ōb [ób] adj. huge, gigantic, enormous. [ōbja]
ōc [ók] cjx. and. Synonyms: ænðþ, iah. See ænðþ for usage. [auk]
ōc [ók] adv. =ōcswā.
ōcɴ [ókan] v.t. to add, to increase, to augment. [aukan]
ōcswā [ókswá] adv. also, as well, too. Synonyms: ōc.
ōðʌ [óðal] n.st.n. family land, inherited land; birthright. [ōþilaz, ōþalaz]
ōðþ- [óþ-] pfx. easy, without difficulty. Antonyms: tʀ-. [auþa-]
ōðþ [óþ] adj. easy. [auþa]
ōðþ [óþ] adj. empty, desolate, vacant. [auþa]
ōðþbrucɴ [óþbrukan] adj. fragile, easily broken.
ōðþfaŋɴ [óþfangan] adj. easily caught.
ōðþfaŋɴ [óþfangan] n.st.n. one who is easily caught, “a sitting duck”. Declines as an adjective.
ōðþfunðɴ [óþfunðan] adj. easily found, obvious.
ōðþseƕɴ [óþsewhwan] adj. easyly seen, visible.
ōga [óga] n.st.n. eye. An n-class noun. [augōn (w.n.)]
ōgabrūʒ [ógabrúg] n.w.n. eyebrow.
ōgafarvf [ógafarf] n.w.n. iris (of the eye).
ōgavetscap [ógavetskap] n.w.n. ophthomology.
ōgɴ [ógan] v.t. to fear. See appdx. ii§6d. [ōgan]
ōhǣm [óhém] n.w.m. maternal uncle. See appdx. v. [auhaimaz, awunhaimaz, awahaimaz (w.m.)]
ōhǣmbrūðþ [óhémbrúþ] n.w.f. maternal uncle’s wife. See appdx. v.
-ōɧ [-óh] sfx. and, additionally, as well as. Originally -auɧ, as a suffix the -a- was pronounced as a schwa, and eventually -au- evolved into -ō-. A suffix indicating items in a list; related to and used interchangeably with ōc. [-uhw < IE -kwe > cf. lat. -que]
Sī hōðþ brūna œ̄gnɴ hārnōɧ. She had brown eyes and hair.
ōl [ól] n.w.n. pot, bucket. See put. [ōlla < lat. olla]
ōr [ór] n.w.n. ear. An n-class noun. [auzan]
ōr [ór] n.w.n mud, clay. [auraz]
ōst [óst] n.w.n. east. [aust(r)a]
ōstɴ [óstan] prp. from the east.
ōstra [óstra] adv. eastward, to the east. Synonyms: ōstverðþ.
ōstʀ [óstar] n.w.n. vernal equinox; Easter, Ostara.
ōstverðþ [óstverþ] adj. eastward.
ōstverðþ [óstverþ] adv. east, eastward(s). Synonyms: ōstra.
ōvf [óf] n.w.n practice, work. [ōbaz]
ōvʀ [óvar] n.w.n. bank, shore (particularly of a river). Synonyms: baŋca. [ōberam, ōfram, cf. ger. Ufer]