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ohauxiliary verb; chatuk oh cho? Matt. 7:16; ak oh kia, Matt. 8:10.
ohimp. mood, 2d per. pl. before vowels, as ohia, go ye, Matt. 2:8.
ohparticleIslael okla ak oh kia, Matt. 8:10; tuk oh cho? Matt. 14:31.
ohhohinterjection of surprise at some thing new, oh!
ohlanan.a horsefly.
ohlana atoban.the spawn of flies adhering to the stalks of grass and weeds, and looking like white foam or spittle.
ohlana chiton.a big horsefly; an oxfly; a gadfly.
ohlana okchamalin.the green horsefly most common on prairies.
o̱hlipan.a lid; a cover; a roof.
ohmia.like; resembling.
ohmiv. n.to be like or resembling, Josh. 7:21.
ohmin.likeness.
ohmichiv. t.to make a likeness; to cause it to resemble.alsoohmihchi
o̱holisson.an inscription.
ohoyon.a woman; a dame; a lady; a female, Matt. 5:28; a wife; a handmaid, Luke 1:38; pl., women; ohoyo ho̱, women, Matt. 11:11; 14:21; ohoyo ma, Matt. 15:28.alsoʋhoyo
ohoyo aiomanilin.a pillion; a woman’s seat; a cushion for a woman to ride on behind a person on horseback.
ohoyo asʋnonchin.a matron.
ohoyo ʋlla eshi apistikelin.a midwife.
ohoyo bishlichin.a milkmaid.
ohoyo chiton.a large woman; a virago.
ohoyo chuka pehlichin.a housewife; a mistress.
ohoyo haksin.a hussy.
ohoyo halokan.a mother-in-law; see haloka.