[ok-tuh-stahyl] /ˈɒk təˌstaɪl/
having eight columns in the front, as a temple or portico.
[ok-tuh-took, -tyook] /ˈɒk təˌtuk, -ˌtyuk/ noun 1. the first eight books of the Old Testament, consisting of Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy, Joshua, Judges, and Ruth, or a volume containing them.
[ok-tuh-vey-luh nt] /ˌɒk təˈveɪ lənt/ adjective, Chemistry. 1. having a valence of eight. /ˌɒktəˈveɪlənt/ adjective 1. (chem) having a valency of eight
[ok-tiv, -teyv] /ˈɒk tɪv, -teɪv/ noun 1. Music. 2. a pipe-organ stop whose pipes give tones an octave above the normal pitch of the keys used. 3. a series or group of eight. 4. Also called octet. Prosody. 5. the eighth of a series. 6. Ecclesiastical. 7. one eighth of a pipe of wine. 8. […]
- Octave coupler
noun 1. a mechanism on an organ and on some harpsichords that enables keys or pedals an octave apart to be played simultaneously