oh

listen to the pronunciation of oh
Türkisch - Türkisch
Sevinç, beğenme, hayranlık, rahatlama gibi çeşitli duyguları belirten bir söz: "Oh, hele şükür! Hepsinin ellerinden kurtulduk."- A. Ş. Hisar
Sevinç, beğenme, hayranlık, rahatlama gibi çeşitli duyguları belirtir
o
Şaşma, beğenme gibi duyguları belirten seslenme sözü
O
(Hukuk) OL
o
Uzakta olan, hakkında konuşulan kimse veya şeyi belirtir: "O kış, önceki kışlardan daha az üşüdüm."- N. Cumalı
o
Uzakta olan, hakkında konuşulan kimse veya şeyi belirtir
o
Teklik üçüncü kişiyi gösterir
o
Oksijen elementinin simgesi
o
Teklik üçüncü kişiyi gösterir: "Ben uyandığım zaman o gitmişti."- R. H. Karay. İki veya daha çok şeyden, daha önce sözü geçeni gösterir
O
Oksijen'in kısaltması
o
Başına getirildiği cümlenin anlattığı duyguyu belirtir
o
İki veya daha çok şeyden, daha önce sözü geçeni gösterir
Englisch - Englisch
Symbol for a hydroxyl, or alcohol, functional group
Ohio, a state of the United States of America
Symbol for a hydroxide radical, or hydroxyl group
Prefix code for observation helicopter designations
Other Half, i.e. Husband, wife, partner etc
Expression of wonder, amazement, or awe

Oh, wow! That's amazing.

Expression of understanding, recognition, or realization

Oh, so that's how it works.

Space filler or extra syllable, especially in (popular) music

oh, oh, oh.

Expression of pain. See ouch

Oh! That hurt.

A word to precede an added or comment or afterthought

Oh, and don't forget your coat.

Exclamation for drama or emphasis (often poetic)

Oh, when will it end?.

Used with a term of endearment

Oh, baby.

A word to precede an offhand or annoyed remark

Oh, leave me alone.

Expression of mild scepticism

You should learn to play hockey. Oh?.

sulphine
xylenol
diazo
oxybutyric
Fifth
ag
Used with a term of endearment in popular songs
hydroxyl radical
Off Hook This is one of the LED indicators found on external modems It indicates that the modem is not connected to a working phone line
organic silt; organic silt clay of low plasticity
observation helicopter
flow, sew
See the Note under O
You use oh when you are hesitating while speaking, for example because you are trying to estimate something, or because you are searching for the right word. I've been here, oh, since the end of June. Zero. the written abbreviation of Ohio
A generic label for electricity sites that have demands greater than 100 kW, = Over a Hundred (OH)
(sigh, a sound without any grammatical meaning)
OFFICE HEAVY DISTRICT
{ü} wow! (cry of surprise, interest, etc.)
An invocation or address (similar to the vocative in languages with noun declension)
Overhead
Expression of surprise
An exclamation expressing various emotions, according to the tone and manner, especially surprise, pain, sorrow, anxiety, or a wish
{i} ouch!; ah!; wow!; really! (expression of surprise, pain, pleasure, confusion)
feelings You use oh to express a feeling such as surprise, pain, annoyance, or happiness. `Oh!' Kenny blinked. `Has everyone gone?' Oh, I'm so glad you're here
You use oh to introduce a response or a comment on something that has just been said. `Had you seen the car before?' --- `Oh yes, it was always in the drive.' `You don't understand!' --- `Oh, I think I do, Grace.'
The Single UNIX Specification has historically tried to reduce the number of headers an application has had to include when using a particular interface Sometimes this was fewer than the base standard, and hence a notation is used to flag which headers are optional if you are using a system supporting the XSI extension
a midwestern state in north central United States in the Great Lakes region
O
American Library Association Abbreviation of octavo, a book size (20-25 cm)
O
Expression of earnestness or reverence, used before the name of a deity or revered person in impassioned speech
O
The number of overs bowled
O
A blood type that lacks A or B antigens and may only receive transfusions of similar type O blood, but may donate to all (neglecting Rh factor). Synonym: universal donor
O
The English vocative particle (always in upper case), used for direct address in translations from languages which have the vocative case

