ohlo'
Stooped person, usually among older people; slouchy posture.
oia'
Shooter, taw, in a marble game.
okasion
Occasion.
okkodon panglao
Crab trap--for land crabs.
okkodu
Snare, trap, anything by which one is entangled, rat trap.
okra
Type of plant-hibiscus esculentus. Okra. A type of vegetable.
okso'
Hill, heap, mound, a raised bank, knoll, hilly.
oktaba
Octave.
oktabu
Eighth.
okte
Give abundantly.
Oktubre
October
okupa
Occupy, employ, be busy, keep engaged, dwell in (as a tenant).
okupante
Occupant.
okupao
Occupied.
okupasion
Occupation, occupancy, profession, career, trade, employment.
Oleai
One of the villages on Saipan, north of Chalan Kanoa, recently named San Jose.
olibas
Olives.
olios
Unction, extreme unction.
ombo'
Carry, pickaback, carry piggyback, astraddle, as when babies are carried on the backs of their mothers.
ombre
Please, usually has a connotation that the addressee has already been asked or warned before.
ombres
Even though, furthermore, as well, similarly, besides, also, too.
omiti
Omit, leave out, not include.
omlat
Fit, fit into.
omumu
Type of plant-pisonia grandis. A type of tree.
on
Abilitative suffix, capable of. -yon following vowels.
onesto
Honest, truthful, rank, sincere. Also onesta (f).
ongngo'
Flat nose, noseless, speak through the nose, nasal speech.
onno'
Covering, blanket, linen.
onra
Honor, fame, credit, good name, homage, reverence, deference, obeisance.
onse
Put on harness, to yoke.
onse
Eleven.
opbliga
Oblige, bind by an obligation, bring or place under moral or legal duty or constraint.
opbligao
Obligated, compulsory, bound, restricted, forced.
opbligasion
Obligation, duty, responsibility, commitment.
opela
Opal.
opera
Operate, perform an operation.
operasion
Operation.
ophetu
Object.
opottunidat
Opportunity.
oppan
Audible, resound, can be heard, be heard.

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