oskoban.small cane. [This word is worn down from oski holba, canelike, and is often used as a synonym of ku̱shak, a reed, reedbrake. As a local name it still exists in the name of Scooba, Mississippi. — H. S. H.]
oskonushn.old seed cane; oski onush is the word in full; oskish, small, low cane; oski shifilli, a small kind of cane.
oskulan.a pipe; a flute; a fife, Matt. 11:17; 9:23.
o̱ssin.an eagle; applied to the gold coin called eagle.
o̱ssushin.an eaglet; an eagle’s egg; a young eagle.
owan.a hunt; a long hunting expedition; when hunters are absent for weeks or months; owa chito, owa ishto, from whence is said to come Washita, a big hunting place. [This is certainly erroneous. The Washita was named from a tribe which probably spoke a language entirely distinct from Choctaw. — Eds.]