[ok-tuh-pod] /ˈɒk təˌpɒd/
any eight-armed cephalopod mollusk of the order or suborder Octopoda, including the octopuses and paper nautiluses.
any cephalopod mollusc of the order Octopoda, including octopuses and the paper nautilus, having eight tentacles, and lacking an internal shell
of, relating to, or belonging to the Octopoda
1826 (adj.); 1835 (n.), from Latinized form of Greek oktopod-, from stem of oktopous (see octopus).
[ok-tuh-puh s] /ˈɒk tə pəs/ noun, plural octopuses, octopi [ok-tuh-pahy] /ˈɒk təˌpaɪ/ (Show IPA) 1. any octopod of the genus Octopus, having a soft, oval body and eight sucker-bearing arms, living mostly at the bottom of the sea. 2. something likened to an octopus, as an organization with many forms of far-reaching influence or control. […]
[ok-tuh-roon] /ˌɒk təˈrun/ noun 1. a person having one-eighth black ancestry; the offspring of a and a white. /ˌɒktəˈruːn/ noun 1. a person having one quadroon and one White parent and therefore having one-eighth Black blood Compare quadroon n. 1861, irregular formation from Latin octo “eight” (see eight) + suffix abstracted from quadroon (in which […]
[ok-toh-si-lab-ik] /ˌɒk toʊ sɪˈlæb ɪk/ adjective 1. consisting of or pertaining to eight syllables. noun 2. an .
[ok-tuh-sil-uh-buh l] /ˈɒk təˌsɪl ə bəl/ noun 1. a word or line of verse of eight syllables. /ˈɒktəˌsɪləbəl/ noun 1. a line of verse composed of eight syllables 2. a word of eight syllables