O and O
- owned and operated.
- a combining form meaning “egg,” used in the formation of compound words: oogamous.
Origin of oo-
or o·o, o’·o
- 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.
Origin of o-o
Examples from the Web for oo
Historical Examples of oo
Oo may whack my boat all to pieces, baby—come back to Janey!
"Hide 'oo eyes and count," said Kathleen, junior, in a compelling voice.Grey Town
The U (oo in fool) is an obscured or impure pronunciation of the O.
No vowels are doubled in the same syllable like ee, oo, in English.Elements of Gaelic Grammar
I must have a letter from oo, to fill the other side of this sheet.The Journal to Stella
- egg or ovumoosperm
Word Origin for oo-
word-forming element meaning "egg, eggs," from Greek oon "egg," cognate with Latin ovum, Old Norse egg (see egg (n.)).
- Egg; ovum:oogenesis.