[ok-toh-brist] /ɒkˈtoʊ brɪst/
a member of a Russian political party that advocated constitutional monarchism: so called because it was organized after the Czar’s manifesto in October, 1905.
(formerly) a member of a communist organization in the Soviet Union for children ranging in age from eight to ten.
a member of a Russian political party favouring the constitutional reforms granted in a manifesto issued by Nicholas II in Oct 1905
1., from Russian oktyabrist, “member of the league formed October 1905 in response to imperial policies”; 2., from Russian Oktyabryonok, “member of a Russian communist children’s organization founded 1925 and named in honor of the October Revolution.”
[ok-toh-sen-ten-uh-ree, -sen-tn-er-ee or, esp. British, -sen-tee-nuh-ree] /ˌɒk toʊ sɛnˈtɛn ə ri, -ˈsɛn tnˌɛr i or, esp. British, -sɛnˈti nə ri/ adjective 1. pertaining to 800 or a period of 800 years; marking the completion of 800 years. noun, plural octocentenaries. 2. an 800th anniversary or its celebration. /ˌɒktəʊsɛnˈtiːnərɪ/ noun (pl) -naries 1. an eight-hundredth anniversary
[ok-toh-di-sil-yuh n] /ˌɒk toʊ dɪˈsɪl yən/ noun, plural octodecillions (as after a numeral) octodecillion. 1. a cardinal number represented in the U.S. by 1 followed by 57 zeros, and in Great Britain by 1 followed by 108 zeros. adjective 2. amounting to one octodecillion in number.
[ok-tuh-des-uh-moh] /ˌɒk təˈdɛs əˌmoʊ/ noun, plural octodecimos for 2. 1. a book size of about 4 × 6 1/4 inches (10 × 16 cm), determined by printing on sheets folded to form 18 leaves or 36 pages. Symbol: 18mo, 18°. 2. a book of this size. adjective 3. in octodecimo. /ˌɒktəʊˈdɛsɪməʊ/ noun (pl) -mos 1. […]
[ok-tuh-foil] /ˈɒk təˌfɔɪl/ noun, Heraldry. 1. .