[ok-uh-ree-nuh] /ˌɒk əˈri nə/
a simple musical wind instrument shaped somewhat like an elongated egg with a mouthpiece and finger holes.
an egg-shaped wind instrument with a protruding mouthpiece and six to eight finger holes, producing an almost pure tone Also called (US informal) sweet potato
1877, from Italian ocarina, diminutive of oca “goose” (so called for its shape), from Vulgar Latin *auca, from Latin avicula “small bird,” diminutive of avis “bird” (see aviary).
[oh-kuh] /ˈoʊ kə/ noun 1. a wood sorrel, Oxalis tuberosa, of the Andes, cultivated in South America for its edible tubers. 2. a tuber of this plant. /ˈəʊkə/ noun 1. any of various South American herbaceous plants of the genus Oxalis, cultivated for their edible tubers: family Oxalidaceae Organization of Central American States Obsessive Compulsive […]
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- Occam 2
language An extension of occam produced in 1987. Occam 2 adds floating-point, functions and a type system. [“occam 2 Reference Manual”, INMOS, P-H 1988, ISBN 0-13-629312-3]. (1994-11-18)
[ok-uh m] /ˈɒk əm/ noun 1. William of, died 1349? English scholastic philosopher. /ˈɒkəm/ noun 1. a variant spelling of (William of) Ockham