[of-ee-ol-uh-jee, oh-fee-] /ˌɒf iˈɒl ə dʒi, ˌoʊ fi-/
the branch of herpetology dealing with snakes.
the branch of zoology that is concerned with the study of snakes
[of-ee-of-uh-guh s, oh-fee-] /ˌɒf iˈɒf ə gəs, ˌoʊ fi-/ adjective 1. eating snakes.
noun a fear of snakes; also called ophidiophobia See ophidiophobia Word Origin Greek ophidion ‘small snake’
[oh-fer] /ˈoʊ fər/ noun 1. a country of uncertain location, possibly southern Arabia or the eastern coast of Africa, from which gold and precious stones and trees were brought for Solomon. I Kings 10:11. /ˈəʊfə/ noun 1. (Bible) a region, probably situated on the SW coast of Arabia on the Red Sea, renowned, esp in […]
[of-ahyt, oh-fahyt] /ˈɒf aɪt, ˈoʊ faɪt/ noun, Petrology. 1. a diabase in which elongate crystals of plagioclase are embedded in pyroxene. /ˈəʊfaɪt/ noun 1. any of several greenish mottled rocks with ophitic texture, such as dolerite and diabase