ochone

och·one

English syllables. 2014.

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  • ochone — [ə khōn′] interj. [Scot. or Irish] alas; woe …   English World dictionary

  • ochone — int. (also ohone) Sc. & Ir. expressing regret or lament. Etymology: Gael. & Ir. ochoacutein * * * äˈḵōn interjection Etymology: Scottish Gaelic & Irish Gaelic ochōn Irish & Scotland used as an exclamation of regret or grief * * * /euh khohn /,… …   Useful english dictionary

  • ochone — /euh khohn /, interj. Scot. and Irish Eng. ohone. * * * …   Universalium

  • ochone — interj. (Irish and Scottish) ohone, exclamation expressing regret, alas, cry that expresses sorrow …   English contemporary dictionary

  • ochone — [əʊ həʊn, ɒ xəʊn] (also ohone) exclamation Irish & Scottish literary used to express regret or sorrow. Origin from Sc. Gaelic ochòin, Ir. ochón …   English new terms dictionary

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  • ohone — /euh khohn /, interj. Scot. and Irish Eng. alas! Also, ochone. [1470 80; < ScotGael ochan, Ir ochón; cf. OCH] * * * …   Universalium

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