[og-muh] /ˈɒg mə/
noun, Irish Mythology.
a god of poetry and eloquence and the inventor of the ogham letters: one of the Tuatha De Danann.
[og-mee-ohs] /ˈɒg miˌoʊs/ noun 1. the ancient Gallic god of eloquence, identified by the Romans with Mercury.
U.S. Aerospace. 1. Orbiting Geophysical Observatory: one of a series of scientific satellites that studied sun-earth relationships and the earth’s atmosphere, ionosphere, and magnetosphere.
one gene, one disorder
[oh-goh-nek] /oʊˈgoʊ nɛk/ noun 1. a mark (˛) placed under a letter, as Polish a or e, to mark a nasal sound; an inverted cedilla.