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See also: OES, OES., -ões, ös, öš, and -ös

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NounEdit

oes

  1. (rare) plural of o, the name of the letter O.
    • Alfred Tennyson
      Mouthing out his hollow oes and aes, / Deep-chested music.
    • Francis Bacon
      The Colours, that shew best by Candlelight, are; White, Carnation, and a Kinde of Sea-Water-Greene; And Oes, or Spangs, as they are of no great Cost, so they are of most Glory.

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EtymologyEdit

From Dutch oest, Flemish and Zeelandic form of oogst, from Middle Dutch oest, from Latin augustus.

NounEdit

oes (plural oeste)

  1. harvest

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PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

oes

  1. plural of o

WelshEdit

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VerbEdit

oes

  1. (in a question) is there; are there.
  2. (in answer to a question beginning with oes) yes.

NounEdit

oes f (plural oesoedd)

  1. (in the context of time) An age e.g. "the Ice Age" - "Oes yr Ia"