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okta

octa

/ (ˈɒktə) /
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noun
a unit used in meteorology to measure cloud cover, equivalent to a cloud cover of one eighth of the sky
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Word Origin for okta

C20: from Greek okta-, oktō eight
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How to use okta in a sentence

  • There he was compelled to kneel before Okta, the successor of Genghis.

    The Story of Russia|R. Van Bergen, M.A.
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