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{suffix}  :: Used with a stem to form the third-person singular past historic of regular -are verbs
o {conj}  :: or
-o {suffix}  :: Used with a stem to form the first-person singular present of regular are and ere verbs and those -ire verbs that do not take -isc-
oasi {f}  :: oasis
obamiano {adj}  :: Pertaining to, or characteristic of Barack Obama, his ideas and policies
obbediente {adj}  :: obedient
obbedienza {f}  :: obedience
obbedir {v}  :: apocopic form of obbedire
obbedire {vi}  :: to obey
obbiettare {vt}  :: Variant of obiettare
obbiettivamente {adv}  :: objectively
obbiettività {f}  :: Variant of obiettività
obbiettivo {adj}  :: Variant of obiettivo
obbiettivo {m}  :: Variant of obiettivo
obbiezione {f}  :: Variant of obiezione
obbligare {vt}  :: to oblige
obbligarsi {vr}  :: to undertake, to bind oneself, to engage
obbligatamente {adv}  :: as an obligation
obbligatamente {adv}  :: unavoidably
obbligatario {m} [legal]  :: obligee
obbligato {adj}  :: fixed, set
obbligato {adj} [music]  :: obbligato
obbligato {adj}  :: obligatory, unavoidable, forced
obbligato {adj}  :: obliged, compelled, constrained, forced, bound
obbligato {adj}  :: obliged, indebted
obbligato {m}  :: obligator, obligor
obbligatoriamente {adv}  :: compulsorily, obligatorily
obbligatorietà {f} [legal]  :: The status of something that is compulsory, or legally binding
obbligatorio {adj}  :: compulsory, obligatory
obbligazionario {adj} [finance]  :: bond (attributive)
obbligazione {f} [finance]  :: bond, debenture
obbligazione {f} [legal]  :: obligation
obbligazionista {f}  :: bondholder (female)
obbligazionista {m}  :: bondholder (male or irrespective of sex)
obbligo {m}  :: condition
obbligo {m}  :: obligation, duty
obbliquo {adj}  :: Variant of obliquo
obbrobrio {m}  :: disgrace, shame, opprobrium
obbrobrio {m}  :: mess, eyesore
obbrobriosamente {adv}  :: awfully
obbrobriosamente {adv}  :: shamefully
obbrobriosità {f}  :: awfulness
obbrobriosità {f}  :: shame
obbrobriosità {f}  :: shamefulness
obbrobrioso {adj}  :: awful, dreadful, terrible, horrible
obbrobrioso {adj}  :: shameful, despicable, disgraceful, opprobrious
obcordato {adj} [botany]  :: obcordate
obelisco {m}  :: obelisk
obelo {m}  :: obelus, dagger, obelisk (typographical symbol)
oberare {v}  :: to overload or overburden (with)
oberato {adj}  :: crippled with
oberato {adj}  :: overloaded or overburdened (with)
obesa {f}  :: An obese woman
obesità {f}  :: obesity
obeso {adj}  :: obese
obeso {m}  :: obese person
obice {m}  :: howitzer
obiettare {vit}  :: to object
obiettivabile {adj}  :: objectifiable
obiettivamente {adv}  :: objectively
obiettivare {vt}  :: To objectify
obiettivarsi {vr}  :: To be objectified or made concrete
obiettività {f}  :: objectivity
obiettivo {adj}  :: objective
obiettivo {m}  :: goal
obiettivo {m}  :: objective (all senses)
obiettore {m}  :: objector
obiettore di coscienza {m}  :: conscientious objector
obiezione {f}  :: objection
obitorio {m}  :: morgue
obitorio {m}  :: mortuary (of a hospital)
Obizzo {prop}  :: male given name
oblò {m}  :: porthole, scuttle
oblò {m}  :: window (round, of a washing machine etc)
oblanceolato {adj} [botany]  :: oblanceolate
oblatività {f}  :: altruism, selflessness, unselfishness
oblativo {adj}  :: altruistic, selfless, unselfish
oblato {adj}  :: oblate (all senses)
oblato {m}  :: oblate
oblatore {m}  :: donor, giver
oblazionabile {adj} [legal]  :: That can be settled with the payment of a fine
oblazione {f}  :: oblation
oblazione {f}  :: offering (especially of money)
oblia {f}  :: Variant of oblio
obliabile {adj} [literary]  :: forgettable
obliare {vt}  :: To forget
obliarsi {vr}  :: To forget oneself
oblio {m}  :: oblivion
oblioso {adj} [literary]  :: oblivious, forgetful
obliquamente {adv}  :: obliquely
