[wee-duh] /ˈwi də/
pen name of .
a female given name.
Louise de la (“Ouida”) 1839–1908, English novelist.
real name Marie Louise de la Ramée. 1839–1908, British popular novelist, best known for Under Two Flags (1867)
[wee-juh or, often, -jee] /ˈwi dʒə or, often, -dʒi/ Trademark. 1. a device consisting of a small board, or planchette, on legs that rest on a larger board marked with words, letters of the alphabet, etc., and that by moving over the larger board and touching the words, letters, etc., while the fingers of spiritualists, […]
[ooj-dah] /udʒˈdɑ/ noun 1. a city in NE Morocco. /uːdʒˈdɑː/ noun 1. a city in NE Morocco, near the border with Algeria: frontier post. Pop: 454 000 (2003)
[oh-loo, ou-; Finnish oh-loo] /ˈoʊ lu, ˈaʊ-; Finnish ˈoʊ lʊ/ noun 1. a city in W Finland, on the Gulf of Bothnia. 2. a river in central Finland, flowing NE to the Gulf of Bothnia. About 65 miles (105 km) long. /ˈɔulu/ noun 1. an industrial city and port in W Finland, on the Gulf […]
[oh-loo-yahr-vee, ou-; Finnish oh-loo-yar-vi] /ˈoʊ luˌyɑr vi, ˈaʊ-; Finnish ˈoʊ lʊˌyær vɪ/ noun 1. a lake in central Finland, draining through the Oulu River to the Gulf of Bothnia.