oo

o-o

[oh-oh]
noun, plural o-os.
any of several species of Hawaiian honey eaters of the genus Moho, especially the extinct M. nobilis, of the island of Hawaii, that had black plumage and two tufts of yellow plumes used to make ceremonial robes for the Hawaiian kings.
Also, oo, o’o.


Origin:
1885–90; < Hawaiian ʿōʿō

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oo-

a combining form meaning “egg,” used in the formation of compound words: oogamous.

Origin:
< Greek ōio-, combining form of ōión egg1

O and O

[oh uhnd oh]
noun
owned and operated.
Also, O&O.
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oo- or oö-
 
combining form
egg or ovum: oosperm
 
[from Greek ōionegg1]
 
oö- or oö-
 
combining form
 
[from Greek ōionegg1]

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Word Origin & History

oo-
comb. form meaning "egg, eggs," from Gk. oon "egg," cognate with L. ovum, O.N. egg (see egg (n.)).
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Medical Dictionary

oo- pref.
Egg; ovum: oogenesis.

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OO definition


object-oriented

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OO
object-oriented
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