obliquangolo {adj} [geometry]  :: oblique-angled
obliquità {f}  :: obliquity, obliqueness
obliquo {adj}  :: oblique
obliquo {adj}  :: slanting (writing)
obliterare {vt}  :: to cancel [a stamp]
obliterare {vt}  :: to obliterate
obliterare {vt}  :: to stamp, clip [a ticket]
obliterato {adj}  :: obliterated
obliteratore {m}  :: obliterator (device)
obliteratrice {f}  :: stamping or cancelling machine (for tickets etc)
obliterazione {f} [medicine]  :: occlusion
obliterazione {f}  :: obliteration, erasure, cancellation
obliterazione {f}  :: punching, clipping, cancelling (of a ticket etc)
oblivioso {adj}  :: oblivious, forgetful
oblomovismo {m}  :: Oblomovism
oblungo {adj}  :: oblong
obnubilamento {m}  :: obnubilation, clouding
obnubilare {vt}  :: to cloud
obnubilare {vt}  :: to daze
obnubilarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of obnubilare
obnubilarsi {v}  :: to cloud over
obnubilarsi {v}  :: to dim
obnubilazione {f}  :: clouding, dimming
obnubilazione {f}  :: obnubilation
oboe {m} [musical instruments]  :: oboe
oboista {f} [music]  :: oboist (oboe player)
obolo {m}  :: obolus, obol
obolo {m}  :: small offering
obovato {adj} [botany]  :: obovate
obrizzo {adj}  :: golden
obrizzo {adj}  :: pure, unalloyed
obsolescenza {f}  :: obsolescence
obsoleto {adj}  :: obsolete, outdated
obtrusivo {adj}  :: obtrusive
Obvaldo {prop}  :: Obwalden (Swiss canton)
oca {f} [figuratively]  :: goose, silly goose, airhead (female)
oca {f}  :: goose; gander (male)
ocaggine {f}  :: silliness, stupidity
ocarina {f} [musical instruments]  :: ocarina
occasionale {adj}  :: casual, odd
occasionale {adj}  :: occasional, chance (attributive)
occasionalismo {m}  :: occasionalism
occasionalità {f}  :: casualness
occasionalmente {adv}  :: fortuitously, by chance
occasionalmente {adv}  :: occasionally, sometimes, now and then
occasionare {vt}  :: To occasion, provoke, give rise (to) or cause
occasione {f}  :: bargain, special offer (in a shop window advertisement)
occasione {f}  :: circumstance, occasion
occasione {f}  :: opportunity, chance, occasion
occasionissima {f}  :: A big occasion
occaso {m}  :: death
occaso {m}  :: sunset (real and figurative)
occaso {m}  :: the West
occhiaccio {m}  :: Used only in the phrase fare gli occhiacci
occhiaia {f}  :: eye socket
occhiaia {f} [in the plural]  :: hollows under the eyes
occhialaio {m}  :: optician
occhiale {m}  :: (almost exclusively in plural) glasses, spectacles
occhialetto {m}  :: lorgnette
occhiali {mp}  :: glasses, spectacles, eyeglasses (US)
occhiali da sole {mp}  :: sunglasses, shades
occhiali di protezione {n}  :: goggles
occhialini da nuoto {n}  :: swimming goggles
occhialino {m} [in the plural]  :: swimming goggles
occhialino {m}  :: lorgnette
occhialino {m}  :: monocle
occhiali protettivi {n}  :: goggles
occhialone {m} [chiefly, in the plural]  :: goggles (airman's etc)
occhialone {m} [chiefly, in the plural]  :: Large glasses (spectacles)
occhialuto {adj}  :: spectacled (wearing glasses)
occhialuto {m} [informal]  :: four-eyes
occhi a mandorla {n}  :: slant (A person of Asian descent)
occhiata {f}  :: look, glance
occhiataccia {f}  :: dirty look
occhiatina {f}  :: quick look, slight glance
occhiato {adj}  :: ocellated
occhiatura {f}  :: holes (in cheese)
occhiazzurro {adj}  :: blue-eyed
occhiceruleo {adj}  :: blue-eyed
occhieggiare {vi}  :: to peep, appear
occhieggiare {vt}  :: to eye, eye up, ogle
occhieggiarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of occhieggiare
occhieggiarsi {v}  :: to eye each other, exchange glances
occhiellatrice {f}  :: eyelet or buttonhole machine
occhiellatura {f}  :: buttonholes, eyelets
occhiellatura {f}  :: buttonholing, eyeletting
occhiello {m}  :: buttonhole
occhiello {m}  :: eyelet
occhiello {m}  :: half title
occhietto {m}  :: wink
occhio {interj}  :: watch out!; beware!; mind!
