Obsolete. a nephew or niece.
an exclamation of dismay or exasperation; also written oi ; also called oy vay , oy vey
It is snowing again! Oy!
Yiddish exclamation of dismay, 1892, American English. Extended form oy vey (1959) includes Yiddish vey, from German Weh “woe” (see woe).
An exclamation of multiple significance: Oy may be employed to express anything from ecstasy to horror
[1892+; fr Hebrew]
noun 1. a town on the N shore of Long Island, in SE New York. Theodore Roosevelt homestead nearby.
[oi-ster] /ˈɔɪ stər/ noun 1. any of several edible, marine, bivalve mollusks of the family Ostreidae, having an irregularly shaped shell, occurring on the bottom or adhering to rocks or other objects in shallow water. 2. the oyster-shaped bit of dark meat in the front hollow of the side bone of a fowl. 3. Slang. […]
noun 1. a place where oysters breed or are cultivated. noun 1. a place, esp on the sea bed, where oysters breed and grow naturally or are cultivated for food or pearls Also called oyster bank, oyster park
noun 1. an edible, brownish-gray to white mushroom, Pleurotus ostreatus, that grows in clusters on fallen trees and their stumps.