oe

[ oi ]
/ ɔɪ /
|

noun Scot.

Definition for oe (2 of 7)

Oe

[ oh-ey ]
/ ˈoʊ eɪ /

noun

Ken·za·bu·ro [ken-zah-boo r-oh] /ˌkɛn zɑˈbʊər oʊ/, born 1935, Japanese novelist and short-story writer: Nobel prize 1994.

Definition for oe (3 of 7)

Oe


Electricity.

oersted; oersteds.

Definition for oe (4 of 7)

Definition for oe (5 of 7)

oy

2

or oe

[ oi ]
/ ɔɪ /

noun Scot.

a grandchild.
Obsolete. a nephew or niece.

Origin of oy

2
1425–75; late Middle English (north and Scots) o(o), oy(e) < Scots Gaelic ogha; see O'

Definition for oe (6 of 7)

o.e.

or oe


Commerce.

omissions excepted.

Definition for oe (7 of 7)

O.E.


Commerce. omissions excepted.
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British Dictionary definitions for oe (1 of 4)

Oe


symbol for

oersted

British Dictionary definitions for oe (2 of 4)

OE


abbreviation for

Old English (language)

British Dictionary definitions for oe (3 of 4)

/ (ˈaʊi) /

noun

Kenzaburo (kɛnzəˈbʊrəʊ). born 1935, Japanese novelist and writer; his books include The Catch (1958), A Personal Matter (1964), and Silent Cry (1989): Nobel prize for literature 1994

British Dictionary definitions for oe (4 of 4)

o.e.

/ commerce /

abbreviation for

omissions excepted
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