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Meanings of Ovulum:

noun

= "ovule".

Meanings of Ovum:

noun

A mature female reproductive cell, especially of a human or other animal, which can divide to give rise to an embryo usually only after fertilization by a male cell.

Usage examples:

The ovum contributes one chromosome of each pair to the fertilized cell

Ow

Meanings of Ow:

exclamation

Used to express sudden pain.

Usage examples:

Ow! you're hurting me!

Owe

əʊ

Meanings of Owe:

verb

Have an obligation to pay or repay (something, especially money) in return for something received.

Usage examples:

They have denied they owe money to the company

Owe to

əʊ

Meanings of Owe to:

verb

To have the responsibility to pay or give back something you have received from someone

Usage examples:

[ t ] don’t forget – you owe me ten dollars., i owe a lot to my parents, who have always supported …

Meanings of Owed:

verb

Have an obligation to pay or repay (something, especially money) in return for something received.

Usage examples:

They have denied they owe money to the company

Meanings of Owelty:

noun

Equality. in later use: specifically equality as established by a sum of money, etc., given in compensation after a division of property into parts of unequal value; the establishment of equality in this way; the difference in price between two such pieces of property.

Meanings of Owenian:

adjective

= owenite .

Meanings of Owenism:

noun

The theory or system of social reform based on communistic cooperation advocated by robert owen.

Meanings of Owenist:

noun

= owenite .

adjective

= owenite .

Meanings of Owenite:

noun

A supporter or advocate of robert owen or his proposed system of social reform.

adjective

Of or relating to robert owen or his supporters, or in accordance with his theories of cooperation.

Meanings of Ower:

noun

A person who owes something; a debtor. in later use only with of.

Owerance

ˈaʊ(ə)rəns

Meanings of Owerance:

noun

Superiority or mastery.

Usage examples:

You've not always the owerance over your doings

Meanings of Owerby:

adverb

Over or across the way; at or to a place a short distance away; at or to the house or place opposite.

Owes

əʊ

Meanings of Owes:

verb

Have an obligation to pay or repay (something, especially money) in return for something received.

Usage examples:

They have denied they owe money to the company

Owing

ˈəʊ.ɪŋ

Meanings of Owing:

adjective

(of money) yet to be paid.

Usage examples:

No rent was owing
verb

Have an obligation to pay or repay (something, especially money) in return for something received.

Usage examples:

They have denied they owe money to the company

Meanings of Owl:

noun

A nocturnal bird of prey with large eyes, a facial disc, a hooked beak, and typically a loud hooting call.

Usage examples:

Flammulated owls are small owls with short ear-tufts that can be held erect or flush to the head.

Meanings of Owldom:

noun

The realm or domain of owls.

Meanings of Owler:

noun

A person engaged in the illegal exportation of wool or sheep from england.

Owlet

ˈaʊlɪt

Meanings of Owlet:

noun

A small owl found chiefly in asia and africa.

Usage examples:

In india, our most familiar owl is the spotted owlet, a regular inhabitant of large trees in garden…

Owlets

ˈaʊlɪt

Meanings of Owlets:

noun

A small owl found chiefly in asia and africa.

Usage examples:

In india, our most familiar owl is the spotted owlet, a regular inhabitant of large trees in garden…

Meanings of Owlglass:

noun

(an anglicization of the name of) the legendary german jester till eulenspiegel, the type of a roguish fool; (hence) a jester; a buffoon.

Meanings of Owlhead:

noun

(chiefly north-eastern). the grey plover, pluvialis squatarola.

Meanings of Owling:

noun

The action of imitating the hooting of an owl, especially to discover the whereabouts of birds when hunting them.

Owlish

ˈaʊ.lɪʃ

Meanings of Owlish:

adjective

Like an owl, especially in appearing to be solemn or wise.

Usage examples:

He had an owlish and solemn air

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