Crossword clues for och
interj. 1 (context chiefly Scotland Ireland English) general interjection of confirmation, affirmation, and often disapproval. 2 (context chiefly Scotland Ireland English) an expression of anger, frustration, surprise
Och may refer to:
- Och (spirit)
- 6-oxocamphor hydrolase, an enzyme
- Och, the Swedish word for "And"
- Ogilvy CommonHealth, an advertising organisation.
Och is believed to be an Olympian spirit in the grimoire Arbatel de magia veterum who rules the Sun.
Usage examples of "och".
Ochs had looted their cache, resting and gorging on their food before heading on.
So did soft-singing Tom Paxton and Tom Rush and a rapid-fire acoustic guitarist named Danny Kalb, who did duets with Van Ronk and the great Phil Ochs before Danny helped put together the short-lived but electrifying Blues Project in the late 1960s.
Was the concertmaster actually intending to marry Bellini and had she ever been divorced from Ochs?
Penney slacks, and he sat in a library carrell at the University of Maine, writing papers on the origin of footnotes and the possible advantages of ISBN numbers in book cataloguing while the marchers marched outside and Phil Ochs sang 'Richard Nixon find yourself another country to be part of and men died with their stomachs blown out for villages whose names they could not pronounce.
Och brought me those fritters every single day, long past the point when I was capable of actually eating them.
It may well know of procedures - aye, vasectomy ought to be simple enough surgery if I can find out how to do it, and reversible by a bit of cloning if ever we get home - or I seem to remember reading once about intrauterine devices - or something in the chemistry - Och, we can consider details later.
It may well know of procedures -- aye, vasectomy ought to be simple enough surgery if I can find out how to do it, and reversible by a bit of cloning if ever we get home -- or I seem to remember reading once about intrauterine devices -- or something in the chemistry -- Och, we can consider details later.
Och, 'tis a rarely generous man the burly bastard is to me and mine.
Och was a wine lover, and I benefited from his taste, learning to recognize fine food and fine wine.