[ok-ster] /ˈɒk stər/
noun, Scot. and North England.
(Scot & Irish, Northern English, dialect) the armpit
/ˈɒksˌtʌŋ/ noun 1. any of various Eurasian plants of the genus Picris, having oblong bristly leaves and clusters of dandelion-like flowers: family Asteraceae (composites) 2. any of various other plants having bristly tongue-shaped leaves, such as alkanet 3. the tongue of an ox, braised or boiled as food
- Ox-tongue partisan
[oks-tuhng] /ˈɒksˌtʌŋ/ noun 1. a shafted weapon having a long, wide, tapering blade.
[ok-suh s] /ˈɒk səs/ noun 1. . /ˈɒksəs/ noun 1. the ancient name for the Amu Darya
1. a combining form meaning “sharp,” “acute,” “keen,” “pointed,” “acid,” used in the formation of compound words: oxycephalic; oxygen; oxymoron. 1. a combining form representing oxygen, in compound words, sometimes as an equivalent of hydroxy-: oxychloride. combining form 1. denoting something sharp; acute: oxytone combining form 1. containing or using oxygen: oxyacetylene 2. a former […]