Did you by any chance mean ox?
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. The Roman numerals signifying nine; denoting a quantity consisting of one more than eight and one less than ten.
- adj. denoting a quantity consisting of one more than eight and one less than ten
- n. the cardinal number that is the sum of eight and one
“Page 53 connection cannot be assumed without separating x¹ a from x¹ b, with which, however, it obviously forms a group, and entirely disregarding the relations which the groups x, ix: ix¹, x¹ bear to one another and to the dolphin 0¹.”
“The less rigid correspondence of these groups (x, ix: ix¹, x¹), as caused some difficulty.”
“The fix ix is to uphold the current laws and illegals need to be put out of the country.”
“Oh so because boys have more interest in lacrosse and girls dont because of title ix, the school will ...”
“GRACE: To Mike Brooks, former D.C. cop, how could that -- I mean, if baby Maddy ` s fluid was in this car, I mean, that kind of ix-nays the people that rented it before.”
“MallarmÃ© needed four words that rhyme in "ix," and had to invent a suitable one for his allegorical sonnet.”
“St. Ignatius never wearies in his letters of proposing faith as the light and love as the way, love being the end and aim of faith ( "Ad Ephes.", ix, xiv; "Ad Philad.", ix; "Ad Smyrn.", vi).”
“Gender aside, I'me all for reviving the 'ix' suffix (haha) just because it sounds cool.”
“- ix" is the female ending for "- or" ending nouns (dominator/dominatrix), so naturally we tried to extend that as much as possible into the real world.”
“Into the word jazz, whether we like it or not, are plugged long, heavy-duty cables connecting to issues of race, the individual and the group in a democracy, the role of the arts in a commercial culture, the relationship of so-called ‘high art’ to so-called ‘popular art,’ the question of whether there is such a thing as progress in the arts, and on and on page ix.”
Looking for tweets for ix.