[ohl-duh m; locally ou-duh m] /ˈoʊl dəm; locally ˈaʊ dəm/
a city in Greater Manchester, in NW England.
a town in NW England, in Oldham unitary authority, Greater Manchester. Pop: 103 544 (2001)
a unitary authority in NW England, in Greater Manchester. Pop: 218 100 (2003 est). Area: 141 sq km (54 sq miles)
noun 1. a person who is experienced in or familiar with a subject, area, procedure, etc.: The guide you just hired is an old hand at leading safaris. noun 1. a person who is skilled at something through long experience 2. (Austral, informal) (in the 19th century) an ex-convict 3. (Austral, informal) a person who […]
noun 1. Older Use. the devil; Satan. noun 1. (informal) a jocular name for Satan
adjective 1. old-fashioned; dated. 2. trite from having long been used or known. adjective 1. (postpositive) old-fashioned or trite adj. “out of date,” first recorded 1911. As a noun phrase, however, it had different sense previously. The “Classical Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue” (1796) defines it as, “a woman’s privities, because frequently felt.” Obsolete, old-fashioned: […]
noun 1. High German before 1100. Abbreviation: OHG. noun 1. a group of West Germanic dialects that eventually developed into modern German; High German up to about 1200: spoken in the Middle Ages on the upper Rhine, in Bavaria, Alsace, and elsewhere, including Alemannic, Bavarian, Langobardic, and Upper Franconian OHG