Keep wiv me, mate, 'cos two shells never busts in the same 'ole—and if I ain't a shell 'ole 'oo is?
I'll mend my hand, if oo please: but you are more used to it nor I, as Mr. Raymond says.
In halfyng ay oo order of figures and oo nombre is necessary, that is to sey the nombre to be halfede.
"oo're not: oo're doin' nossin' but sittin'," said the little boy.
They're always so cross about it; and then, if oo tumbles over them, they're ever so sticky!
On the other side, tsóo-ka (ka lowers in tone, short; oo somewhat separated).
"Hide 'oo eyes and count," said Kathleen, junior, in a compelling voice.
It was his voice, sure enough; he wanted to speak to "the gent 'oo'd jist gorn in."
The result is a case of particulate inheritance—the single comb being inherited anteriorly and the oo comb posteriorly.
If it comes to that, 'oo's to say 'e didn't do the job 'imself; 'e was in the 'ouse.
Egg; ovum: oogenesis.