[French œ-yuh-duh-bœf] /French ˌœ yə dəˈbœf/
noun, plural oeils-de-boeuf
[French œ-yuh-duh-bœf] /French ˌœ yə dəˈbœf/ (Show IPA)
a comparatively small round or oval window, as in a frieze.
noun (pl) oeils-de-boeuf (œjdəbœf)
a circular window, esp in 17th- and 18th-century French architecture
[œ-yad] /œˈyad/ noun, plural oeillades [œ-yad] /œˈyad/ (Show IPA). French. 1. an amorous glance; ogle. /ɜːˈjɑːd; French œjad/ noun 1. (literary) an amorous or suggestive glance; ogle n. “an oogling stare, an amorous gaze,” 1590s, from French oeillide (15c.), from oeil “eye” (from Latin oculus, see eye (n.)) + -ade.
1. . abbreviation 1. original equipment manufacturer: a computer company whose products are made by customizing basic parts supplied by others original equipment manufacturer original equipment manufacturer
Office of Environmental Monitoring and Prediction
[ee-nee-uh s, -nyoos] /ˈi ni əs, -nyus/ noun, Classical Mythology. 1. a king of Calydon believed to have been the first man to cultivate grapes.