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OED abbreviation of "Oxford English Dictionary."
oedipal (often cap.) of, pertaining to, characteristic of, or resulting from an Oedipus complex.
Oedipus in an ancient Greek tragedy by Sophocles, the protagonist and title character, who unwittingly kills his father and marries his mother.
Oedipus complex in psychoanalytic theory, the subconscious desire of a child for sexual gratification through the parent of the opposite sex, esp. the desire of a son for his mother. (Cf. Electra complex.)
oenology the study of wines and winemaking.
oenophile a person who enjoys wine; wine connoisseur.
o'er contracted form of "over" (used chiefly in literature).
oeuvre (French) the works of a writer, artist, or composer taken as a whole. [2 definitions]
of used to indicate distance or separation from. [13 definitions]
of- to. [2 definitions]
of a piece of the same kind; practically alike; consistent.
of a sort of a mediocre variety. [2 definitions]
ofay (offensive slang) a white person.
of course certainly. [2 definitions]
off away from a surface. [37 definitions]
off. abbreviation of "office."
offal the parts of a butchered animal considered unfit for human consumption; waste. [2 definitions]
off-balance made or done while one is not physically balanced.
off base mistaken; inaccurate; wrong.
offbeat unusual or unconventional. [2 definitions]
off Broadway professional drama produced in New York City in small theaters located outside the Broadway theater district and characterized by experimental productions.