oliva o·li·va (ō-lī'və)
n. pl. o·li·vae (-vē)
See olivary body.
oliva valued the estate at somewhere between $100 million and $500 million.
Yes, Madame de la Motte found a way to take oliva out every night.
Was the latter document oliva's note from Leghorn of October 14, 1668?
In this state the shell resembles, in some degree, an oliva.
Scarcely had he done so, when a knock at the door made oliva run to the window.
He did not quite succeed, for oliva sent a socius with him into France.
"Let us go quickly," said the blue domino to oliva; and they moved away.
She made the accustomed sign for her to come down, and oliva replied joyfully.
Oh, if you know all about oliva, I have nothing more to tell you.
In 1691 Gonzlez began to print his book which oliva had formerly forbidden.