book &raquo; year=2000|author=Domingo Frades Gaspar|title=Vamus a falal: Notas pâ coñocel y platical en nosa fala|publisher=Editora regional da Extremadura|section=Chapter 1: Lengua Española|passage=ong>Oong> términu de Valverdi, mais grandi, limita con Portugal, precisamenti con dois distintius Departamentos, que eran Beira Alta con capital en Guarda, a Beira Baixa con capital en Castelo Branco.|translation=ong>Theong> Valverde locality, the biggest, borders Portugal, more precisely with two distinct departments, which were Beira Alta with Guarda as its capital, and Beira Baixa with Castelo Branco as its capital.

    Etymology 2

    From Inter: etyl &raquo; roa-ptg|fax Inter: term &raquo; ou|lang=roa-ptg, from Inter: etyl &raquo; la|fax Inter: term &raquo; aut||or|lang=la.

    Conjunction

    Inter: head &raquo; fax|conjunction

  • ol>
  • or
  • Inter: quote-book &raquo; year=2000|author=Domingo Frades Gaspar|title=Vamus a falal: Notas pâ coñocel y platical en nosa fala|publisher=Editora regional da Extremadura|section=Theme 6|passage=Poin encontralsi, a o millol, hasta “oitoong>oong> mais.|translation=There can be found, at best, up to “eight” ong>orong> more.

  • French

    Letter

    Inter: head &raquo; fr|letter|head=o
  • o (miniscule)

    Abbreviation

    Inter: head &raquo; fr|abbreviation

  • Inter: computing &raquo; lang=fr octet Inter: gloss &raquo; B (byte)

    Derived terms

    * Inter: sense &raquo; computing ko , Mo , Go , To , Po , Eo , Zo , Yo
    • Inter: sense &raquo; computing o/s , ko/s , Mo/s , Go/s , To/s , Po/s , Eo/s , Zo/s , Yo/s


    Galician

    Etymology

    From Inter: etyl &raquo; la|gl Inter: term &raquo; ille||that|lang=la.

    Pronunciation

    * Inter: audio &raquo; Gl-o.ogg|Audio

    Article

    Inter: head &raquo; gl|article|g=m|g2=s|feminine singular|a|masculine plural|os|feminine plural|as
  • Inter: context &raquo; definite the

    Usage notes

    The definite article o (in all its forms) regularly forms contractions when it follows the prepositions Inter: term &raquo; a||to|lang=gl, Inter: term &raquo; con||with|lang=gl, Inter: term &raquo; de||of, from|lang=gl, and Inter: term &raquo; en||in|lang=gl. For example, con o ("with the") contracts to Inter: term &raquo; co|lang=gl, and en o ("in the") contracts to Inter: term &raquo; no|lang=gl.

    Derived terms

    Inter: top &raquo; 2
    • Inter: l &raquo; gl|ao
    • Inter: l &raquo; gl|co
    • Inter: l &raquo; gl|do


    Inter: mid &raquo; 2
  • Inter: l &raquo; gl|no
  • Inter: l &raquo; gl|ó

  • Inter: botto &raquo; m

    Pronoun

    Inter: gl-pron &raquo; form=acconly|g=m|nom=el|obl=el|dat=lle
  • him (masculine singular third-person personal pronoun)

    Usage notes

    The third-person direct object pronouns Inter: term &raquo; o|lang=gl, Inter: term &raquo; os|lang=gl, Inter: term &raquo; a|lang=gl, and Inter: term &raquo; as|lang=gl, have variant forms prefixed with l- or n-. These alternative forms appear depending on the ending of the preceding word. The l- forms (e.g. Inter: term &raquo; lo|lang=gl) are used when the preceding word ends in -r or -s. The n- forms (e.g. Inter: term &raquo; no|lang=gl) are used when the preceding word ends in a -u or a diphthong. These alternative forms are then suffixed to the preceding word.

  • In all other situations, the standard forms of the pronouns are used (Inter: term &raquo; o|lang=gl, Inter: term &raquo; os|lang=gl, Inter: term &raquo; a|lang=gl, Inter: term &raquo; as|lang=gl) and are not suffixed to the preceding word.
    These direct object pronouns also form contractions when they immediately follow an indirect object pronoun. For example, Dou che o ("I gave you it.") contracts to Dou cho.

    Derived terms

    Inter: top &raquo; 2
    • Inter: l &raquo; gl|cho
    • Inter: l &raquo; gl|llelo
    • Inter: l &raquo; gl|llo


    Inter: mid &raquo; 2
  • Inter: l &raquo; gl|mo
  • Inter: l &raquo; gl|nolo
  • Inter: l &raquo; gl|volo

  • Inter: botto &raquo; m

    Related terms

    * Inter: l &raquo; gl|a
    • Inter: l &raquo; gl|os

      See also

      * Category: Appendix:Galician pronouns -
    • Inter: l &raquo; gl|se
    • Inter: l &raquo; gl|seu


    German

    Particle

    Inter: head &raquo; de|particle
  • O

  • Gothic

    Romanization

    Inter: got-rom &raquo; head=ō
  • {{got-romanization of|
  • ơ at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: Latin Extended-B character info &raquo; hex=01A1|name=LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH HORN|next=Ƣ|previous=Ơ
    Inter: also &raquo; Ꮕ|Appendix:Variations of "o"

    Vietnamese

    Letter

    Inter: head &raquo; vi|letter|lower case||upper case|Ơ
  • The 19th letter of the Vietnamese alphabet, preceded by Ô and followed by P, and representing Inter: IPAchar &raquo; /ɤ/.<ol>
  • level tone: ong>ơong>
  • high rising: ớ
  • low: ờ
  • dipping-rising: ở
  • high rising glottalized: ỡ
  • low glottalized: ợ

    See also

    * Inter: pedialit &raquo; e

  • ol>
    Inter: Latn-scrip &raquo; t
    Category: Category - :Vietnamese letters|O
    Translation: fr &raquo; ơ
    Translation: li &raquo; ơ
    Translation: vi &raquo; ơ
    Translation: zh &raquo; ơ

    ő at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: Latin Extended-A character info &raquo; hex=151|name=LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH DOUBLE ACUTE
    Inter: also &raquo; Appendix:Variations of "o"

    Hungarian

    Pronunciation

    * Inter: IPA &raquo; /ˈøː/|lang=hu

    Etymology 1

    The standard Latin letter o with the addition of the double acute accent which indicates both modified sound and extended length.

    Letter

    Inter: head &raquo; hu|letter|lower case||upper case|Ő
  • A o with a double acute accent, a letter of the Hungarian alphabet, representing a long ö.
    See also
    * o, O
    • ó, Ó
    • ö, Ö

      Etymology 2

      From the same Finno-Ugric root *Inter: term &raquo; |se as Finnish hän

      Pronoun

      Inter: hu-pronoun &raquo; personal


  • Inter: personal &raquo; lang=hu he, she Inter: gloss &raquo; third-person singular, nominative form
    Declension
    Inter: hu-decl-perspron &raquo; a|e||acc=őt|nek=neki

    See also

    Inter: Latn-scrip &raquo; t

  • Translation: de &raquo; ő
    Translation: eu &raquo; ő
    Translation: fr &raquo; ő
    Translation: ko &raquo; ő
    Translation: io &raquo; ő
    Translation: lt &raquo; ő
    Translation: hu &raquo; ő
    Translation: mg &raquo; ő
    Translation: fj &raquo; ő
    Translation: nl &raquo; ő
    Translation: ja &raquo; ő
    Translation: pl &raquo; ő
    Translation: fi &raquo; ő
    Translation: sv &raquo; ő
    Translation: tr &raquo; ő

    O at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: Basic Latin character info &raquo; previous=N|next=P|image=Category: Image - :LetterO.svg|50px|name=LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O|hex=4F
    Inter: also &raquo; o|ö|ő|Appendix:Variations of "o"

    Translingual

    Inter: wikipedi &raquo; a

    Letter

    Inter: mul-letter &raquo; upper=O|lower=o|script=Latn
  • The fifteenth letter of the Category: Appendix - :Latin script|basic modern Latin alphabet.