O foolish Galatians, who hath bewitched you, that ye should not obey the truth, before whose eyes Jesus Christ hath been evidently set forth, crucified among you? -- Galatians 3:1.

o
The English vocative particle, used before a pronoun or the name of a person or persons to mark direct address

O foolish Galatians, who hath bewitched you, that ye should not obey the truth, before whose eyes Jesus Christ hath been evidently set forth, crucified among you? -- Galatians 3:1 (King James version).

o
Operator
o
The fifteenth letter of the English alphabet, called o and written in the Latin script
o
Object, see SVO
o
A zero
o
The ordinal number fifteenth, derived from this letter of the English alphabet, called o and written in the Latin script
o
Over
o
The name of the Latin script letter O/o
o
Variant of oh
oh dear
An expression of dismay, concern, or worry; strongly suggesting disapproval

Oh dear, you seem to have forgotten to wear clothes.

oh for
An instance in which a player did not get a hit in a game

Yesterday's oh for made him overly agressive today at the plate.''.

oh for
An instance of a game or time period in which a player did not achieve a particular task

Jones has gone oh for on his scoring opportunities this season.

oh my
oh my God
oh my God
Said in excitement, shock, awe, dismay, or supplication
oh my gosh
oh my God!
oh no
An exclamation or expression of alarm, concern, or resentment about a problem or error

Oh, no! Did I leave my keys in the car?.

oh well
An expression of mild disappointment or resignation; too bad; pity

I guess the store closes at five on Thursdays. Oh well. I'll just come back tomorrow.

o
{ü} oh! (expression of understanding); oh! (cry of surprise)
o
{i} 15th letter of the alphabet; symbol for zero
oh!
{e} expressive of sorrow, surprise or pain
O
{i} nonmetallic diatomic element that is normally colorless odorless and tasteless and which is the most abundant element and is essential to life
O
The symbol for the element oxygen
o
toft, tuft; tone, tune; number, F
o
dūfe; E
o
stān; E
o
a nonmetallic bivalent element that is normally a colorless odorless tasteless nonflammable diatomic gas; constitutes 21 percent of the atmosphere by volume; the most abundant element in the earth's crust
o
bone, AS
o
beran to bear; E
o
A cipher; zero
o
the 15th letter of the Roman alphabet the blood group whose red cells carry neither the A nor B antigens; "people with type O blood are universal donors
o
brecan to break; E
o
Among the ancients, O was a mark of triple time, from the notion that the ternary, or number 3, is the most perfect of numbers, and properly expressed by a circle, the most perfect figure
o
the blood group whose red cells carry neither the A nor B antigens; "people with type O blood are universal donors"
o
A shortened form of of or on
o
stone, AS
o
The letter came into the Greek from the Phœnician, which possibly derived it ultimately from the Egyptian
o
nombre
o
An exclamation used in calling or directly addressing a person or personified object; also, as an emotional or impassioned exclamation expressing pain, grief, surprise, desire, fear, etc
o
One
o
bore, AS
o
Something shaped like the letter O; a circle or oval
o
Etymologically, the letter o is most closely related to a, e, and u; as in E
o
O, the fifteenth letter of the English alphabet, derives its form, value, and name from the Greek O, through the Latin
o
dove, AS
o
broke, AS
o
bān; E
o
A prefix to Irish family names, which signifies grandson or descendant of, and is a character of dignity; as, O'Neil, O'Carrol
o
The letter O, or its sound
o
the 15th letter of the Roman alphabet
oh my goodness
{ü} oh my! (exclamation of surprise or shock)
ohs
plural of oh
Türkisch - Englisch
oh
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