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OUER-VOLUIT, _part. pa._ Laid aside.
OUGHTLINS, _adv._ In the least degree, S.
OUGSUM, _adj._ Horrible.
OULIE, _s._ Oil.
OULK, OWLK, _s._ A week; S. B. _ouk_.
A. S. _uca_, _wuca_, id.
OULTRAIGE, _s._ An outrage.
O. Fr. _oultrage_, id.
OUR, OURE, OUER, OWRE, _prep._
1. Over, beyond, &c., S.
2. Denoting excess, S. Sometimes used as a _s._
OURBELD, _part. pa._ Covered over.
_To_ OURCOME, _v. n._ To recover, S.
OURCOME, O'ERCOME, _s._ Overplus, S.
_To_ OURGAE, OURGANG, _v. a._
1. To overrun, S.
2. To exceed, to surpa.s.s, S.
3. To master, S.
4. _v. n._ To elapse.
_The ourgane year_, the past year, S.
A. S. _ofer-gan_, excedere.
_To_ OURHARL, _v. a._ To overcome.
_To_ OURHYE, _v. a._ To overtake.
A. S. _ofer_ and _hig-an_, to make haste.
OURIE, _adj._ Chill.