See also: Ojo, ọjọ, ōjo, ōjō, and ö'jö

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Etymology edit

From Old Spanish ojo, from Vulgar Latin oclus, from Latin oculus.

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ojo m (Latin spelling, plural ojos)

  1. (anatomy) eye

Spanish edit

 
Un ojo
 
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Etymology edit

Inherited from Old Spanish ojo, from Vulgar Latin oclus, from Latin oculus. Doublet of óculo. Cognate to Portuguese olho, French œil, Italian occhio, Romanian ochi, Russian око (oko).

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): /ˈoxo/ [ˈo.xo]
  • Audio:(file)
  • Rhymes: -oxo
  • Syllabification: o‧jo

Noun edit

ojo m (plural ojos)

  1. eye
    Dora tiene (los) ojos azules.
    Dora has blue eyes.
  2. keyhole
  3. caution
    hay que andar con ojo
    you need to be cautious

Derived terms edit

(diminutive ojillo or ojito) (augmentative ojazo, ojón, or ojote)

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  • Palenquero: oho

Interjection edit

¡ojo!

  1. look! watch out!

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Venetian edit

 
Ojo d'ołiva.

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Etymology edit

From Latin oleum, from Ancient Greek ἔλαιον (élaion).

Pronunciation edit

  • (central) IPA(key): /ˈɔ.jo/
  • (lagoon) IPA(key): /ˈɔ.d͡ʒo/

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ojo m (plural oji)

  1. oil (especially edible oil)
    El ojo de figà de merluso el fa ben.
    Cod liver oil is good for you.

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Etymology 1 edit

Compare with Olukumi òzò

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òjò

  1. rain
    Synonym: eji
    òjò ó pa waThe rain drenched us
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ojo

  1. (sometimes derogatory) coward
    ojo pátápátá gbáà ni ẹ́You are a complete coward
  2. cowardice
    Synonym: ojora
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