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Ogilvie
/oh"geuhl vee/, n. John, 1797-1867, Scottish lexicographer. * * *
Ogilvy, David
▪ British advertising executive in full  David Mackenzie Ogilvy  born , June 23, 1911, West Horsley, Surrey, England died July 21, 1999, near Bonnes, ...
Ogilvy, David M(ackenzie)
born , June 23, 1911, West Horsley, Surrey, Eng. died July 21, 1999, near Bonnes, France British advertising executive. After an Oxford education, he worked as an apprentice ...
Ogilvy, David Mackenzie
▪ 2000       British advertising executive (b. June 23, 1911, West Horsley, Surrey, Eng.—d. July 21, 1999, Bonnes, France), was a creative genius and the cofounder of ...
ogival
See ogive. * * *
ogive
/oh"juyv, oh juyv"/, n. 1. Archit. a. a diagonal vaulting rib. b. a pointed arch. 2. Statistics. the distribution curve of a frequency distribution. 3. Rocketry. the curved nose ...
Oglala
/og lah"leuh/, n., pl. Oglalas, (esp. collectively) Oglala for 1. 1. a member of a North American Indian people belonging to the Teton branch of the Dakota Indians. 2. the ...
ogle
—ogler, n. /oh"geuhl/, v., ogled, ogling, n. v.t. 1. to look at amorously, flirtatiously, or impertinently. 2. to eye; look or stare at. v.i. 3. to look amorously, ...
ogler
See ogle. * * *
Oglesby, Richard James
▪ United States senator and governor of Illinois born July 25, 1824, Floydsburg, Oldham county, Kentucky, U.S. died April 24, 1899, Elkhart, Illinois  governor of Illinois ...
Oglethorpe
/oh"geuhl thawrp'/, n. James Edward, 1696-1785, British general: founder of the colony of Georgia. * * *
Oglethorpe University
▪ university, Atlanta, Georgia, United States       private, coeducational institution of higher learning in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S. The university comprises nine ...
Oglethorpe, James (Edward)
born Dec. 22, 1696, London, Eng. died June 30/July 1, 1785, Cranham Hall, Essex, Eng. English army officer. After serving in the British army from 1712 to 1722, he entered ...
Oglethorpe, James Edward
▪ British military officer born Dec. 22, 1696, London died June 30/, July 1, 1785, Cranham Hall, Essex, Eng.  English army officer, philanthropist, and founder of the British ...
Oglethorpe,James Edward
O·gle·thorpe (ōʹgəl-thôrp'), James Edward. 1696-1785. English soldier, philanthropist, and colonizer. He secured a charter for the colony of Georgia (1732) as a refuge for ...
Ogma
/og"meuh/, n. Irish Myth. a god of poetry and eloquence and the inventor of the ogham letters: one of the Tuatha De Danann. * * *
Ogmios
/og"mee ohs'/, n. the ancient Gallic god of eloquence, identified by the Romans with Mercury. * * * ▪ Celtic deity       Celtic god of Gaul identified with the Roman ...
OGO
U.S. Aerospace. Orbiting Geophysical Observatory: one of a series of scientific satellites that studied sun-earth relationships and the earth's atmosphere, ionosphere, and ...
Ögödei
born 1185, Mongolia died 1241, Karakorum Son of Genghis Khan who succeeded his father in 1229 and greatly expanded the Mongol empire. He established his headquarters in central ...
Ogoja
▪ Nigeria       town, Cross River state, southeastern Nigeria, on the road from Abakaliki. A major trade centre (yams, cassava [manioc], corn [maize], rice, palm oil ...
ogonek
/oh goh"nek/, n. a mark placed under a letter, such as Polish a or e, to mark a nasal sound; an inverted cedilla. [ < Pol; lit., bobtail] * * *
Ogooué River
or Ogowe River River, west-central Africa, mainly in Gabon. It rises in Gabon and flows northwest, then west, emptying into the Atlantic Ocean south of Port-Gentil after a ...
Ogot, Grace
▪ Kenyan author née  Grace Emily Akinyi   born May 15, 1930, Butere, near Kisumu, central Nyanza Region, Kenya       Kenyan author of widely anthologized short ...
OGPU
/og"pooh/, n. (in the U.S.S.R.) the government's secret-police organization (1923-1934). Also, Ogpu. Cf. Cheka, KGB. [ < Russ Ógpu, for Ob"edinënnoe gosudárstvennoe ...
ogre
—ogreish /oh"geuhr ish/, ogrish /oh"grish/, adj. —ogreishly, ogrishly, adv. —ogreism, ogrism, n. /oh"geuhr/, n. 1. a monster in fairy tales and popular legend, usually ...
ogre-faced spider
▪ arachnid       any member of the family Dinopidae (or Deinopidae; order Araneida). One pair of eyes is unusually large, producing an ogrelike appearance. The spiders ...
ogreish
See ogre. * * *
ogress
ogress1 /oh"gris/, n. 1. a female monster in fairy tales and popular legend, usually represented as a hideous giant who feeds on human flesh. 2. a monstrously ugly, cruel, or ...
