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  • n. Obsolete form of hour.
  • n. Obsolete form of oar.
  • n. Obsolete form of ore.
  • n. The aurochs.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. The aurochs.


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  • An as he skellied intae the white bleeze, a troop o droid surveillance puggies advanced in heelstergowdie formation alang the corridor roof, skited by owre his heid an wi a clatter o mettalic cleuks, skittered awa eastwards doon the shadowy vennel.

    Archive 2004-09-01

  • And he gaed, and as he was bringing hame the water, a raven owre abune his head cried to him to look, and he would see that the water was running out.

    The Blue Fairy Book

  • I'm engaged wi 'Doctor Ramsey, he's laird owre all our land

    The Miller o' Straloch

  • With nut-brown ale he tells the tale which rows him owre fu nappy (drunk)

    Merry May the Maid Be

  • He lay owre his machine-gun wi 'a bullet in his brain

    Jamie Foyers

  • Deo gratias, &c. Noe gratious God he save owre kynge,

    For the Victory at Agincourt

  • Deo gratias, &c. Then went owre kynge, with alle his oste,

    For the Victory at Agincourt

  • We'll be happy a 'thegither owre a wee drappie o't. cho: Owre a wee drappie o't, owre a wee drappie o't,

    A Wee Drappie O't

  • But we're a 'met thegither owre a wee drappie o't.

    A Wee Drappie O't

  • We'll be happy a 'thegither owre a wee drappie o't.

    A Wee Drappie O't


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