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OAF -- grossiero

OAK -- querco (-in). OAK-APPLE: gall

OAKUM -- stupp

OAR -- rem

OASIS -- oase

OATH -- jurament; (curse) maledition, blasfema. TO TAKE AN ~: jurar

OATMEAL -- aven-farine

OATS -- aven

OBDURATE -- ínflexibil, obstinat, ínpenitent

OBEDIENT -- ~ (-ie)

OBEISANCE -- reverentie

OBELISK -- obelisco

OBESE -- obesi (-tá), corpulent

OBEY -- obedir

OBFUSCATE -- confuser, inbrolliar

OBITUARY -- a. necrologic; n. necrolog

OBJECT -- n. objecte, cose; (aim) scope; (gramm.) complement; v. objecter (-ion), oposir; (legal) recusar

OBJECTIONABLE -- ínadmissibil, desagreabil, índesirabil

OBJECTIVE -- a. objectiv (-itá); n. objective; (gramm.) acusative

OBLATION -- sacrificie, oblation

OBLIGE -- (compel) obligar (-ation, -atori, -ativ), fortiar; (do a favour) compleser (-ent)

OBLIGED TO, TO BE -- * dever. MUCH ~ TO YOU: grand mersí

OBLIQUE -- obliqui (-ta), clini, inclinat

OBLITERATE -- obliterar (-ation), efaciar

OBLIVION -- oblivie (-osi)

OBLONG -- a. ~; n. rectangul

OBLOQUY -- calumnie, reproch(ad)a, honte

OBNOXIOUS -- nociv, ofensiv

OBOE -- hobóe

OBOLUS -- obol

OBSCENE -- obscen (-itá), lasciv

OBSCURE -- a. obscur (-ar, -ant, -antisme, -itá), ínconosset

OBSEQUIES -- ceremonie funeral

OBSEQUIOUS -- servil, reptiv

OBSERVE -- observar (-ation, -abil, -ant, -antie, -ator, -atoria), remarcar; (celebrate) festar

OBSESS -- obseDer (-ssion)

OBSIDIAN -- ~

OBSOLESCENT -- devenir obsolet, inoldat o desusat

OBSOLETE -- obsolet

OBSTACLE -- obstacul, impediment

OBSTETRIC -- ~

OBSTINATE -- obstinat (-ion), obstinaci

OBSTREPEROUS -- turbulant, tumultuant OBSTRUCT: obstructer (-iv, -ion), impedir, barrar; (a view) incombrar, obturar

OBTAIN -- obtener (-ibil), procurar, ganiar, aquisir; prevaler

OBTRUDE -- obtriiDer (-sion, -siv)

OBTUSE -- obtus, desacut; stupid

OBVERSE -- averse, facie

OBVIATE -- preventer (-ion)

OBVIOUS -- evident, clar

OCCASION -- ocasion (-ar, -al), casu; causa

OCCIDENT -- ~ (al)

OCCULT -- ocult, celat, secret, arcan

OCCUPY -- ooupar (-ant, -ation)

OCCUR -- ocurrer (-entie), evenir (-iment); (to the mind) venir in mente; exister

OCEAN -- ~ (-ic)

OCHRE -- ocre

OCTAGON -- ~, ottangul

OCTANT -- ~

OCTAVE -- ~

OCTAVO -- ~

OCTOBER -- octobre

OCTOGENARIAN -- ottantario

OCTOPUS -- ~

OCULAR -- oculari

OCULIST -- ~

ODD -- strangi, curiosi, ínusual, singulari; (extra) restant; (not even) ínpari; (miscellaneous) divers

ODDITY -- trate singulari; person o cose bizarri

ODDMENTS -- restallia

ODDS -- chances, probabilitá

ODE -- ~

ODIOUS -- detestabil, abominabil, odiosi

ODIUM -- blama, reproche

ODOUR -- odore (-iferi, -osi)

