to bind with thread (also OUP) OOR (Scots.) same as OUR pron. (Scots.) a grandchild (also OE, OY) OYS plural of OY n. the nipple or udder of a mammal DUI a plural of DUO n. a cross between a yak and a cow (also ZO, (D)ZHO, DSO) EAN v.
awry, twisted, distorted KAS present tense of KA v. (dial.) catmint, a plant attractive to cats (Also CATNEP, CATNIP) NET v. a knot on a tree (also KNUR, NURR) NUS plural of NU n. a wine and blackcurrant drink KIS plural of KI, spirit KIT v. to push a barge through a tunnel using the legs (n. an expression of triumph or surprise OHS present tense of OH v. a mantra ONE the number "1"; an individual person or thing (n. an old English letter (also ETH) EDS plural of ED, education EEK interj. a development programme (Erhard Seminars Training) ETA n. expressing thoughtful consideration (also HM) HOA v. an electrically charged particle IOS plural of IO n.