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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An abbreviation of Old English.
  • An abbreviation of Old French.
  • n. All right; correct: now commonly used as an indorsement, as on a bill.
  • n. An abbreviation of old style
  • n. of Old Saxon
  • n. of old series.
  • n. An abbreviation of Old Testament.
  • An abbreviation of NL. OratoriƦ Baccalaureus, Bachelor of Oratory.
  • An abbreviation
  • of the Latin oculus dexter, right eye;
  • of Old Dutch;
  • of Official Document.
  • n. An abbreviation of Odd Fellow or Odd Fellows;
  • n. in mineralogy, of oxidizing flame.
  • An abbreviation of Outside Guard or Guardian.
  • n. An abbreviation of Officer of the Order of Leopold;
  • n. of Old Latin.
  • n. An abbreviation of old measurement;
  • n. of the Latin omni mane, every morning;
  • n. of Order of Merit.
  • An abbreviation of overproof in the English excise system of stating the strength of alcoholic liquors. See overproof.
  • An abbreviation of opposite prompt or prompter.
  • n. An abbreviation
  • n. of the Latin oculus sinister, left eye;
  • n. of old school;
  • n. of old side;
  • n. of Outside Sentinel.
  • An abbreviation of on track (railroad).
  • n. An abbreviation of Oxford University.
  • n. An abbreviation of oil of vitriol.

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