OESOPHAGUS -- esofag

OF -- de; (about) pri, concernent; (out of) ex

OFF -- prep. for. Also as prefix: forcurrer, forportar = to run, carry off. BE OFF!: for!, vial. TO PUT ~: ajornar, procrastinar. TO BE ~ FOOD: li apetite manca me. ~ THE COAST: avan li rive, avan li costa. ~ AND ON: ocasionalmen, a vezes

OFFAL -- carnallia

OFFENCE -- ofense, culpa, delicte, contra-vention, infraction. TO TAKE ~: ofender se

OFFEND -- ofenDer, incolerar, transgresser

OFFENSIVE -- a. ofensiv, desagreabil; n. (mil.) ofensive

OFFER -- v. presentar, ofertar; proposir; (- up) dedicar; n. oferta, proposition

OFFERING -- sacrificie; oferta; (eccl.) oblation

OFFERTORY -- colection pecuniari

OFFHAND -- extémpore, exprompte, strax; (in manner) sin gena, brusqui, insuciant

OFFICE -- oficie, servicie, function; (place of business) buró, oficia, contor; (private room) cabinet. TICKET ~: billetería

OFFICER -- oficero; (civilian) oficiario, functionario

OFFICIAL -- oficial; n. oficiario

OFFICIATE -- oficiar, dejorar

OFFICIOUS -- interferaci, intrusiv

OFFING -- IN THE ~: sat proxim; mar.) in li avan-costa

OFFSET -- v. compensar (-ation): n. (print.) ~; (hort.) crescon

OFFHOOT -- crescon

OFFSIDE -- ~

OFFSPRING -- genitura, infante, descendentes

OFT(EN) -- *sovente, frequentmen

OGEE -- ogive (-al)

OGLE -- ocular (-ada)

OGRE -- ~ (essa)

OHM -- ~

OIL -- oleo (-ar, -ari, -osi, -iere, -iferi, -iera)

OILCLOTH -- linoleum

OIL-PAINTING -- oleo-pictura

OILSTONE -- slif-petre

OINTMENT -- unguente

OLD -- ~ (-esse, -on), etosi; (former) ancian; antiqui. HOW ~ ARE YOU?: quel etá vu have?, quant annus vu have?

OLD-FASHIONED -- old-modic

OLDMAID -- celib(atari)a

OLEAGINOUS -- oleatri, oleosi

OLEANDER -- oleandre

OLFACTORY -- a. flaratori

OLIGARCH -- oligarch (-ie)

OLIVE -- ~ (-atri, -iero, -iera)

OLYMPIAD -- olimpiade

OMELET -- omelette

OMEN -- ómine (-osi), augurie, antesigne

OMIT -- omisser (-ion)

OMNIBUS -- ~

OMNIPOTENT -- ~ (-ie)

OMNIPRESENT -- ~ (-ie), ubiqui

OMNISCIENT -- omnisavent (-ie)

OMIVOROUS -- omnivori

ON -- prep, sur; (on to) (ad)sur. ~ FOOT: a pedes. ~ TIME: in just témpor, punctualmen; (before a participle) ~ ARRIVING: arivante, pos har arivat; adv. (onwards) adavan. THE PROGRAMME IS ~: li programma es in action, ha comensat

ON ACCOUNT OP -- * pro, per cause de

ON BEHALF OF -- * por

ONCE -- un vez . ~ UPON A TIME; unquande; (formerly) antey. AT ~: strax; simultanmen. ~ IN A WAY; ne tro sovente, ye vezes, de témpor a témpore

ONE -- un. ~ BY ~s un pos li altri. IT'S ALL ~: it es egal, indiferent. TO BE AT ~: concordar. THE ~ THING: li sol afere. A ~: unen; pron. on