    See also

    Inter: Latn-scrip &raquo; t

    Symbol

    ong>Oong>

  • Inter: element symbo &raquo; l Inter: non-gloss definition &raquo; Symbol for oxygen.<ol>
  • Inter: mathematics &raquo; lang=mul Inter: non-gloss definition &raquo; The upper bound function also known as big O.

    See also

    Inter: Letter &raquo;

  • ol>
    |page=O
    |NATO=Oscar
    |Morse=–––
    |Character=O
    |Braille=⠕
    on="Letter styles" perrow=3>
    Image:Latin O.png|Capital and lowercase versions of ong>Oong>, in normal and italic type
    Image:Fraktur letter O.png|Uppercase and lowercase ong>Oong> in Fraktur

    English

    Etymology 1

    Pronunciation

    * Inter: a &raquo; UK Inter: IPA &raquo; /əʊ/, Inter: X-SAMPA &raquo; /@U/ Inter: audio &raquo; en-uk-o.ogg|Audio (UK)
    • Inter: a &raquo; US Inter: IPA &raquo; /oʊ/, Inter: X-SAMPA &raquo; /oU/ Inter: audio &raquo; en-us-O.ogg|Audio (US)

      Letter

      Inter: en-letter &raquo; upper=O|lower=o


  • Inter: Latn-def &raquo; en|letter|15|o

    Inter: abbreviatio &raquo; n

    ong>Oong>

  • Inter: cricke &raquo; t The number of overs bowled

    Noun

    Inter: en-noun &raquo; -

  • A blood type that lacks A or B antigens and may only receive transfusions of similar type O blood, but may donate to all (neglecting Rh factor). Synonym: universal donor.<ol>
  • Inter: printin &raquo; g Category: w - :American Library Association|American Library Association Inter: non-gloss definition &raquo; {{abbreviation of octavo, a book size (20-25 cm).}}
  • Inter: socce &raquo; r Someone associated with Category: w - :Leyton Orient Football Club|Leyton Orient Football Club, as a player, coach, supporter etc.
    See also
    * Inter: list:Latin script letters/e &raquo; n

    Number

    Inter: en-number &raquo; upper=O|lower=o

  • ol>
  • Inter: Latn-def &raquo; en|ordinal|15|o

    Etymology 2

    Inter: etyl &raquo; osx|- gloss o (950s) in Lambeth ms. (957) of Gallican Psalter and ó, o (>1000) in Durham Hymns, regularly as redundant "o eala þu" and "ó eala þu" at uppercase proper names in paraphrase and some verbs in periphrase; Inter: etyl &raquo; xno|- O (~1200) in mss. of Sts. Juliana and Katherine, and other religiose writs; and English O, o (~1525) in The New Testament Translation by William Tyndale for Inter: etyl &raquo; grc|- ὦ, Inter: etyl &raquo; la|- o (vocative, intensive: Inter: etyl &raquo; ang|- èalà, æàlà, ǽlà, hèlà; also Inter: etyl &raquo; enm O (Actus 13:10; Romayns 9:20; Galaþies 3:1), ò (Romayns 2:1,3), Inter: etyl &raquo; ga|- Inter: l &raquo; ga|a (Maþeu 15:28;17:17; Luk 9:41;24:25; Actus 13:10) or A (Actus 27:21; Romayns 11:33)—sometimes mistranscribed as O in online bibles—, þou (1Tymoþe 6:20), ȝe (Actus 18:14), or ∅ (Actus 1:1; Ebrews 10:7) in Newe Testament by Iohn Wiclif (1382). intensive, interrogative: Inter: etyl &raquo; ang|- là; English lo, oh (1534))

    Particle

    Inter: head &raquo; en|particle

  • Inter: gramma &raquo; r Inter: non-gloss definition &raquo; The English vocative particle (always in upper case), used for direct address in translations from languages which have the vocative case.<ol>
  • : 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? (Romans 2:1,3; Tyndale 1530s)
    Derived terms
    * O Canada
    Translations
    Inter: trans-top &raquo; a vocative particle

  • ol>
  • Ancient Greek: Inter: tø &raquo; grc|ὦ|tr=ỗ|sc=polytonic
  • Arabic: Inter: t+ &raquo; ar|يا|tr=yaa, Inter: t- &raquo; ar|أيها|tr='ayyuhaa
  • Chinese:
  • French: Inter: t+ &raquo; fr|ô
  • German: Inter: t+ &raquo; de|o
  • Irish: Inter: t+ &raquo; ga|a
  • : Old Irish: Inter: tø &raquo; sga|a, Inter: tø &raquo; sga|á
  • Japanese: Inter: t+ &raquo; ja|よ|tr=yo

  • Inter: trans-mi &raquo; d
    • Korean: Inter: t+ &raquo; ko|여|tr=yeo|sc=Hang, Inter: t- &raquo; ko|시여|tr=siyeo|sc=Hang
    • Mandarin: Inter: t- &raquo; cmn|噢|tr=ō|sc=Hani, Inter: t- &raquo; cmn|喔|tr=ō|sc=Hani
    • Portuguese: Inter: t+ &raquo; pt|ó
    • Russian: Inter: t+ &raquo; ru|о|tr=o
    • Sanskrit: Inter: t- &raquo; sa|हे|tr=he
    • Spanish: Inter: t+ &raquo; es|oh
    • Turkish: Inter: t+ &raquo; tr|ey
    • Ukrainian: Inter: t+ &raquo; uk|о|tr=o


    Inter: trans-botto &raquo; m
    Synonyms
    * oh
  • hey
  • yo
  • ah

    Interjection

    Inter: en-inter &raquo; j

  • Inter: non-gloss definition &raquo; Expression of earnestness or reverence, used before the name of a deity or revered person in impassioned speech.
    Synonyms
    * oh
    • ah


    Category: Category:en:Book sizes -
    Category: Category:en:Grammar -

    American Sign Language

    Letter

    Inter: head &raquo; ase|letter|head=Category: Image - :Sign language O.svg|100px|O|Stokoe|O
  • The letter O

  • Category: Category:American Sign Language letters -

    Azeri

    Letter

    Inter: az-letter &raquo; upper=O|lower=o
  • Inter: Latn-def &raquo; az|letter|21

    See also

    * Inter: list:Latin script letters/a &raquo; z

  • Dutch

    Pronunciation

    * Inter: sense &raquo; letter name Inter: IPA &raquo; /oː/|lang=nl

    Letter

    Inter: head &raquo; nl|letter|capital||lowercase|o
  • The fifteenth letter of the Dutch alphabet.

    See also

    * Previous letter: N
    • Next letter: P


    Esperanto

    Letter

    Inter: eo-letter &raquo; upper=O|lower=o
  • Inter: Latn-def &raquo; eo|letter|19|o

    See also

    * Inter: list:Latin script letters/e &raquo; o

  • Finnish

    Letter

    Inter: fi-letter &raquo; upper=O|lower=o
  • Inter: Latn-def &raquo; fi|letter|15|oo

    See also

    * Inter: list:Latin script letters/f &raquo; i

  • French

    Pronunciation

    * Inter: a &raquo; letter Inter: IPA &raquo; /o/|lang=fr, Inter: X-SAMPA &raquo; /o/|lang=fr

    Inter: abbreviation &raquo; fr

    ong>Oong>
  • Inter: abbreviation of &raquo; ouest|lang=fr|nodot=1; west

    Letter

    ong>Oong>

  • The fifteenth letter of the French alphabet.

