/oʊ/ (say oh)

1. (a word used before a name in address, especially, as in solemn or poetic language, to lend earnestness to an appeal): Praise the Lord, O Jerusalem.
2. (an expression of surprise, pain, longing, gladness, etc.)
{Middle English, from Old French, from Latin ō}
1. Chemistry oxygen.

2. Physics ohm.
3. Ocean.
4. Office.
5. Officer.
6. Order.
7. Old.
designating an O blood group. See blood group.

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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