O.
O.
O’.
O’,
O.H.M.S.
O.K.
O. P. Riot (Old Price Riot).
O tem’pora! O mors!
O Yes’! O Yes! O Yes!
Oaf.
Oak.
Oak and Ash.
Oak-tree.
Oaks (The).
Oaks Famous in Story.
Oakum.
Oan’nes.
Oar.
Oars.
O’asis.
Oath.
Oaths.
Oats.
Ob. and Sol.
Obadi’ah.
Obam’bou.
Ob’elisk.
Ob’elus.
O’bermann.
O’beron.
Oberthal (Count).
Obi’dah.
Obid’icut.
O’blism.
Ob’iter dictum (Latin).
Object
Ob’olus.
Obsequies
Obstacle Race (An).
Obstinate.
Obverse (The).
O’by.
Occam (William of),
Occam’s Razor.
Occasion.
Occult Sciences.
Oce’ana.
Oc’hiltree (Edie).
Octa’vian.
Octa’vo.
Oc’ypus,
Od.
Odd Numbers.
Odd and Even.
Odd’s or Od’s,
Odds.
Ode.
Odhærir.
Odin.
O’dium Theolog’icum.
O’Doherty (Sir Morgan).
Odor Lucri (Latin).
Odori’co (in Orlando Furio’so).
Odour.
Odour of Sanctity (In the).
Odrys’ium Carmen.
O’dur.
Od’yle (2 syl.).
Od’yssey.
Œ’dipus.
Œil.
Œil de Bœuf (L’).
Off (Saxon, of; Latin, ab, from, away).
Off-hand.
Off his Head.
Off the Hooks.
Off with his Head! So much for Buckingham!
Offa’s Dyke,
Og,
Og,
Og’hams.
Oghris.
O’gier the Dane (2 syl.).
Ogleby (Lord).
O’gres
O’Groat.
Ogyg’ian Deluge.
Oi Polloi,
Oignement de Bretaigne (French).
Oignons d’Egypte.
Oil.
Oil of Palms.
Oil on Troubled Waters.
Oil the Knocker (To).
Ointment.
Olaf or Olave (St.).
Old Bags.
Old Blade (An).
Old Bonâ Fide.
Old Boots.
Old Dominion.
Old England.
Old Faith Men.
Old Fogs.
Old Fox.
Old Gentleman (The).
Old Glory.
Old Gooseberry.
Old Grog.
Old Hands,
Old Harry.
Old Humphrey.
Old Mortality.
Old News.
Old Noll.
Old Noll’s Fiddler.
Old Port School.
Old Reeky.
Old Rowley.
Old Salt (An).
Old Scratch.
Old Song.
Old Style—New Style.
Old Tom.
Old Women,
Old World.
Old as Adam.
Old as Methuselah.
Old as the Hills.
Old Age Restored to Youth.
Old Dogs will not Learn New Tricks.
Old Lady of Threadneedle Street.
Old Man Eloquent.
Old Man of the Moon (The).
Old Man of the Mountain.
Old Man of the Sea.
Oldbuck.
Oldcastle (Sir John),
Old’enburg Horn.
Oldest Nation
O’leum Adde Camino.
Olib’rius (An).
Ol’ifaunt.
Oligar’chy [olly-gar’-ky].
Olin’do.
O’lio or Oglio.
Ol’ive (2 syl.).
Ol’ive Branches.
Oliver.
Ol’iver or Oliv’ier.
Oliv’etans.
Oliv’ia.
Olla Podri’da.
Ol’lapod.
Olym’pia (in Orlando Furioso).
Olym’piad,
Olympian Jove,
Olympic Games.
Olympus.
O’Lynn (Brian).
Om.
O’man’s Sea.
Ombre.
O’mega.
Omens.
Omeyinger Saga.
Om’nibus.
Om’nium (Latin, of all).
Om’nium Gath’erum.
Omorca.
Om’phale (3 syl.).
On dit (French).
On the Loose.
On the Shelf.
One-horse System (A).
One - horse Universities.
One Step from the Sublime to the Ridiculous.
One too Many for Him (I was).
One Touch of Nature Makes the whole World Kin.
Onion Pennies.
Only (The).
On’slow,
O’nus (Latin).
O’nus Proban’di.
Onyx
O’pal.
Opal of Alphonso XII. (of Spain)
Open Air Mission.
Open Question (An).
Open Secret (An).