  • Category: Category:French letters -
    Category: Category:fr:Compass points -

    Galician

    ===Inter: abbreviation &raquo; lang=gl===
    ong>Oong>
  • oeste, occidente (west)

    Synonyms

    * Inter: sense &raquo; west W

  • German

    Pronunciation

    * Inter: IPA &raquo; /ʔoː/|lang=de
    • Inter: audio &raquo; De-O.OGG|Audio

      Letter

      Inter: head &raquo; de|letter|upper case||lower case|o


  • The fifteenth letter of the German alphabet.

    Inter: abbreviation &raquo; de

    ong>Oong>

  • Inter: abbreviation of &raquo; Ost|lang=de|nodot=1; east


  • Italian

    Inter: wikipedia &raquo; lang=it

    Pronunciation

    * Inter: qualifier &raquo; name of letter Inter: IPA &raquo; /ɔ/|lang=it, Inter: X-SAMPA &raquo; /O/
    • Inter: homophones &raquo; ho|lang=it
    • Inter: qualifier &raquo; phoneme Inter: IPA &raquo; /o/|/ɔ/|lang=it, Inter: X-SAMPA &raquo; /o/|/O/
    • Inter: homophones &raquo; o|ho

      Letter

      Inter: head &raquo; it|letter|g=m|g2=f|g3=inv|lower case|o


  • Inter: Latn-def &raquo; it|letter|13|o

    See also

    * Inter: list:Latin script letters/i &raquo; t
  • Inter: pedialite &raquo; Italian alphabet

  • Category: Category:Italian nouns -

    Latvian

    Inter: wikipedia &raquo; lang=lv

    Etymology

    Proposed in 1908 as part of the new Latvian spelling by the scientific commission headed by Category: w - :Kārlis Mīlenbahs|K. Mīlenbahs, which was accepted and began to be taught in schools in 1909. Prior to that, Latvian had been written in German Fraktur, and sporadically in Cyrillic.

    Pronunciation

    * Inter: lv-IPA &raquo; uə̯, Inter: lv-IPA &raquo; o, Inter: lv-IPA &raquo; oː
    Inter: rfap &raquo; lang=lv

    Letter

    Category: File - :Latin alphabet Oo.svg|thumb|250px|O
    Inter: lv-letter &raquo; upper=O|lower=o
  • Inter: Latn-def &raquo; lv|letter|23|o

    Usage notes

    In native Latvian words (and in some older borrowings), o represents the sound of IPA uə̯ (e.g., Inter: term &raquo; otrs|lang=lv uə̯tɾs). In more recent borrowings, it represents the original sound of the word, i.e. o or oː (e.g., Inter: term &raquo; opera|lang=lv oːpeɾa).

    See also

    * Letters of the Latvian alphabet:
    • : ong>Inter: l &raquo; lv|burts|burti:ong> Inter: l &raquo; lv|AInter: l &raquo; lv|a, Inter: l &raquo; lv|ĀInter: l &raquo; lv|ā, Inter: l &raquo; lv|BInter: l &raquo; lv|b, Inter: l &raquo; lv|CInter: l &raquo; lv|c, Inter: l &raquo; lv|ČInter: l &raquo; lv|č, Inter: l &raquo; lv|DInter: l &raquo; lv|d, Inter: l &raquo; lv|EInter: l &raquo; lv|e, Inter: l &raquo; lv|ĒInter: l &raquo; lv|ē, Inter: l &raquo; lv|FInter: l &raquo; lv|f, Inter: l &raquo; lv|GInter: l &raquo; lv|g, Inter: l &raquo; lv|ĢInter: l &raquo; lv|ģ, Inter: l &raquo; lv|HInter: l &raquo; lv|h, Inter: l &raquo; lv|IInter: l &raquo; lv|i, Inter: l &raquo; lv|ĪInter: l &raquo; lv|ī, Inter: l &raquo; lv|JInter: l &raquo; lv|j, Inter: l &raquo; lv|KInter: l &raquo; lv|k, Inter: l &raquo; lv|ĶInter: l &raquo; lv|ķ, Inter: l &raquo; lv|LInter: l &raquo; lv|l, Inter: l &raquo; lv|ĻInter: l &raquo; lv|ļ, Inter: l &raquo; lv|MInter: l &raquo; lv|m, Inter: l &raquo; lv|NInter: l &raquo; lv|n, Inter: l &raquo; lv|ŅInter: l &raquo; lv|ņ, Inter: l &raquo; lv|OInter: l &raquo; lv|o, Inter: l &raquo; lv|PInter: l &raquo; lv|p, Inter: l &raquo; lv|RInter: l &raquo; lv|r, Inter: l &raquo; lv|SInter: l &raquo; lv|s, Inter: l &raquo; lv|ŠInter: l &raquo; lv|š, Inter: l &raquo; lv|TInter: l &raquo; lv|t, Inter: l &raquo; lv|UInter: l &raquo; lv|u, Inter: l &raquo; lv|ŪInter: l &raquo; lv|ū, Inter: l &raquo; lv|VInter: l &raquo; lv|v, Inter: l &raquo; lv|ZInter: l &raquo; lv|z, Inter: l &raquo; lv|ŽInter: l &raquo; lv|ž


    Malay

    Inter: wikipedia &raquo; lang=ms

    Pronunciation

    * Inter: a &raquo; Name of letter Inter: IPA &raquo; o|lang=ms
    • Inter: a &raquo; Phoneme Inter: IPA &raquo; o|ɔ|lang=ms

      Letter

      Inter: head &raquo; ms|letter|upper=O|lower=o


  • Inter: Latn-def &raquo; ms|letter|15

    See also

    * Inter: list:Latin script letters/m &raquo; s

  • Romanian

    Pronunciation

    * Inter: IPA &raquo; /o/|lang=ro

    Letter

    ong>Oong> (capital, lowercase ong>oong>)
  • Inter: non-gloss definition &raquo; The eighteenth letter of the Romanian alphabet representing the phoneme /o/. Preceded by N and followed by P.|lang=ro

    Usage notes

    When followed by the letter a, a dipthong representing the phoneme /o̯a/ is formed, as in foarte /'fo̯ar.te/

  • Category: Category:Romanian letters -

    Slovene

    Inter: wikipedia &raquo; lang=sl

    Pronunciation

    ===Letter===
    Inter: head &raquo; sl|letter|capital||lowercase|o
  • The 16th letter of the Slovene alphabet. Preceded by N and followed by P.

  • Somali

    Pronunciation

    * Inter: sense &raquo; phoneme Inter: IPA &raquo; /ɔ/, /ɞ/|lang=so
    • Inter: sense &raquo; letter name Inter: IPA &raquo; /ʔɔ/|lang=so

      Letter

      Inter: so-letter &raquo; upper=O|lower=o


  • Inter: Latn-def &raquo; so|letter|26|o

    Usage notes

    # The twenty-sixth letter of the Somali alphabet, which follows Arabic abjad order. It is preceded by I and followed by U.

    See also

    * Inter: list:Latin script letters/s &raquo; o

  • Spanish

    Letter

    Inter: head &raquo; es|letter|upper case||lower case|o
  • The 16th letter of the Spanish alphabet.