ONEROUS -- pesant; fatigant

ONESELF -- se

ONESIDED -- unilateral, partial, ínegal

ONION -- cebul

ONLOOKER -- spectator, assistente

ONLY -- a. sol, unic; adv. solmen. ~ TODAY: ancor hodie; conj. (but) ma

ONSET -- comense, debut; atacca

ONSLAUGHT -- assalte, atacca

ONUS -- charge, obligation, pesa, responsabilitá

ONWARD -- adv. adavan. THE ~ MARCH: li marcha adavan

ONYX -- onix

OOZE -- v. exsudar, exflutar; (leak) liccar; n. slamm, mudde

OPACITY -- opacitá

OPAL -- n. opale (-esc, -escentie)

OPAQUE -- opac, íntransparent

OPEN -- a. apert; franc, candid; public; vacant, líber; v. aperter; comensar; inaugurar

OPEN-AIR -- sub líber ciel

OPENING -- a. inaugural; unesim; laxativ; n. apertion, apertura; breche; comensa, inauguration

OPENLY -- publicmen, íncelatmen, francmen

OPERA -- ópera (-ette). OPERA-GLASS: bi-lorniette

OPERATE -- operar (-ation, -ator, -ativ), efecter; functionar

OPHTHALMIA -- oftalmie (-ic)

OPIATE -- dormitive, opiate, narcotica

OPINE -- opiner (-ion)

OPINIONATED -- obstinat, opinionatri

OPIUM -- ~

OPOSSUM -- ~

OPPONENT -- adversario, oponente, antagonist

OPPORTUNE -- oportun (-itá)

OPPOSE -- oposir (-ition), oponer, resister

OPPOSITE -- a. contrari; prep, contra, vis-a-vis; n. lu contrari, lu oposit

OPPRESS -- opresser (-ion, -or, -iv)

OPPROBRIOUS -- injuriesi, insultant

OPPROBRIUM -- ignominie, honte, infamie

OPTATIVE -- (gramm.) ~

OPTIC -- ~ (-a, -o)

OPTIMISM -- optimisme

OPTIMIST -- ~ (-ic)

OPTION -- alternative, option

OPTIONAL -- facultativ

OPULENT -- ~ (-ie), rich

OR -- o; (o therwise) altrimen. WHETHER...OR ...: sive...sive...

ORACLE -- oracul (-ari)

ORAL -- ~, boccal

ORANGE -- ~ (-iero, -ería)

ORANG-OUTANG -- orangutan

ORATION -- ~, discurse

ORATOR -- ~ (-ic, -io)

ORATORY -- retorica

ORB -- sfere, glob

ORBIT -- órbite

ORCHARD -- fructiera, fruct-jardin

ORCHESTRA -- orchestre (-al)

ORCHID -- orchidé

ORDAIN -- (decree) decreter; (eccl.) ordinar, consacrar

ORDEAL -- ordalie

ORDER -- órdine, arangeament, regulament; condition, statu; (command) comande, decrete; (class) rang, classe; (comm.) comende: (money ~) mandate; (decoration & eccl.) órden. IN ~ TO: por. IN ~ THAT: porque; v. comandar; (comm.) comendar; (set in ~) ordinar

ORDERLY -- a. metodic, in bon órdine; n. oficero de ordonantie

ORDERS, TO TAKE -- * (eccl.) prestijar

ORDINAL -- n. ordinale

ORDINANCE -- ordon, decrete ritu

ORDINARY -- ordinari, usual

ORDINATION -- ~, consacration

ORDNANCE -- artillerie

ORDURE -- excrement

ORE -- minerale (metalliferi)

ORGAN -- ~ (-ist)

ORGANIC -- ~

ORGANISM -- organisme

ORGANIZE -- organisar (-ation, -ator, -atori)

ORGY -- orgie (-astic)

ORIENT -- oriente (-ar, -al, -alist), ost

ORIFICE -- apertura, bocca

ORIGIN -- orígine (-ar, -al, -ale, -alitá)

ORIGINATE -- initiar, originar; crear; (arise) provenir, nascer

ORISON -- prega, suplication

ORNAMENT -- ~ (-al, -ar)

