o. l

OL

Old Latin.
Also, OL., O.L.
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O.L.

(in prescriptions) the left eye.
Also, o.l.


Origin:
< Latin oculus laevus

Old Latin

noun
the Latin language in use from the earliest inscriptions to c100 b.c. Abbreviation: OL, OL., O.L.

Origin:
1885–90

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Old Latin
 
n
the Latin language before the classical period, up to about 100 bc

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-ol
chemical suffix, variously representing alcohol, phenol, or in some cases L. oleum oil.
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-ol 1
suff.
An alcohol or a phenol: glycerol.

-ol 2
suff.
Variant of -ole.

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-ol  
A suffix used to form the names of chemical compounds having a hydroxyl (OH) group, such as ethanol.
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Old Latin
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