OOR is the oldest currently published music magazine in the Netherlands. Oor is the Dutch word for ear. Until 1984 it was published as Muziekkrant OOR.
Usage examples of "oor".
Now, no long efter, a great doon-come of snow fell ding on in oor glen.
We stood at the bus stoap, eatin oor chips, lookin in tae the groonds the factory stood in.
Efter twae weeks o dwelling amang us as blude-friends, gutting our winter victuals, burning up oor peat-bings, an dancin the reel o Bogie wi our lasses, those mangrels waukened one day at five in the morning and put the MacIan MacDonalds to the fire and the sword.
Shelter we gied them, no in oor barns, mind ye, but in oor own homes, humble as they war.
Auld bones ache muir nor y' youngsters' in oor cauld dews o' mornings.
Mickle thocht we o' the gentles ayont the sea, an' sair grat we for a' frien's we kent lang syne in oor ain countree.
The Ui Neill bastard wha' conquered Ulaid wi' his galloglaiches be dead, daggered by ane o' his own during a truce wi' Ulaidian rebels and that selfsame Sassenach duke as saved oor little Eibhlin, His Grace o' Norfolk, may oor Savior bless and keep him for ay.
By sich calculation as meself can make, an' as me memory serve me, oor time be about six hours ahead o' theirn, so the lab ne'er will iver be missed.
By sich calculation as meself can make, an' as me memory serve me, oor time be about six hours ahead of theirn, so the lab ne'er will iver be missed.