ORNATE -- ornat, decorat

ORNITHOLOGIST -- ornitolog (-ic, -ie)

ORPHAN -- orfan (-i) . ORPHANAGE: asil por orfanes

ORRERY -- planetarium

ORTHODOX -- ortodox (-ie)

ORTHOGRAPHY -- ortografie

ORTHOPAEDIA -- ortopedie

OSCILLATE -- oscillar (-ation, -ator, -atori)

OSCULATION -- (Geom.) ~

OSIER -- vimine, corb-salice

OSSEOUS -- ossin, ossosi

OSSIFY -- ossificar (se)

OSSUARY -- ossarium

OSTENSIBLE -- pretextat; aparent, visibil

OSTENTATIOUS -- pomposi, ostentativ

OSTEOPATH -- osteopat

OSTLER -- stall-garson

OSTRACIZE -- bannir

OSTRICH -- struce

OTHER -- altri. EACH ~: unaltru. THE ~ DAY: recentmen, ante quelc dies

OTHERWISE -- altrimen

OTTER -- lutre

OTTOMAN -- divan, ottomane

OUGHT -- v.aux. veil dever; esser necessi, esser obligat

OUNCE -- uncie

OUR -- nor, nostri

OUST -- expulser

OUT -- ex; extra, extern; (not at home) for, ne in hem, absent; (outside) extern. TO GO ~: ear ad éxter, exear, surtir

OUT, TO GO -- * (of a light) extinter se

OUT, TO PUT -- * ejecter; vexar, iritar; extinter

OUT OF -- ex, préter; (by reason of) pro. TO BE ~: esser sin, mancar. ~ ORDER: contra li regulament; ne functionant. ~ PRINT: exhaustet

OUTBALANCE -- superponderar

OUTBID -- superofertar

OUTBREAK -- eruption; insurection

OUTBUILDING -- anexe

OUTBURST -- explosion, eruption

OUTCAST -- proscrito; paria

OUTCOME -- resultate, fine

OUTCRY -- clamada, plendida

OUTDO -- superar, preterpassar

OUTER -- exteriori, extern

OUTFIT -- equipament

OUTFITTER -- vestimentero

OUTFLANK -- circumear, circumflancar

OUTFLOW -- exfluida

OUTGOINGS -- surtida, exeada; expenses, deborsament

OUTHOUSE -- baracca, anexe

OUTING -- excursion, promenada

OUTLANDISH -- strangi, extran

OUTLAW -- v. proscrir (-ito, -ition), bannir

OUTLAY -- custa, deborsament, expenses

OUTLET -- exeada, surtida, efluentie

OUTLINE -- contura; esquisse. ~ OF A SPEECH: concept-discurse, cladde; v. esquissar, dessinar li contura

OUTLIVE -- superviver

OUTLOOK -- perspective, prospect

OUTLYING -- distant, lontan, extern, periferic

OUTNUMBER -- esser plu numerosi, superar ye númere

OUTPOST -- avanposto

OUTPOURING -- e(x)versation

OUTPUT -- production

OUTRAGE -- violation, violentie, excesse, rapte, atentate

OUTRAGEOUS -- atroci; monstruosi, atentatori

OUTRIDER -- avan-cavalcanto

OUTRIGGER -- ~

OUTRIGHT -- strax; (completely) totmen

OUTSET -- comense. AT THE ~: in prim linea

OUTSHINE -- exceller, eclipsar

OUTSIDE -- prep, éxter; ad éxter, extern, a externe; a. exterior!; n. exteriore. ~ ON THE VERANDA: al exteriore sur li veranda