  • Turkish

    Letter

    Inter: tr-letter &raquo; upper=O|lower=o
  • Inter: Latn-def &raquo; tr|letter|18|o

    See also

    * Inter: list:Latin script letters/t &raquo; r

  • Translation: an &raquo; O
    Translation: gn &raquo; O
    Translation: az &raquo; O
    Category: zh-min-nan:O -
    Translation: br &raquo; O
    Translation: cs &raquo; O
    Translation: de &raquo; O
    Translation: et &raquo; O
    Translation: el &raquo; O
    Translation: es &raquo; O
    Translation: fa &raquo; O
    Translation: fr &raquo; O
    Translation: gl &raquo; O
    Translation: ko &raquo; O
    Translation: hr &raquo; O
    Translation: io &raquo; O
    Translation: id &raquo; O
    Translation: ia &raquo; O
    Translation: it &raquo; O
    Translation: ku &raquo; O
    Translation: la &raquo; O
    Translation: lt &raquo; O
    Translation: li &raquo; O
    Translation: hu &raquo; O
    Translation: ml &raquo; O
    Translation: ms &raquo; O
    Translation: my &raquo; O
    Translation: nl &raquo; O
    Translation: ja &raquo; O
    Translation: no &raquo; O
    Translation: nn &raquo; O
    Translation: pl &raquo; O
    Translation: pt &raquo; O
    Translation: ro &raquo; O
    Translation: qu &raquo; O
    Translation: ru &raquo; O
    Translation: sm &raquo; O
    Translation: sg &raquo; O
    Translation: si &raquo; O
    Category: simple:O -
    Translation: sl &raquo; O
    Translation: fi &raquo; O
    Translation: sv &raquo; O
    Category: chr:O -
    Translation: tr &raquo; O
    Translation: zh &raquo; O

    ó at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: Latin-1 Supplement character info &raquo; hex=f3|name=LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH ACUTE
    Inter: also &raquo; Appendix:Variations of "o"

    Translingual

    Letter

    Inter: mul-letter &raquo; upper=Ó|lower=ó|script=Latn
  • The letter o with an acute accent.

    See also

    Inter: Latn-scrip &raquo; t

  • Czech

    Letter

    Inter: head &raquo; cs|letter|lower case||upper case|Ó
  • The 24th letter of the Czech alphabet, after o and before p.

  • Galician

    Alternative forms

    * ao

    Etymology

    From contraction of preposition Inter: term &raquo; a||to, towards|lang=gl + masculine definite article Inter: term &raquo; o||the|lang=gl

    Contraction

    Inter: head &raquo; gl|contraction|g=m|g2=s
  • Inter: alternative spelling of &raquo; ao|lang=gl

  • Hungarian

    Pronunciation

    * Inter: IPA &raquo; /ˈoː/|lang=hu

    Adjective

    Inter: hu-adj &raquo; bb
  • old Inter: gloss &raquo; especially used in compound words, such as ong>óong>kor 'antiquity'

    Synonyms

    * antik
    • ódon
    • régi
    • ősi

      Antonyms

      * mai
    • új

      Derived terms

      * ócska


    ; Compound words
  • óarany
  • ógörög
  • ókor
  • Ószövetség
  • Ótestamentum
  • óvilág

    Interjection

    Inter: head &raquo; hu|interjection

  • oh!<ol>
  • : ong>Óong>, értem már!- Oh, I understand now!

    See also

    * á

  • ol>
  • e
  • ja
  • Verb

    Inter: hu-ver &raquo; b

  • Inter: archaic &raquo; lang=hu to protect, to guard

    Derived terms

    * óhatatlan
    • óva int


    Icelandic

    Interjection

    ong>óong>!
  • oh!, ah!<ol>
  • : ong>Óong> vá, djöfulli er hann heimskur.
  • :: ong>Ohong> wow, fuck he's stupid.
  • : ong>Óong> ókei, gangi þér vel.
  • :: ong>Ohong> ok, good luck.
  • O, oh, the Icelandic vocative particle, used before a pronoun or the name of a person or persons to mark direct address
  • : ong>Óong>, góðu menn! Heyr mín orð.
  • :: ong>Oong>, good men! Heed my words.
  • : Category: w:en - :Lofsöngur|ong>Óong>, guð vors lands.
  • :: Oh, our country's God.

    See also

    * ó-

  • ol>
  • um og ó

  • Category: Category:Icelandic interjections -

    Irish

    Alternative forms

    * Inter: l &raquo; ga|ua Inter: qualifier &raquo; archaic|lang=ga

    Pronunciation

    * Inter: IPA &raquo; /oː/|lang=ga

    Etymology 1

    From Inter: etyl &raquo; sga|ga|sort=o Inter: term &raquo; ua||grandson, descendant|lang=sga

    Noun

    Inter: head &raquo; ga|noun|genitive|ó|nominative plural|óí|genitive in surnames|uí|nominative plural in historical sept names|uí|g=m|sort=o
  • Inter: archaic &raquo; lang=ga grandson
    Declension
    Inter: ga-decl-m4 &raquo; ó||í

  • ;Forms in surnames and sept names
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    !Case
    !Singular
    !Plural
    |-
    | Nominative
    | ó
    | Inter: l &raquo; ga|uí
    |-
    | Genitive
    | Inter: l &raquo; ga|uí
    | ó
    |-
    | Dative
    | ó
    | Inter: l &raquo; ga|uíbh
    |}
    Usage notes
    Used in surnames to mark "descendant of": ong>Ó Rothláinong> Rowland

    Alternative forms

    * Form Ní is used instead of ong>óong> in female surnames acquired by descent: ong>Ní Rothláinong>
    • Form Uí is used instead of ong>óong> in female surnames acquired by marriage: ong>Uí Rothláinong>

      Synonyms

      * garmhac

      Related terms

      * ua

      Etymology 2

      From Inter: etyl &raquo; sga|ga|sort=o Inter: term &raquo; ó|lang=sga, Inter: term &raquo; úa|lang=sga

      Preposition

      Inter: head &raquo; ga|preposition|sort=o Inter: qualifier &raquo; triggers {{ga mut link|l}}


  • of, from Inter: qualifier &raquo; indicating origin<ol>
  • : Inter: usex &raquo; ong>óong> ghleann go gleann|t=from glen to glen|lang=ga|inline=1
    Inflection
    Inter: ga-prep-infl &raquo;

  • ol>
    |1sg = uaim
    |1sgem = uaimse
    |2sg = uait
    |2sgem = uaitse
    |3sgm = uaidh
    |3sgmem = uaidhse
    |3sgf = uaithi
    |1pl = uainn
    |2pl = uaibh
    |3pl = uathu
    Derived terms
    * Inter: l &raquo; ga|bí ó|gloss=need
    • Inter: l &raquo; ga|ón|gloss=from the
    • Inter: l &raquo; ga|óna|gloss=from his/her/their
    • Inter: l &raquo; ga|ónár|gloss=from our

      Etymology 3

      Conjunction

      Inter: head &raquo; ga|conjunction Inter: qualifier &raquo; triggers {{ga mut link|l}}


  • since Inter: qualifier &raquo; temporal<ol>
  • : Inter: usex &raquo; ong>óong> chuala mé an scéala|t=since I heard the news|lang=ga|inline=1
  • after
  • : Inter: usex &raquo; bliain ong>óong> rugadh é|t=a year after he was born|lang=ga|inline=1
  • from the time when
  • : Inter: usex &raquo; ong>óong> bhaintear an féar go bhfuil sé tirim|t=from the time the hay is cut until it is dry|lang=ga|inline=1
  • once
  • : Inter: usex &raquo; ong>óong> bhrisfear é|t=once it is broken|lang=ga|inline=1
  • since Inter: qualifier &raquo; causal, inasmuch as
  • : Inter: usex &raquo; ong>óong> tá mé liom féin|t=since I am alone|lang=ga|inline=1
    Derived terms
    * Inter: l &raquo; ga|ós|gloss=since it is

    Mutation

    Inter: ga mut vowe &raquo; l

  • ol>
    Category: Category:ga - :Family|o

    Mandarin

    Romanization

    Inter: cmn-alt-pinyin &raquo; ó|o2
  • Inter: pinyin reading of &raquo; 哢 syllable

  • Middle Irish

    Etymology

    From Inter: etyl &raquo; sga|mga Inter: term &raquo; au|lang=sga, from Inter: etyl &raquo; ine-pro|sga|sort=o Inter: recons &raquo; h₂ows-|lang=ine-pro; cognate with Inter: etyl &raquo; en|- Inter: term &raquo; ear and Inter: etyl &raquo; la|- Inter: term &raquo; auris|lang=la.

