[ok-toh-ber] /ɒkˈtoʊ bər/
the tenth month of the year, containing 31 days.
British. ale or beer traditionally brewed in this month.
the tenth month of the year, consisting of 31 days
c.1050, from Latin October (mensis), from octo “eight,” from PIE root *octo(u)- “eight” (see eight). Eighth month of the old Roman calendar (pre-46 B.C.E.), which began the year in March. For -ber see December. Replaced Old English winterfylleð. In Russian history, October Revolution (in which the Bolsheviks overthrew the Provisional Government) happened Nov. 7, but because Russia had not at that time adpoted the Gregorian calendar reform, this date was reckoned there (Old Style) as Oct. 25.
[ok-toh-brist] /ɒkˈtoʊ brɪst/ noun 1. a member of a Russian political party that advocated constitutional monarchism: so called because it was organized after the Czar’s manifesto in October, 1905. 2. (formerly) a member of a communist organization in the Soviet Union for children ranging in age from eight to ten. /ɒkˈtəʊbrɪst/ noun 1. a member […]
[ok-toh-sen-ten-uh-ree, -sen-tn-er-ee or, esp. British, -sen-tee-nuh-ree] /ˌɒk toʊ sɛnˈtɛn ə ri, -ˈsɛn tnˌɛr i or, esp. British, -sɛnˈti nə ri/ adjective 1. pertaining to 800 or a period of 800 years; marking the completion of 800 years. noun, plural octocentenaries. 2. an 800th anniversary or its celebration. /ˌɒktəʊsɛnˈtiːnərɪ/ noun (pl) -naries 1. an eight-hundredth anniversary
[ok-toh-di-sil-yuh n] /ˌɒk toʊ dɪˈsɪl yən/ noun, plural octodecillions (as after a numeral) octodecillion. 1. a cardinal number represented in the U.S. by 1 followed by 57 zeros, and in Great Britain by 1 followed by 108 zeros. adjective 2. amounting to one octodecillion in number.
[ok-tuh-des-uh-moh] /ˌɒk təˈdɛs əˌmoʊ/ noun, plural octodecimos for 2. 1. a book size of about 4 × 6 1/4 inches (10 × 16 cm), determined by printing on sheets folded to form 18 leaves or 36 pages. Symbol: 18mo, 18°. 2. a book of this size. adjective 3. in octodecimo. /ˌɒktəʊˈdɛsɪməʊ/ noun (pl) -mos 1. […]