Open, Ses’amë.
Open the Ball (To).
Ophe’lia.
Opin’icus.
O’pium-eater (The English)
Oppidan of Eton.
Optimë (plural, op-ti-ms),
Op’timism,
O’pus Ma’jus.
Opus Op’eran’tis,
Opus Opera’tum,
Or Ever.
Oracle.
Oracle.
Oracle (Sir).
Oracle of the Church (The).
Oracle of the Holy Bottle, Bacbuc,
Oracle of Sieve and Shears (The).
Oracles
Orange Lilies (The).
Orange Lodges
Orange Peel.
Orange-tawny.
Orange Blossoms Worn at Weddings.
Orangeman.
Oran’ia.
Orator Henley.
Orbil’ian Stick (The).
Orc (in Orlando Furioso).
Or’ca.
Or’chard
Or’cus.
Or’deal (Saxon, great judgment),
Ordeal.
Order!
Order of the Cockle.
Order of the Day (The,)
Orders.
Orders of Architecture.
Ordigale.
Or’dinary (An).
Ordinary (An).
Oread (plural, Orads [3 syl.] or Ore&acheck;des [4 syl.]).
Oreilles.
Ore’lio.
Orella’na.
Orfeo and Heuro’dis.
Or’gies (2 syl.).
Orgoglio (pron. Or-gole’-yo).
Or’gon.
Oria’na.
O’riande [O’-re-ond].
O’riel.
Orientation.
Or’iflamme (3 syl.).
Or’igenists.
Original Sin.
Oril’o or Orillo (in Orlando Furioso, book viii.).
Orin’da,
Ori’on.
Orkborne (Dr.).
Orkneys.
Orlando.
Orlando Furioso.
Orlando Innamora’to (Roland the paladin in love).
Orleans.
Or’mandine (3 syl.).
Or’mulum.
Ormusd or Ormuzd.
Oromas’des (4 syl.).
O’roönda’ts.
Oro’sius (General History of),
Orotalt,
Orpheus (2 syl.).
Orpheus of Highwaymen.
Orrery.
Orsin.
Orsi’ni (Maffio).
Orson.
Orthodox Sunday,
Orts.
Ortus.
Ortwine (2 syl.).
Orvie’tan (3 syl.)
Os Sacrum. (See LUZ.)
Osbaldistone.
Oseway (Dame).
Osi’ris (in Egyptian mythology).
Osmand.
Osnaburg.
Osprey or Os’pray (a corruption of Latin ossifragus, the bone-breaker).
Ossa.
Osse’o.
Os’sian.
Ostend’ Manifesto.
Oster-Monath.
Ostler,
Os’tracis’m.
Os’trich.
Ostrich Brains.
Ostrich Eggs in Churches.
Ostrich Stomachs.
Ostringers, Sperviters, Falconers.
Oswald’s Well
Othello (in Shakespeare’s tragedy so called).
Othello’s Occupation’s Gone (Shakespeare).
Other Day (The).
Oth’man, Os’man, or Oth’oman,
O’tium cum Dig. [dignita’te].
Otos.
O’Trigger (Sir Lucius)
Oui (French for “yes”).
Out.
Out-Herod Herod (To).
Out and Out.
Out in the Fifteen—i.e.
Out in the Forty-five—i.e.
Out of Harness.
Out of Pocket.
Out of Sorts.
Out of the Wood.
Ou’tis (Greek, nobody).
Outrigger.
Outrun the Constable.
Outworks,
Ou’zel.
Ova’tion.
Over.
Over,
Over and Over Again.
Over Edom will I cast my Shoe (Psalm lx. 8; cviii. 9).
Over the Left.
O’verdo (Justice),
Overreach (Sir Giles).
Overture.
Overy.
Ovid.
Ow’ain (Sir).
Owen Meredith.
Owl.
Owl.
Owl-light.
Owl in an Ivy Bush (Like an).
Owl was a Baker’s Daughter (The).
Owlery.
Owlglass (German, Eulenspiegel).
Ox.
Ox-eye.
Ox of the Deluge.
Oxford.
Oxford Blues.
Oxford Boat Crew.
Oxford Movement.
Oxford Stroke (in rowing).
Oxgang,
O’yer and Ter’miner (Courts of)
Oyster.
Oyster.
Oyster Part (An).
Oyster and Huitre (French)
Oysters.
Oz. (for ounce).

 
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