    Noun

    Inter: head &raquo; mga|noun|g=n|sort=o
  • Inter: archaic &raquo; poetic|anatomy|lang=mga ear<ol>
  • some part of a cloak
  • some part of a shield, possibly a spike or boss
  • some part of a chessboard, possibly rings or handles for lifting
  • some part of a pitcher or vessel for liquor, possibly a curved, earlike handle

  • ol>
    Category: Category:mga - :Anatomy|o

    Old Irish

    Etymology

    Inter: rfe &raquo; lang=sga

    Conjunction

    Inter: head &raquo; sga|conjunction|sort=o
  • since

    Preposition

    Inter: head &raquo; sga|preposition|sort=o

  • Inter: alternative form of &raquo; úa|lang=sga|sort=o<ol>
  • : Inter: usex &raquo; ong>óong> thurcbáil co fuinud|t=from sunrise to sunset|inline=1|lang=sga

  • ol>

    Portuguese

    Letter

    Inter: pt-letter &raquo; upper=Ó|lower=ó
  • The letter o with an acute accent, used when stressed and present in the antepenultimate syllable of an adjective.<ol>
  • Inter: RQ:Harry Potter &raquo; 5|pt-BR|page=294
  • : ... o único professor presente quando entraram sala de aula era Binns, ... preparando-se para continuar sua monong>óong>tona lengalenga sobre a guerra dos gigantes.
  • :: ... the only present teacher when they entered classroom was Binns, ... preparing to continue his monotonous explanation about the giants' war.

  • ol>

    Spanish

    Conjunction

    ong>óong>
  • or Inter: gloss &raquo; once used instead of o near numerals to avoid confusion with a zero: 2 ó 3

    Usage notes

    Using ó near numerals to avoid confusion with 0 is deprecated as of 2010. Now only use o: 2 o 3.

  • Category: Category:Spanish conjunctions -

    Taos

    Pronunciation

    * Inter: IPA &raquo; /ˈʔɑ/|lang=twf

    Verb

    ong>óong> (basic stem form)
  • wash

    Related terms

    * kò’óne

  • Category: Category - :Taos verbs|o

    Tetum

    Pronoun

    ong>óong>
  • you

  • Category: Category:Tetum pronouns -
    Translation: cs &raquo; ó
    Translation: el &raquo; ó
    Translation: es &raquo; ó
    Translation: fr &raquo; ó
    Translation: gl &raquo; ó
    Translation: ko &raquo; ó
    Translation: is &raquo; ó
    Translation: lt &raquo; ó
    Translation: li &raquo; ó
    Translation: hu &raquo; ó
    Translation: nl &raquo; ó
    Translation: ja &raquo; ó
    Translation: no &raquo; ó
    Translation: nn &raquo; ó
    Translation: pl &raquo; ó
    Translation: pt &raquo; ó
    Translation: sk &raquo; ó
    Translation: fi &raquo; ó
    Translation: sv &raquo; ó
    Translation: tr &raquo; ó
    Translation: vi &raquo; ó
    Translation: zh &raquo; ó

    ở at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: Latin Extended Additional character info &raquo; hex=1edf|name=LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH HORN AND HOOK ABOVE
    Inter: also &raquo; Appendix:Variations of "o"

    Translingual

    Letter

    Inter: mul-letter &raquo; upper=Ở|lower=ở|script=Latn
  • The letter o with a horn and a hook.

    See also

    Inter: Latn-scrip &raquo; t

  • Vietnamese

    Etymology

    Inter: etyl &raquo; mkh-vie-pro|vi Inter: recons &raquo; ʔəh||to stay|lang=mkh-vie-pro

    Pronunciation

    * Inter: IPA &raquo; /ə˧˩˧/|lang=vi

    Preposition

    Inter: head &raquo; vi|preposition
  • at, in

    Derived terms

    * ở đâu

    Verb

    Inter: vi-ver &raquo; b

  • to be, to live, to stay, to remain

    See also

    * Inter: l &raquo; vi|là

  • Translation: fr &raquo; ở
    Translation: ko &raquo; ở
    Translation: io &raquo; ở
    Translation: lt &raquo; ở
    Translation: li &raquo; ở
    Translation: mg &raquo; ở
    Translation: fj &raquo; ở
    Translation: nl &raquo; ở
    Translation: vi &raquo; ở
    Translation: zh &raquo; ở

    ò at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: also &raquo; Appendix:Variations of "o"
    Inter: Latin-1 Supplement character info &raquo; hex=f2|name=LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH GRAVE

    Translingual

    Letter

    Inter: mul-letter &raquo; upper=Ò|lower=ò|script=Latn
  • The letter o with a grave accent.

    See also

    Inter: Latn-scrip &raquo; t

  • Mandarin

    Romanization

    Inter: cmn-alt-pinyin &raquo; ò|o4
  • Inter: pinyin reading of &raquo; 哢 syllable

  • Translation: fr &raquo; ò
    Translation: it &raquo; ò
    Translation: nl &raquo; ò
    Translation: ja &raquo; ò
    Translation: sv &raquo; ò
    Translation: tr &raquo; ò

    ō at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: Latin Extended-A character info &raquo; hex=14d|name=LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH MACRON
    Inter: also &raquo; Appendix:Variations of "o"

    Translingual

    Letter

    Inter: mul-letter &raquo; upper=Ō|lower=ō|script=Latn
  • The letter o with a macron.

    See also

    Inter: Latn-scrip &raquo; t

  • Fijian

    Noun

    Inter: head &raquo; fj|noun
  • cloud

  • Japanese

    Noun

    Inter: ja-noun &raquo; r|hira=おう|rom=ō|kanji=王
  • a king<ol>
  • a queen
  • a monarch

  • ol>

    Mandarin

    Romanization

    Inter: cmn-alt-pinyin &raquo; ō|o1
  • Inter: pinyin reading of &raquo; 喒 a dual pronoun, I, you and me, we two<ol>
  • Inter: pinyin reading of &raquo; 噢 moan; interjection for pain, sad

  • ol>
    Translation: fr &raquo; ō
    Translation: nl &raquo; ō
    Translation: km &raquo; ō
    Translation: pl &raquo; ō
    Translation: sv &raquo; ō

    õ at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: Latin-1 Supplement character info &raquo; hex=f5|name=LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH TILDE
    Inter: also &raquo; Appendix:Variations of "o"

    Translingual

    Letter

    Inter: mul-letter &raquo; upper=Õ|lower=õ|script=Latn
  • The letter o with a tilde.

    See also

    Inter: Latn-scrip &raquo; t

  • Estonian

    Letter

    ong>õong> (lowercase, uppercase ong>Õong>)
  • The 27th letter of the Category: Appendix - :Roman script#Estonian alphabet|Estonian alphabet, preceded by w and followed by ä.

  • Category: Category:Estonian letters -
    Translation: nl &raquo; õ
    Translation: ja &raquo; õ
    Translation: fi &raquo; õ
    Translation: sv &raquo; õ

    Õ at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: Latin-1 Supplement character info &raquo; hex=d5|name=LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH TILDE
    Inter: also &raquo; Ö|õ|ö

    Translingual

    Letter

    Inter: mul-letter &raquo; upper=Õ|lower=õ|script=Latn
  • The letter O with a tilde.