occhio {m}  :: eye
occhiocotto {m}  :: sardinian warbler
occhiolino {m}  :: wink
occhione {m}  :: eyebolt
occhio per occhio {phrase}  :: an eye for an eye (idiomatic) equivalent retribution, tit for tat , returning exactly what you get
occhiuto {adj}  :: all-seeing (in reference to Argus)
occhiuto {adj}  :: sharp-eyed
occidentale {adj}  :: west (attribute), western, westerly, occidental
occidentale {adj}  :: Western, Occidental
occidentale {mf}  :: Western, Occidental
occidentalismo {m}  :: Occidentalism, Westernism
occidentalista {f}  :: Occidentalist, Westernist
occidentalistico {adj}  :: Occidentalist, Westernist
occidentalizzare {vt}  :: to westernize
occidentalizzarsi {vr}  :: To become westernized
occidentalizzato {adj}  :: westernized
occidentalizzazione {f}  :: westernization
occidentalmente {adv}  :: in a Western manner
occidentalmente {adv}  :: westerly (from the west)
occidente {m}  :: west, occident
occidere {vt} [literary]  :: alternative form of uccidere
occipitale {adj} [anatomy]  :: occipital
occipitale {m} [muscle]  :: occipitalis, occipitalis muscle
occipitale {m} [skeleton]  :: occipital, occipital bone
occipite {m} [skeleton]  :: occiput
occipitofrontale {adj} [anatomy]  :: occipitofrontal
occipitofrontale {m} [muscle]  :: occipitofrontalis, occipitofrontalis muscle
occitanico {adj}  :: Provençal, Occitan
occitanico {n}  :: Occitan (language)
occitano {adj}  :: Occitan (attributive)
occitano {m}  :: Occitan
occludere {vt}  :: to occlude
occlusale {adj}  :: occlusal
occlusione {f}  :: occlusion
occlusiva {f} [phonetics]  :: stop, plosive, occlusive
occlusiva glottale {f} [phonetics]  :: glottal stop
occlusivo {adj} [phonetics]  :: plosive, occlusive
occorrente {adj}  :: necessary
occorrente {m}  :: Whatever is needed
occorrenza {f}  :: eventuality
occorrenza {f}  :: necessity, need
occorrenza {f}  :: occurrence
occorrere {v} [impersonal]  :: must, to need, to be necessary
occorrere {v} [impersonal, of time]  :: to take
occorrere {vi}  :: to be needed, be necessary, be required
occorrere {vi}  :: to happen, occur
occorrere {vi}  :: to need, require, want
occultabile {adj}  :: concealable
occultabilità {f}  :: Property of being concealable
occultamente {adv}  :: mysteriously
occultamente {adv}  :: secretly
occultamento {adv}  :: occultly
occultamento {adv}  :: secretly
occultare {vt}  :: to hide, conceal, occult
occultato {adj}  :: hidden, concealed, occulted
occultazione {f} [astronomy]  :: occultation
occultazione {f}  :: concealment
occultismo {m}  :: occultism, occult
occultista {f}  :: occultist
occultistico {adj}  :: occult
occulto {adj}  :: hidden, concealed
occulto {adj}  :: occult
occulto {adj}  :: secret
occupabile {adj}  :: That can be occupied
occupante {adj}  :: occupying
