Definitions

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  • suffix An error of a specific type.
  • suffix A diminutive suffix.
  • suffix humorous Converts certain words to faux Italian or Spanish.

Etymologies

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

Perhaps from oh1 and from shortenings such as hippo.

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From many Spanish or Italian words that end in o.

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Perhaps from a special use of the interjection O, oh; and/or perhaps from o ("one"), from Middle English o, oo, variant of a, on, oon, an ("one"). More at one.

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Back-formation from typo.

Examples

  • TheWrongGirl87: then they called the principal and demanded that all the copies of the mag that were handed out at school get destroyed davidgould101: :-o davidgould101: no way davidgould101: what happened?

    Miss Misery

  • executed following against newly created web application stsadm -o activatefeature -filename PublishingTimerJobs\feature.xml -url

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  • executed following only once in farm stsadm -o installfeature -name PublishingTimerJobs

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