    See also

    Inter: Latn-scrip &raquo; t

  • Estonian

    Letter

    ong>Õong> (uppercase, lowercase ong>õong>)
  • The 27th letter of the Category: Appendix - :Roman script#Estonian alphabet|Estonian alphabet, preceded by W and followed by Ä.

  • Category: Category:Estonian letters -

    Portuguese

    Etymology

    From Inter: etyl &raquo; roa-ptg|pt Inter: l &raquo; roa-ptg|Õ, Inter: l &raquo; roa-ptg|Ō, Inter: l &raquo; roa-ptg|Ȯ. Originally the letter O with a superscript N.

    Pronunciation

    * Inter: IPA &raquo; /õ/|lang=pt

    Letter

    Inter: pt-letter &raquo; upper=Õ|lower=õ
  • the letter O with a tilde

  • Translation: gn &raquo; Õ
    Translation: io &raquo; Õ
    Translation: nl &raquo; Õ
    Translation: ja &raquo; Õ
    Translation: fi &raquo; Õ

    ô at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: Latin-1 Supplement character info &raquo; hex=f4|name=LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH CIRCUMFLEX
    Inter: also &raquo; Appendix:Variations of "o"

    Translingual

    Letter

    Inter: mul-letter &raquo; upper=Ô|lower=ô|script=Latn
  • The letter o with a circumflex.

    See also

    Inter: Latn-scrip &raquo; t

  • French

    Particle

    Inter: head &raquo; fr|particle|sort=o
  • O (vocative)

  • Gallo

    Preposition

    Inter: head &raquo; roa-gal|preposition
  • with

    Synonyms

    * Inter: l &raquo; roa-gal|côteu

  • Limburgish

    Letter

    ong>ôong>
  • (obsolete) ó

    Interjection

    ong>ôong>

  • oh!

    Alternative forms

    * ó
    • ò
    • o


    Neapolitan

    Pronunciation

    Inter: IPA &raquo; /ɑ/|lang=nap

    Contraction

    Inter: head &raquo; nap|contraction
  • (contraction of a 'o) in (temporal preposition)<ol>
  • to the (specification of quantity)

  • ol>

    Category: Category:Limburgish interjections -
    Translation: fr &raquo; ô
    Translation: io &raquo; ô
    Translation: li &raquo; ô
    Translation: mg &raquo; ô
    Translation: nl &raquo; ô
    Translation: ja &raquo; ô
    Translation: pt &raquo; ô
    Category: scn:ô -
    Translation: sk &raquo; ô
    Translation: fi &raquo; ô
    Translation: vi &raquo; ô
    Translation: zh &raquo; ô

    ö at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: Latin-1 Supplement character info &raquo; hex=f6|name=LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH DIAERESIS
    Inter: also &raquo; Appendix:Variations of "o"

    Translingual

    Letter

    Inter: mul-letter &raquo; upper=Ö|lower=ö|script=Latn
  • The letter o with a diaeresis above itself.<ol>
  • The letter o with an Inter: l &raquo; en|umlaut above itself.

    See also

    Inter: Latn-scrip &raquo; t

  • ol>

    Azeri

    Letter

    Inter: az-letter &raquo; upper=Ö|lower=ö
  • Inter: Latn-def &raquo; az|letter|22

    See also

    * Inter: list:Latin script letters/a &raquo; z

  • Estonian

    Letter

    Inter: head &raquo; et|letter|lower case||upper case|Ö
  • The 29th letter in the Estonian alphabet.

  • Finnish

    Pronunciation

    * Inter: audio &raquo; Fi-ö.ogg|Audio

    Letter

    Inter: head &raquo; fi|letter|lower case||upper case|Ö
  • The last or 29th letter in the Finnish alphabet.

  • Hungarian

    Letter

    Inter: head &raquo; hu|letter|lower case||upper case|Ö
  • a letter of the Hungarian alphabet.

    See also

    * ő, Ő

  • Swedish

    Pronunciation

    ; Letter name
    • Inter: IPA &raquo; /øː/|lang=sv


    ; Phoneme
  • Inter: IPA &raquo; /øː/|/œ/|lang=sv

    Letter

    Inter: sv-letter &raquo; upper=Ö|lower=ö

  • The last letter of the Swedish alphabet, pronunced Inter: IPAchar &raquo; /øː/ when long, Inter: IPAchar &raquo; /œ/ when short, Inter: IPAchar &raquo; /œ̞ː/ when long and before r, and Inter: IPAchar &raquo; /œ̞/ when short and before r.<ol>
  • : Det är två ong>önong> i "Höör".
  • :: There are two ö in "Höör".

    Declension

    Inter: sv-noun-reg-n &raquo; 2=öe|3=ö

    Noun

    * Inter: audio &raquo; Sv-en ö.oga|audio

  • ol>
    Inter: sv-noun &raquo; g=c
    Inter: rfe &raquo; lang=sv<ol>
  • an island
  • : Gotland är den största ong>önong> i Östersjön.
  • :: Gotland is the largest island in the Baltic Sea.

    Declension

    Inter: sv-noun-reg-r-c &raquo; 3=öa

    Compounds

    * halvö

    See also

    * skär

  • ol>
  • kobbe
  • holme

  • Turkish

    Letter

    Inter: tr-letter &raquo; upper=Ö|lower=ö
  • Inter: Latn-def &raquo; tr|letter|19|ö

    See also

    * Inter: list:Latin script letters/t &raquo; r

    Noun

    Inter: head &raquo; tr|noun

  • Inter: Latn-def &raquo; tr|name|Ö|ö

    See also

    * Inter: list:Latin script letter names/t &raquo; r

  • Veps

    Noun

    ong>öong>
  • night

  • Category: Category:Veps nouns -
    Translation: cs &raquo; ö
    Translation: de &raquo; ö
    Translation: et &raquo; ö
    Translation: el &raquo; ö
    Translation: eu &raquo; ö
    Translation: fr &raquo; ö
    Translation: gl &raquo; ö
    Translation: ko &raquo; ö
    Translation: hr &raquo; ö
    Translation: io &raquo; ö
    Translation: is &raquo; ö
    Translation: ka &raquo; ö
    Translation: ku &raquo; ö
    Translation: la &raquo; ö
    Translation: lt &raquo; ö
    Translation: li &raquo; ö
    Translation: hu &raquo; ö
    Translation: mg &raquo; ö
    Translation: fj &raquo; ö
    Translation: nl &raquo; ö
    Translation: ja &raquo; ö
    Translation: pl &raquo; ö
    Translation: ru &raquo; ö
    Translation: sd &raquo; ö
    Translation: fi &raquo; ö
    Translation: sv &raquo; ö
    Translation: tl &raquo; ö
    Translation: tr &raquo; ö
    Translation: vo &raquo; ö

    Ơ at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: Latin Extended-B character info &raquo; hex=01A0|name=LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH HORN|next=ơ|previous=Ɵ

    Vietnamese

    Letter

    Inter: head &raquo; vi|letter|upper case, lower case ''ong>ơong>|script=Latn
  • The letter O with a horn.

    See also

    * Inter: pedialit &raquo; e

  • Inter: Latn-scrip &raquo; t
    Translation: fr &raquo; Ơ

    Ờ at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: Latin Extended Additional character info &raquo; hex=1edc|name=LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH HORN AND GRAVE

    Translingual

    Letter

    Inter: mul-letter &raquo; upper=Ờ|lower=ờ|script=Latn
  • The letter O with a horn and a grave accent.

    See also

    Inter: Latn-scrip &raquo; t
  • ờ at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: Latin Extended Additional character info &raquo; hex=1edd|name=LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH HORN AND GRAVE

    Translingual

    Letter

    Inter: mul-letter &raquo; upper=Ờ|lower=ờ|script=Latn
  • The letter o with a horn and a grave accent.