occupante {mf}  :: occupier, occupant
occupare {vt}  :: to employ, find a job
occupare {vt}  :: to occupy, take over, squat in
occupare {vt}  :: to occupy, take up, fill
occuparsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of occupare
occuparsi {v}  :: to be interested in, be involved in, be active in
occuparsi {v}  :: to be in, to be, look after, attend to, handle
occuparsi {v}  :: to find a job
occuparsi {v}  :: to see to, take care of, look after, attend to
occupatissimo {adj}  :: Very busy
occupato {adj}  :: occupied, busy, engaged
occupatore {m}  :: occupier, occupant
occupatore abusivo {m}  :: squatter, unauthorized inhabitant
occupazionale {adj}  :: employment (attributive)
occupazionale {adj}  :: occupational
occupazione {f} [legal]  :: occupancy
occupazione {f}  :: occupation, activity, job, employment, work, business
occupazione {f}  :: occupation (the act of occupying and the state of being occupied)
oceanauta {f}  :: oceanaut
Oceania {prop}  :: Oceania
oceaniano {adj}  :: Oceanian
oceanico {adj}  :: huge, vast
oceanico {adj}  :: oceanic; ocean (attributive)
oceanino {adj}  :: ocean (attributive), oceanic
oceano {m}  :: immensity, infinity
oceano {m}  :: ocean
Oceano Atlantico {prop}  :: Atlantic Ocean
oceanografa {f}  :: oceanographer (female)
oceanografia {f}  :: oceanography
oceanografico {adj}  :: oceanographic
oceanografo {m}  :: oceanographer (male)
Oceano Indiano {prop}  :: Indian Ocean
Oceano Pacifico {prop}  :: Pacific Ocean
ocellato {adj}  :: ocellated
ocello {m}  :: eyespot
ocello {m}  :: ocellus (simple eye)
ocellotto {m}  :: Variant of ocelot
ocelot {m}  :: ocelot (cat)
ocheggiare {v}  :: alternative form of occhieggiare
ochetta {f}  :: gosling
ochetta {f}  :: silly, naive girl
oclocratico {adj}  :: ochlocratic, ochlocratical
oclocrazia {f}  :: ochlocracy, mob rule
o così o cosà {adv}  :: Either this way or that way
o così o niente {phrase} [idiomatic]  :: my way or the highway
ocra {f}  :: ochre
ocraceo {adj}  :: ochreous, ochreish
OCSE {abbr}  :: (Organizzazione per la Cooperazione e lo Sviluppo Economico) OECD
oculare {adj} [anatomy]  :: ocular, eye (attributive)
oculare {m}  :: eyepiece
oculatamente {adv}  :: cautiously, prudently
oculatamente {adv}  :: shrewdly
oculatezza {f}  :: caution, prudence
oculatezza {f}  :: shrewdness
oculato {adj}  :: cautious, prudent
oculato {adj}  :: shrewd
oculista {f}  :: eye doctor, ophthalmologist, oculist
oculistica {f}  :: ophthalmology
oculistico {adj}  :: ophthalmologic, ophthalmological, eye (attributive)
oculogiro {adj} [physiology]  :: oculogyric
oculomucocutaneo {adj} [anatomy]  :: oculomucocutaneous
od {conj}  :: or (used before a vowel for euphony instead of o)
odalisca {f}  :: odalisque
oddio {interj}  :: good grief
oddio {interj}  :: oh God; oh my God; God!
