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o'

preposition \ə, ō\

Definition of O'

1
chiefly dialect :  on
2
:  of <one o'clock>

Variants of O'

o' also o \ə, ō\

Origin of O'

Middle English o, o-, contraction of on & of
First Known Use: 13th century

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