[oo-lawng, -long] /ˈuˌlɔŋ, -ˌlɒŋ/
a brown or amber tea grown in China and Taiwan and partially fermented before being dried.
a kind of dark tea, grown in China, that is partly fermented before being dried
dark variety of Chinese tea, 1852, from Chinese wu-lung, literally “black dragon.”
[oo-mee-ak] /ˈu miˌæk/ noun 1. an open Eskimo boat that consists of a wooden frame covered with skins and provided with several thwarts: used for transport of goods and passengers. /ˈuːmɪˌæk/ noun 1. other words for umiak /ˈuːmɪˌæk/ noun 1. a large open boat made of stretched skins, used by Inuit Compare kayak n. “large […]
[oo mf] /ʊmf/ noun, Informal. 1. energy; vitality; enthusiasm. 2. sex appeal. /ʊmf/ noun (informal) 1. enthusiasm, vigour, or energy 2. sex appeal “sexual attractiveness,” 1937, suggestive visceral physical sound. Ann Sheridan (1915–1967) was the original Hollywood oomph girl (1939). noun [1937+; an echoic coinage suggesting the gasp of someone hit hard by a blow, […]
[oh-uh-mahy-koh-tuh] /ˌoʊ ə maɪˈkoʊ tə/ plural noun 1. the oomycetes considered as belonging to the phylum Oomycota of the kingdom Fungi.
[oo-nuh] /ˈu nə/ noun 1. a female given name.