[ot-wey] /ˈɒt weɪ/
Thomas, 1652–85, English dramatist.
Thomas. 1652–85, English dramatist, noted for The Orphan (1680) and Venice Preserv’d (1682)
[oh-oo] /ˈoʊˈu/ noun 1. a rare Hawaiian honeycreeper, Psittirostra psittacea, having an olive-green body, a parrotlike bill, and in the male a bright yellow head. /əʊ/ noun 1. (South African, slang) a man, bloke, or chap abbreviation 1. the Open University 2. Oxford University OU abbr. Latin oculus uterque (either eye, each eye)
Latin oculus uterque (each eye; both eyes)
[wah-bah-in] /wɑˈbɑ ɪn/ noun, Pharmacology. 1. a glycoside occurring as a white, crystalline powder, C 2 9 H 4 4 O 1 2 , obtained from the seeds of a shrub, Strophanthus gratus, or from the wood of trees of the genus Acokanthera, and used in medicine chiefly as a cardiac stimulant. /ˈwɑːbɑːɪn/ noun 1. […]
[wosh-i-taw, waw-shi-] /ˈwɒʃ ɪˌtɔ, ˈwɔ ʃɪ-/ noun, plural Ouachitas (especially collectively) Ouachita for 2. 1. a river flowing SE from W Arkansas through NE Louisiana to the Red River. 605 miles (975 km) long. 2. a member of a former North American Indian tribe, apparently of the Caddoan stock, of NE Louisiana. /ˈwɒʃɪˌtɔː/ noun 1. […]