OUTSIDER -- profano, externo, non-iniciate

OUTSKIRTS -- circumité, vicinité, periferie

OUTSPOKEN -- franc, brusqui

OUTSTANDING -- prominent, eminent; índecidet; payand

OUTSTRETCHED -- extendet

OUTSTRIP -- preterpassar

OUTWARD -- a. extern, exteriori, visibil; adv. ad-éxter, ad-extran

OUTWARDLY -- secun aparentie

OUTWIT -- dupar

OUTWORKS -- avan-vall, bastion

OUTWORN -- perusat, ancian

OVAL -- ~

OVARY -- ovarium

OVATION -- ~

OVEN -- forn

OVER -- súper; (across) trans; (beyond) préter, ultra; (ended) finit, passat; (excessive) excessiv; superflú, restant; (more than; plu quam; (too much) tro. ALL ~ EUROPE: tra tot Europa. ~ AGAIN: ancor un vez, denov

OVER, TO GIVE -- * cessar

OVER, TO HAND -- * transdar

OVERALLS -- surtut

OVERAWE -- intimidar

OVERBALANCE -- perdir equilibrie

OVERBEARING -- arogant

OVERBOARD -- trans bord

OVERCAST -- nubosi, nube-covrit

OVERCOAT -- paletó

OVERCOME -- superar, victer; subjugar

OVERDO -- superfar, exagerar, tro usar; fatigar; (cul.) tro cocinar

OVERDOSE -- dosa excessiv

OVERDRAW -- (an account) superpassar li active, exhauster

OVERDUE -- retardat, in retard; expirat

OVERFLOW -- v. superabundar; (river) debordar, inundar, superfluer

OVERGROWN -- tro crescet; covrit de. A BANK ~ WITH THYME: un banca u luxuria li tim.

OVERHANG -- superpender; projecter

OVERHAUL -- (overtake) rejunter se con, atinger; (examine) examinar, reparar

OVERHEAD -- supra, in supra

OVERHEAR -- audir per hasarde

OVERLAP -- supercovrir, in parte coincider

OVERLAY -- superposir

OVERLOOK -- indulger, pardonar, ignorar; (fail to notice) ne remarcar; (supervise) survigilar, controlar, inspector; (look over) super-regardar. THE HOUSE OVERLOOKS A PARK: li dom es situat contra un pare, da vista sur un parc

OVERNIGHT -- durante li nocte; yer-vésper, li vésper anteyan. TO STAY ~: pernoctar

OVERPOWER -- subjugar, victer, dominar

OVERRATE -- taxar tro alt

OVERREACH -- perdir equilibrie, super-rusar, dupar

OVERRULE -- imposir un veto, anullar; dominar

OVERRUN -- desolar; inundar, debordar

OVERSEAS -- a. transmarin; adv. trans li mare

OVERSEER -- inspector, supervisor, controlero

OVERSHADOW -- superombrar, obscurar

OVERSHOES -- galoches

OVERSIGHT -- omission, ínatention, erra

OVERSTATE -- exagerar (-ation)

OVERSTEP -- exceDer, violar, preterpassuar

OVERT -- apert, public

OVERTAKE -- rejunter se con, atinger

OVERTHROW -- subverTer (-sion), renversar, destructer

OVERTIME -- labor ultra-horal, extra hores

OVERTURE -- overtura, prelude; proposition

OVERTURN -- renversar (se); subverter

OVERWEENING -- pretensiosi, arogant

OVERWEIGHT -- tro pesant

OVERWHELM -- aplastar, anihilar; submerser, supresser. OVERWHELMING: preponderant

OVERWROUGHT -- enervat

OVIPAROUS -- ovipari

OVUM -- ove

OWE -- debir

OWING TO -- * pro; mersí a; caus, per cause de

OWL -- ul; (horned) guf

OWN -- a. propri; v. posseder, haver; (avow) confesser, aconosser

OWNER -- proprietario, possessor

OX -- bove (-allia). ~FLY: tabane

OXIDE -- oxide (-ar, -ation)

OXY-ACETILENE -- oxi-acetilen

OXYGEN -- oxigen

OXYTONE -- oxitone

OYSTER -- ostre

OZONE -- ozon