Ogun
▪ state, Nigeria       state, western Nigeria, created in 1976 and comprising former Abeokuta and Ijebu provinces of former Western state, the latter carved out of ...
Ogunde, Hubert
▪ Nigerian playwright born 1916, Ososa, near Ijebu-Ode, Nigeria died April 4, 1990, London, Eng.       Nigerian playwright, actor, theatre manager, and musician, who ...
Ogunmola, Kola
▪ Nigerian dramatist original name  Elijah Kolawole Ogunmola   born Nov. 11, 1925, Okemesi, Nigeria died 1973       Nigerian (Nigerian theatre) actor, mime, director, ...
Oğuz
▪ people also spelled  Oghuz , or  Ghuzz        confederation of Turkic peoples whose homeland, until at least the 11th century AD, was the steppes of central Asia ...
Ogyū Sorai
▪ Japanese scholar Roger T. Ames born March 21, 1666, Edo, Japan died Feb. 28, 1728, Edo       one of the foremost Japanese scholars of Chinese culture and a leading ...
oh
/oh/, interj., n., pl. oh's, ohs, v. interj. 1. (used as an expression of surprise, pain, disapprobation, etc.) 2. (used in direct address to attract the attention of the person ...
Oh
/oh/, n. Sadaharu /sah'deuh hahr"ooh/, born 1940, Chinese baseball player in Japan. * * *
OH
Ohio (approved esp. for use with zip code). * * *
Oh Sadaharu
▪ Japanese baseball player born May 20, 1940, Tokyo, Japan    professional baseball player who played for the Tokyo Yomiuri Giants in the Japanese Central League for 22 ...
Oh! Susanna
a well-known US song written in 1848 by Stephen Foster. It became especially popular with the forty-niners who sang it on their way to look for gold in California. It ends: Oh! ...
oh-oh
oh-oh [ō′ō] interj. var. of UH-OH * * *
Ohain, Hans Joachim Pabst von
▪ 1999       German aeronautical engineer (b. Dec. 14, 1911, Dessau, Ger.—d. March 13, 1998, Melbourne, Fla.), designed the HeS3b, the turbojet engine that powered the ...
Ohara
▪ Japanese art school       Japanese school of floral art, founded by Ohara Unshin in the early 20th century, which introduced the moribana style of naturalistic ...
OHC
Auto. See overhead camshaft. * * *
OHG
Old High German. Also, OHG., O.H.G. * * *
ohia lehua
/oh hee"euh/ lehua (def. 1). [1885-90; < Hawaiian 'ohi'a-lehua] * * *
ohialehua
o·hi·a le·hu·a (ō-hēʹə lā-ho͞oʹə) n. Any of several evergreen shrubs or trees of the genus Metrosideros of Hawaii and other Pacific islands, especially M. collina or ...
Ohio
—Ohioan, adj., n. /oh huy"oh/, n. 1. a state in the NE central United States: a part of the Midwest. 10,797,419; 41,222 sq. mi. (106,765 sq. km). Cap.: Columbus. Abbr.: OH (for ...
Ohio buckeye.
See under buckeye (def. 1). [1800-10, Amer.] * * *
Ohio Co.
Organization of Englishmen and Virginia colonists, established in 1748 to promote trade with American Indians and secure British control of the Ohio River valley for ...
Ohio Company
▪ United States history       in U.S. colonial history, organization of Englishmen and Virginians, established in 1748, to promote trade with groups of American Indians ...
Ohio Gang
▪ American politician       in U.S. history, a group of politicians who achieved high office during the presidential administration of Warren G. Harding (Harding, Warren ...
Ohio Idea
Proposal to redeem American Civil War bonds in paper money instead of gold. The plan, part of the debate between hard-money advocates and soft-money or Greenback movement ...
Ohio Players, the
▪ American music group Introduction  American funk and pop band from Dayton, Ohio, that put an indelible stamp on black music from the urban Midwest in the 1970s. The ...
Ohio River
a major river in the eastern central US. It begins at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where the Allegheny River and Monongahela River come together, and flows 981 miles/1 578 ...
Ohio State University
U.S. state university system consisting of a main campus in Columbus and branches in five other locations. It was established in 1870 as a land-grant institution. The main ...
Ohio University
▪ university, Athens, Ohio, United States       public, coeducational institution of higher learning in Athens, Ohio, U.S., about 80 miles (130 km) southeast of ...
Ohio, flag of
▪ Flag History       U.S. state flag in a swallow-tailed shape incorporating red and white stripes and a blue hoist triangle featuring a white-bordered red disk and 17 ...