    See also

    Inter: Latn-scrip &raquo; t

  • Translation: el &raquo; ờ
    Translation: lt &raquo; ờ
    Translation: li &raquo; ờ
    Translation: vi &raquo; ờ
    Translation: zh &raquo; ờ

    Ớ at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: Latin Extended Additional character info &raquo; hex=1eda|name=LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH HORN AND ACUTE

    Translingual

    Letter

    Inter: mul-letter &raquo; upper=Ớ|lower=ớ|script=Latn
  • The letter O with a horn and an acute accent.

    See also

    Inter: Latn-scrip &raquo; t
  • ớ at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: Latin Extended Additional character info &raquo; hex=1edb|name=LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH HORN AND ACUTE

    Translingual

    Letter

    Inter: mul-letter &raquo; upper=Ớ|lower=ớ|script=Latn
  • The letter o with a horn and an acute accent.

    See also

    Inter: Latn-scrip &raquo; t

  • Translation: li &raquo; ớ
    Translation: vi &raquo; ớ
    Translation: zh &raquo; ớ

    Ở at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: Latin Extended Additional character info &raquo; hex=1ede|name=LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH HORN AND HOOK ABOVE

    Translingual

    Letter

    Inter: mul-letter &raquo; upper=Ở|lower=ở|script=Latn
  • The letter O with a horn and a hook.

    See also

    Inter: Latn-scrip &raquo; t
  • Ỡ at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: Latin Extended Additional character info &raquo; hex=1ee0|name=LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH HORN AND TILDE

    Translingual

    Letter

    Inter: mul-letter &raquo; upper=Ỡ|lower=ỡ|script=Latn
  • The letter O with a horn and a tilde.

    See also

    Inter: Latn-scrip &raquo; t
  • ỡ at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: Latin Extended Additional character info &raquo; hex=1ee1|name=LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH HORN AND TILDE

    Translingual

    Letter

    Inter: mul-letter &raquo; upper=Ỡ|lower=ỡ|script=Latn
  • The letter o with a horn and a tilde.

    See also

    Inter: Latn-scrip &raquo; t
  • Ợ at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: Latin Extended Additional character info &raquo; hex=1ee2|name=LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH HORN AND DOT BELOW

    Translingual

    Letter

    Inter: mul-letter &raquo; upper=Ợ|lower=ợ|script=Latn
  • The letter O with a horn and a dot below.

    See also

    Inter: Latn-scrip &raquo; t
  • ợ at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: Latin Extended Additional character info &raquo; hex=1ee3|name=LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH HORN AND DOT BELOW

    Translingual

    Letter

    Inter: mul-letter &raquo; upper=Ợ|lower=ợ|script=Latn
  • The letter o with a horn and a dot below.

    See also

    Inter: Latn-scrip &raquo; t

  • Translation: fr &raquo; ợ
    Translation: li &raquo; ợ
    Translation: vi &raquo; ợ
    Translation: zh &raquo; ợ

    Ő at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: Latin Extended-A character info &raquo; hex=150|name=LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH DOUBLE ACUTE

    Hungarian

    Letter

    Inter: head &raquo; hu|letter|uppercase||lowercase|ő
  • The O with a double acute accent, a letter of the hungarian alphabet, representing a long Ö.

    See also

    Inter: Latn-scrip &raquo; t

  • Translation: fr &raquo; Ő
    Translation: io &raquo; Ő
    Translation: nl &raquo; Ő

    Ȯ at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: Latin Extended-B character info &raquo; hex=22e|name=LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH DOT ABOVE

    Translingual

    Letter

    Inter: mul-letter &raquo; upper=Ȯ|lower=ȯ|script=Latn
  • The letter O with a dot above.

    See also

    Inter: Latn-scrip &raquo; t

  • Translation: fr &raquo; Ȯ

    ȯ at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: Latin Extended-B character info &raquo; hex=22f|name=LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH DOT ABOVE

    Translingual

    Letter

    Inter: mul-letter &raquo; upper=Ȯ|lower=ȯ|script=Latn
  • The letter o with a dot above.

    See also

    Inter: Latn-scrip &raquo; t

  • Translation: fr &raquo; ȯ

    Ọ at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: Latin Extended Additional character info &raquo; hex=1ecc|name=LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH DOT BELOW

    Translingual

    Letter

    Inter: mul-letter &raquo; upper=Ọ|lower=ọ|script=Latn
  • The letter O with a dot below.

    See also

    Inter: Latn-scrip &raquo; t
  • ọ at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: Latin Extended Additional character info &raquo; hex=1ecd|name=LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH DOT BELOW

    Translingual

    Letter

    Inter: mul-letter &raquo; upper=Ọ|lower=ọ|script=Latn
  • The letter o with a dot below.

    See also

    Inter: Latn-scrip &raquo; t

  • Translation: zh &raquo; ọ

    Ò at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: Latin-1 Supplement character info &raquo; hex=d2|name=LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH GRAVE

    Translingual

    Letter

    Inter: mul-letter &raquo; upper=Ò|lower=ò|script=Latn
  • The letter O with a grave accent.

    See also

    Inter: Latn-scrip &raquo; t

  • Translation: nl &raquo; Ò
    Translation: ja &raquo; Ò

    Ô at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: Latin-1 Supplement character info &raquo; hex=d4|name=LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH CIRCUMFLEX

    Translingual

    Letter

    Inter: mul-letter &raquo; upper=Ô|lower=ô|script=Latn
  • The letter O with a circumflex.

    See also

    Inter: Latn-scrip &raquo; t

  • Translation: fr &raquo; Ô
    Translation: nl &raquo; Ô
    Translation: ja &raquo; Ô

    ŏ at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: Latin Extended-A character info &raquo; name=LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH BREVE|hex=014F|previous=Ŏ|next=Ő

    Translingual

    Letter

    Inter: mul-letter &raquo; upper=Ŏ|lower=ŏ|script=Latn
  • The lowercase letter o with a breve above.

    Usage notes

    *Often used to represent a short O sound, such as ʌ or ɔ.

  • Translation: fr &raquo; ŏ
    Translation: ja &raquo; ŏ

    Ŏ at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: Latin Extended-A character info &raquo; name=LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH BREVE|hex=014E|previous=ō|next=ŏ

    Translingual

    Letter

    Inter: mul-letter &raquo; upper=Ŏ|lower=ŏ|script=Latn
  • The uppercase letter O with a breve above.

  • Translation: fr &raquo; Ŏ
    Translation: ja &raquo; Ŏ

    ǫ at English (WD) Of Explained:

    ==Translingual==
    Inter: Latin Extended-B character info &raquo; hex=1eb|name=LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH OGONEK


    Elfdalian

    Etymology

    From Inter: etyl &raquo; non|dlc Inter: term &raquo; hón|lang=non. Cognate with Swedish Inter: term &raquo; hon|lang=sv.

    Pronoun

    Inter: head &raquo; dlc|personal pronoun|g=f
  • she

  • Navajo

    Letter

    ong>Ǫong> ong>ǫong>
  • The letter o with a hook, which represents the nasalization:<ol>
  • : ǫ = Inter: IPAchar &raquo; /õ˨/
  • : ǫ́ = Inter: IPAchar &raquo; /õ˥/
  • : ǫǫ = Inter: IPAchar &raquo; /õː˨˨/
  • : ǫ́ǫ = Inter: IPAchar &raquo; /õː˥˨/
  • : ǫǫ́ = Inter: IPAchar &raquo; /õː˨˥/
  • : ǫ́ǫ́ = Inter: IPAchar &raquo; /õː˥˥/

  • ol>
    Category: Category - :Navajo letters|O

    Old Norse

    Letter

    ong>ǫong>
  • the 22nd letter of the Old Norse alphabet

  • Category: Category:Old Norse letters -
    Translation: fr &raquo; ǫ
    Translation: nl &raquo; ǫ
    Translation: sv &raquo; ǫ

    Ö at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: Latin-1 Supplement character info &raquo; hex=00D6|previous=Õ|next=×|image=Category: File:O-umlaut.svg - |caption=Uppercase and lowercase ong>Öong> 
    Inter: also &raquo; Appendix:Variations of "o"

    Translingual

    Letter

    Inter: mul-letter &raquo; upper=Ö|lower=ö|script=Latn
  • The letter O with a Inter: l &raquo; en|diaeresis.<ol>
  • The letter O with an Inter: l &raquo; en|umlaut.

