noun, plural oicks, oiks. British Slang.
(Brit, derogatory, slang) a person regarded as inferior because ignorant, ill-educated, or lower-class
noun the study or science of housekeeping Word Origin Greek oikos ‘house,dwelling’
[oil] /ɔɪl/ noun 1. any of a large class of substances typically unctuous, viscous, combustible, liquid at ordinary temperatures, and soluble in ether or alcohol but not in water: used for anointing, perfuming, lubricating, illuminating, heating, etc. 2. a substance of this or similar consistency. 3. refined or crude petroleum. 4. Painting. 5. Informal. unctuous […]
noun a fear of houses, homes, or being stuck in a house; also called domatophobia See domatophobia Word Origin Greek oikos ‘house,dwelling’
- Oil baron
noun a powerful person in the oil industry