[ohk-muhl-gee] /oʊkˈmʌl gi/
a river in NW Georgia, flowing SE to join the Oconee River and form the Altamaha River. 255 miles (410 km) long.
Optical Carrier n
one cancels the other order
An assembly language for a stack-based virtual machine, used as the intermediate language of the Cambridge BCPL compiler. [“The Portability of the BCPL Compiler”, M. Richards, Soft Prac & Exp 1(2) (1971)]. (1995-01-30)
[uh-koh-nee-belz] /əˈkoʊ niˌbɛlz/ noun, plural oconee-bells. (used with a singular or plural verb) 1. a plant, Shortia galacifolia, of the southeastern U.S., having glossy, rounded leaves and white or pink bell-shaped flowers with fringed petals.