Ohioan
Ohioan [ō hī′ō ən] adj. of Ohio: usually used in the predicate n. a person born or living in Ohio * * * See Ohio. * * *
Ohiobuckeye
Ohio buckeye n. A large shrub or tree (Aesculus glabra) of the central United States, having compound leaves and yellowish-green flowers. * * *
OhioRiver
Ohio River A river formed by the confluence of the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers in western Pennsylvania and flowing about 1,578 km (981 mi) to the Mississippi River at Cairo ...
Ōhira Masayoshi
▪ prime minister of Japan born March 12, 1910, Toyohama, Kagawa prefecture, Shikoku, Japan died June 12, 1980, Tokyo       prime minister of Japan from 1978 to ...
Ohlin
/oh"lin/; Sw. /ooh leen"/, n. Bertil /berr"til/; Sw. /bair"til/, 1899-1979, Swedish economist: Nobel prize 1977. * * *
Ohlin, Bertil
▪ Swedish economist in full  Bertil Gotthard Ohlin  born April 23, 1899, Klippan, Sweden died August 3, 1979, Vålädalen       Swedish economist and political leader ...
ohm
—ohmic /oh"mik/, adj. /ohm/, n. the SI unit of electrical resistance, defined to be the electrical resistance between two points of a conductor when a constant potential ...
Ohm
/ohm/, n. Georg Simon, /gay awrddk" zee"mawn/ 1787-1854, German physicist. * * * ▪ unit of energy measurement       abbreviation Ω, unit of electrical resistance in ...
Ohm's law
Elect. the law that for any circuit the electric current is directly proportional to the voltage and is inversely proportional to the resistance. [1840-50; named after G. S. ...
Ohm'slaw
Ohm's law (ōmz) n. The law stating that the direct current flowing in a conductor is directly proportional to the potential difference between its ends. It is usually ...
Ohm, Georg Simon
born March 16, 1789, Erlangen, Bavaria died July 6, 1854, Munich German physicist. While teaching mathematics at the Jesuits' College in Cologne (1817–27), he discovered that ...
Ohm,Georg Simon
Ohm (ōm), Georg Simon. 1789-1854. German physicist noted for his contributions to mathematics, acoustics, and the measurement of electrical resistance. * * *
ohmage
/oh"mij/, n. Elect. electric resistance expressed in ohms. [1895-1900; OHM + -AGE] * * *
ohmic
See ohm. * * *
ohmic resistance
Elect. resistance (def. 3a). [1885-90] * * *
ohmically
See ohmic. * * *
ohmmeter
/ohm"mee'teuhr/, n. Elect. an instrument for measuring electric resistance in ohms. [1895-1900; OHM + -METER] * * * ▪ instrument       instrument for measuring ...
OHMS
OHMS abbr. On Her (
Ohno Taiichi
▪ Japanese businessman born 1912, Manchuria, China died May 28, 1990, Toyota City, Japan       Japanese production-control expert for the Toyota Motor (Toyota Motor ...
oho
/oh hoh"/, interj. (used as an exclamation to express surprise, taunting, exultation, etc.) [1300-50; ME] * * *
ohone
/euh khohn"/, interj. Scot. and Irish Eng. alas! Also, ochone. [1470-80; < ScotGael ochan, Ir ochón; cf. OCH] * * *
Ohre
/awr"zheuh/, n. a river in central Europe, flowing NE from Germany through the W Czech Republic to the Elbe. 193 mi. (310 km) long. German, Eger. * * *
Ohře River
▪ river, Europe German  Eger,         tributary of the Elbe River, rising in the Fichtel Mountains (Fichtelgebirge) of Germany and flowing generally east and ...
Ohrid
/oh"krid, oh"kreed/; Serbo-Croatian. /aw"khrddid/, n. Lake, a lake between E Albania and SW Macedonia, emptying into the Drin River. ab. 20 mi. (32 km) long. * * * ▪ ...
Ohrid, Lake
▪ lake, Albania-Macedonia       lake on the Macedonia-Albania border, southeastern Europe. It has an area of 134 square miles (347 square km). At 938 feet (286 m), it is ...
Ohrmazd
/awr"meuhzd/, n. Zoroastrianism. See Ahura Mazda. * * *
oi
/oy/, interj. OY. * * *
Oi
/oy/, n. a type of punk rock featuring violent, racist lyrics, associated esp. with skinheads. [1975-80; of disputed orig.] * * *
OI
opportunistic infection. * * *
oi-no-
One, unique. Derivatives include once, atone, union, universe, and any. I. Basic form *oi-no-. 1. a. a1, an1, once, one; alone, anon, atone, lone, lonely, none, from Old English ...
OIC
officer in charge. * * *
OIcel
Old Icelandic. * * *
oidium
—oidioid, adj. /oh id"ee euhm/, n., pl. oidia /oh id"ee euh/. Mycol. 1. one of the conidia that are borne in chains by certain fungi. 2. (in certain fungi) a thin-walled spore ...
oik
/oyk/, n., pl. oicks, oiks. Brit. Slang. oaf; lout. [1920-25; of obscure orig.] * * *


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