a type of punk rock featuring violent, racist lyrics, associated especially with skinheads.
(used to express dismay, pain, annoyance, grief, etc.)
(Brit) a cry used to attract attention, esp in an aggressive way
of or relating to a form of punk rock popular esp among skinheads in the late 1970s and 1980s
noun (pl) oi
(NZ) another name for grey-faced petrel
an exclamation of dismay or exasperation; also written oi ; also called oy vay , oy vey
It is snowing again! Oy!
1962, vulgar or working class pronunciation of hoy a call or shout to attract attention.
Yiddish exclamation of dismay, 1892, American English. Extended form oy vey (1959) includes Yiddish vey, from German Weh “woe” (see woe).
An exclamation of multiple significance: Oy may be employed to express anything from ecstasy to horror
[1892+; fr Hebrew]
Office of Investigator
1. officer in charge. abbreviation 1. oh I see chat oh, I see. (1998-01-18) 1. Office of Independent Counsel 2. officer in charge 3. oh, I see
1. Old Icelandic.
1. a suffix meaning “resembling,” “like,” used in the formation of adjectives and nouns (and often implying an incomplete or imperfect resemblance to what is indicated by the preceding element): alkaloid; anthropoid; cardioid; cuboid; lithoid; ovoid; planetoid. suffix, suffix 1. indicating likeness, resemblance, or similarity: anthropoid word-forming element meaning “like, like that of, thing like […]
[oh-id-ee-uh m] /oʊˈɪd i əm/ noun, plural oidia [oh-id-ee-uh] /oʊˈɪd i ə/ (Show IPA). Mycology. 1. one of the conidia that are borne in chains by certain fungi. 2. (in certain fungi) a thin-walled spore derived from the fragmentation of a hypha into its component cells. /əʊˈɪdɪəm/ noun (pl) -ia (-ɪə) 1. (botany) any of […]