[oh-ker] /ˈoʊ kər/
any of a class of natural earths, mixtures of hydrated oxide of iron with various earthy materials, ranging in color from pale yellow to orange and red, and used as pigments.
the color of this, ranging from pale yellow to an orangish or reddish yellow.
Obsolete. money, especially gold coin.
of the color of ocher.
verb (used with object), ochered, ochering.
to color or mark with ocher.
noun, adjective, verb
the US spelling of ochre
[ok-lee-sis] /ɒkˈli sɪs/ noun, Pathology. 1. any disease caused by overcrowding.
[ok-lok-ruh-see] /ɒkˈlɒk rə si/ noun 1. government by the mob; mob rule; mobocracy. /ɒkˈlɒkrəsɪ/ noun (pl) -cies 1. rule by the mob; mobocracy noun See mob rule n. “government by the rabble,” 1580s, from French ochlocratie (1560s), from Greek okhlokratia (Polybius) “mob rule,” the lowest grade of democracy, from kratos “rule, power, strength” (see -cracy) […]
noun a passion for crowds, masses, or people Word Origin Greek ochlos ‘crowd’
[ok-luh-foh-bee-uh] /ˌɒk ləˈfoʊ bi ə/ noun, Psychiatry. 1. an abnormal fear of crowds. /ˌɒkləˈfəʊbɪə/ noun 1. (psychol) the fear of crowds noun a fear of crowds, masses, or people; also called demophobia See demophobia Word Origin Greek ochlos ‘crowd’