    See also

    Inter: Latn-scrip &raquo; t

  • ol>

    Azeri

    Letter

    Inter: az-letter &raquo; upper=Ö|lower=ö
  • Inter: Latn-def &raquo; az|letter|22

    See also

    * Inter: list:Latin script letters/a &raquo; z

  • Finnish

    Letter

    Inter: fi-letter &raquo; upper=Ö|lower=ö
  • Inter: Latn-def &raquo; fi|letter|28|öö

    Derived terms

    * aasta ööhön

    See also

    * Inter: list:Latin script letters/f &raquo; i

  • German Sign Language

    Etymology

    A variation of the sign for "O".

    Production

    This one-handed GSL sign is produced as follows:
    • Posture the dominant hand in the “O” shape, then move it downwards.

      Letter

      Inter: head &raquo; gsg|letter|head=Category: File - :Deutsche Gebärdensprache - Ö.png|100px|Ö


  • the letter Ö

  • Turkish

    Letter

    Inter: tr-letter &raquo; upper=Ö|lower=ö
  • Inter: Latn-def &raquo; tr|letter|19|ö

    See also

    * Inter: list:Latin script letters/t &raquo; r

  • Translation: de &raquo; Ö
    Translation: el &raquo; Ö
    Translation: fr &raquo; Ö
    Translation: ko &raquo; Ö
    Translation: io &raquo; Ö
    Translation: la &raquo; Ö
    Translation: nl &raquo; Ö
    Translation: ja &raquo; Ö
    Translation: fi &raquo; Ö
    Translation: sv &raquo; Ö
    Translation: tr &raquo; Ö

    ổ at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: also &raquo; Appendix:Variations of "o"
    Inter: Latin Extended Additional character info &raquo; hex=1ed5|name=LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH CIRCUMFLEX AND HOOK ABOVE

    Vietnamese

    Noun

    ong>ổong><ol>
  • nest

  • ol>
    Category: Category:Vietnamese nouns -
    Inter: attention &raquo; vi
    Translation: fr &raquo; ổ
    Translation: ko &raquo; ổ
    Translation: li &raquo; ổ
    Translation: vi &raquo; ổ
    Translation: zh &raquo; ổ

    Ō at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: Latin Extended-A character info &raquo; hex=14C|name=LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH MACRON
    Inter: also &raquo; Appendix:Variations of "O"

    Translingual

    Letter

    Inter: mul-letter &raquo; upper=Ō|lower=ō|script=Latn
  • The letter o with a macron.

    See also

    Inter: Latn-scrip &raquo; t

  • Translation: fr &raquo; Ō
    Translation: nl &raquo; Ō

    ȫ at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: Latin Extended-B character info &raquo; hex=22b|name=Unicode Character LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH DIAERESIS AND MACRON

    Translingual

    Letter

    Inter: mul-letter &raquo; upper=Ȫ|lower=ȫ|script=Latn
  • The letter o with a diaeresis and a macron above it.

    See also

    Inter: Latn-scrip &raquo; t

  • Translation: fr &raquo; ȫ

    Ȫ at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: Latin Extended-B character info &raquo; hex=22a|name=Unicode Character LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH DIAERESIS AND MACRON

    Translingual



    Letter

    Inter: mul-letter &raquo; upper=Ȫ|lower=ȫ|script=Latn
  • The letter O with a diaeresis and a macron above it.





  • File:Owithmacronanddiaeresis.gif

    See also

    Inter: Latn-scrip &raquo; t
    Translation: fr &raquo; Ȫ

    Ỏ at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: Latin Extended-B character info &raquo; hex=1ece|name=Unicode Character LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH HOOK ABOVE

    Translingual

    Letter

    Inter: mul-letter &raquo; upper=Ỏ||lower=ỏ|script=Latn
  • The letter O with a hook above it.

    See also

    Inter: Latn-scrip &raquo; t
  • ỏ at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: Latin Extended-B character info &raquo; hex=1ecf|name=Unicode Character LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH HOOK ABOVE

    Translingual

    Letter

    Inter: mul-letter &raquo; upper=Ỏ||lower=ỏ|script=Latn
  • The letter p with a hook above it.

    See also

    Inter: Latn-scrip &raquo; t

  • Translation: zh &raquo; ỏ

    Ó at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: Latin Extended-B character info &raquo; hex=00D3|name=LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH ACUTE

    Translingual

    Letter

    Inter: mul-letter &raquo; upper=Ó|lower=ó|script=Latn
  • The letter o with a acute above it.

    See also

    Inter: Latn-scrip &raquo; t

  • Translation: es &raquo; Ó
    Translation: fr &raquo; Ó
    Translation: io &raquo; Ó
    Translation: li &raquo; Ó
    Translation: nl &raquo; Ó
    Translation: ja &raquo; Ó
    Translation: nn &raquo; Ó
    Translation: pt &raquo; Ó

    Ố at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: Latin Extended-B character info &raquo; hex=1ED0|name=LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH CIRCUMFLEX AND ACUTE

    Translingual

    Letter

    Inter: mul-letter &raquo; upper=Ố|lower=ố|script=Latn
  • The letter O with a circumflex and acute above it.

    See also

    Inter: Latn-scrip &raquo; t
  • ố at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: Latin Extended-B character info &raquo; hex=1ED1|name=LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH CIRCUMFLEX AND ACUTE

    Translingual

    Letter

    Inter: mul-letter &raquo; upper=Ố|lower=ố|script=Latn
  • The letter o with a circumflex and acute above it.

    See also

    Inter: Latn-scrip &raquo; t

  • Translation: fr &raquo; ố
    Translation: li &raquo; ố
    Translation: vi &raquo; ố
    Translation: zh &raquo; ố

    ǒ at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: Latin Extended-B character info &raquo; hex=01D2|name=LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH CARON

    Translingual

    Letter

    Inter: mul-letter &raquo; upper=Ǒ|lower=ǒ|script=Latn
  • The letter o with a háček above it.

    See also

    Inter: Latn-scrip &raquo; t

  • Translation: fr &raquo; ǒ

    ṏ at English (WD) Of Explained:

    ==Translingual==
    Inter: Latin Extended Additional character info &raquo; hex=1E4F|name=LATIN SMALL LETTER O WITH TILDE AND DIAERESIS

    Letter

    Inter: mul-letter &raquo; upper=Ṏ|lower=ṏ|script=Latn
  • Inter: non-gloss definition &raquo; The letter {{l|mul|o written with a Inter: l &raquo; en|tilde and a Inter: l &raquo; en|diaeresis.}}

    See also

    Inter: Latn-scrip &raquo; t
  • Ṏ at English (WD) Of Explained:

    ==Translingual==
    Inter: Latin Extended Additional character info &raquo; hex=1E4E|name=LATIN CAPITAL LETTER O WITH TILDE AND DIAERESIS

    Letter

    Inter: mul-letter &raquo; upper=Ṏ|lower=ṏ|script=Latn
  • Inter: non-gloss definition &raquo; The letter {{l|mul|O written with a Inter: l &raquo; en|tilde and a Inter: l &raquo; en|diaeresis.}}

    See also

    Inter: Latn-scrip &raquo; t