[oh-lin-duh; Portuguese oo-leen-dah] /oʊˈlɪn də; Portuguese ʊˈlĩ dɑ/
a city in NE Brazil, N suburb of Recife, on the Atlantic coast: beach resort.
[oh-ling-goh] /oʊˈlɪŋ goʊ/ noun, plural olingos. 1. any raccoonlike, nocturnal, fruit-eating mammal of the genus Bassaricyon, inhabiting tropical jungles from Nicaragua to Peru and Bolivia and having large eyes and a long, ringed tail.
[oh-lee-oh] /ˈoʊ liˌoʊ/ noun, plural olios. 1. a dish of many ingredients. 2. Informal. (def 2). 3. a mixture of heterogeneous elements; hodgepodge. 4. a medley or potpourri, as of musical or literary selections; miscellany. 5. Theater. /ˈəʊlɪˌəʊ/ noun (pl) olios 1. a dish of many different ingredients 2. a miscellany or potpourri n. medley […]
[ol-uh-fuh nt] /ˈɒl ə fənt/ noun 1. Margaret Wilson, 1828–97, Scottish novelist. /ˈɒlɪfənt/ noun 1. Sir Mark Laurence Elwin. 1901–2000, British nuclear physicist, born in Australia n. obsolete form of elephant, c.1200; also used in Middle English with sense “ivory horn.”
oliva o·li·va (ō-lī’və) n. pl. o·li·vae (-vē) See olivary body.