Zo



variant of before a vowel:
zooid.
Historical Examples

zo answered this time—as she had formerly answered Teresa in the Gardens.
Heart and Science Wilkie Collins

Now, I hafen’t got any beguliaridies, and zo it’s no good drying to imidade me.’
Despair’s Last Journey David Christie Murray

As Zeno showed himself more willing to talk, zo seemed to grow more indifferent.
Arethusa F. Marion Crawford

Besides, Antoine is in the humor just now to refuse nothing for sake of zo.
The Golden Dog William Kirby

The corpse-faced man nodded twice in assent, and his thin lips writhed hideously when zo’s eyes fell on him.
Arethusa F. Marion Crawford

zo twitched her mother’s arm nervously, as a hint not to say too much.
The Golden Dog William Kirby

Tell me what the book says about gifts revocable—that is what concerns me and zo.
The Golden Dog William Kirby

The particles ca and zo, as has been said above, are used as interrogatives.
Diego Collado’s Grammar of the Japanese Language Diego Collado

zo sank back in the close darkness and found herself leaning against yielding pillows covered with soft leather.
Arethusa F. Marion Crawford

Now, Seorita, if I hold you not zo far out as you like, tell me.
Under the Southern Cross Elizabeth Robins

noun (pl) zos, zhos, dzos, zo, zho, dzo
a Tibetan breed of cattle, developed by crossing the yak with common cattle
combining form
a variant (before a vowel) of zoo-

zo- pref.
Variant of zoo-.

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