Oddo {prop}  :: male given name
Oddone {prop}  :: Odo
ode {f}  :: ode
odeporico {adj}  :: Relating to, or occurring during a voyage or trip
Oderzo {prop}  :: A town in the Treviso province of Veneto
odiabile {adj}  :: detestable, hateful
odiare {vt}  :: to hate, detest, loathe
odiarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of odiare
odiarsi {v}  :: to hate oneself
odiatissimo {adj}  :: Most hated or detested
odiato {adj}  :: hated, detested
odiatore {m}  :: hater (male)
odibile {adj} [literary]  :: hateful, odious
odiernamente {adv}  :: nowadays, these days
odierno {adj}  :: present, current
odierno {adj}  :: today's, of today
Odino {prop}  :: Odin
odinofagia {f}  :: odynophagia
odinofobia {f}  :: odynophobia
odio {m}  :: hatred
odiosamente {adv}  :: hatefully
odiosità {f}  :: hateful behaviour
odiosità {f}  :: hatefulness, odiousness, loathsomeness
odioso {adj}  :: hateful, odious, loathsome, detestable
odissea {f}  :: odyssey
Odissea {prop}  :: The Odyssey
Odisseo {prop}  :: Odysseus
-odo {suffix}  :: -ode (electronic components etc)
Odoacre {prop}  :: Odoacer
odologia {f}  :: odology (study of roads, or of the fibres of the nervous system)
odometro {m}  :: odometer (surveyor's wheel)
odonimo {m}  :: The name / toponym of a street, square etc
odonomastica {f}  :: The branch of onomastics that studies the names of streets, squares etc of a particular town/city
odonomastico {adj}  :: Of of pertaining to odonomastica
odontalgia {f}  :: toothache
odontalgico {adj}  :: odontalgic
odontalgico {m}  :: odontalgic
odontogenesi {f}  :: odontogenesis
odontoiatra {f}  :: dentist
odontoiatria {f}  :: dentistry
odontoiatrico {adj}  :: dental
odontologia {f}  :: odontology, dentistry
odontologico {adj}  :: odontological, dental
odontometro {m}  :: perforation gauge
odontostomatologia {f}  :: odontostomatology / odonto-stomatology
odontostomatologico {adj}  :: odontostomatological / odonto-stomatological
odontotecnico {adj}  :: dental technology (attributive)
odontotecnico {m}  :: dental technician
odor {m}  :: apocopic form of odore
odorabile {adj}  :: smellable
odorare {vit}  :: to smell
odorato {m} [physiology]  :: smell (sense of)
odore {m}  :: (plural; plants used to flavour or season food) herbs
odore {m}  :: smell, odour, odor, aroma, fragrance, scent
odorifero {adj}  :: odoriferous
odorizzazione {f}  :: odorization
odoroso {adj}  :: smelling, perfumed, sweet-smelling, odorous
Odra {prop}  :: the Oder, a river of central Europe that flows from the Czech Republic through Poland and Germany to the Baltic Sea
Ofelia {prop}  :: Ophelia
ofelimità {f}  :: ophelimity
offella {f}  :: A type of sweet biscuit
offelleria {f}  :: confectioner's (shop)
offelleria {f}  :: confectionery
offendere {vt}  :: to hurt, injure, harm
offendere {vt}  :: to offend
offendersi {vr}  :: reflexive form of offendere
offendersi {v}  :: to take offense, be offended
offendibile {adj}  :: assailable
offendibile {adj}  :: That can be offended.
offensiva {f}  :: attack, assault, offensive
offensivamente {adv}  :: insultingly
offensivamente {adv}  :: offensively
offensivismo {m}  :: An aggressive attitude
offensivismo {m} [sports]  :: attack
offensivo {adj}  :: insulting
offensivo {adj}  :: offensive (all senses)
offensivo {m}  :: offensive
offensore {m}  :: aggressor
offensore {m}  :: offender
offerente {mf}  :: bidder (in an auction etc)
offerire {vt}  :: Variant of offrire
offerta {m}  :: bid
offerta {m}  :: offer
offerta {m}  :: offering, donation
offerta {m}  :: tender
offertona {f}  :: A big offer, a huge offer
offertorio {m}  :: offertory
offesa {f}  :: An offended person (feminine of offeso)
offesa {f}  :: insult
offesa {f}  :: offence (all senses)
offeso {adj}  :: offended, hurt
offeso {m}  :: An offended person (male)
officiale {adj}  :: Variant of ufficiale
officiale {m}  :: Variant of ufficiale
officiante {adj}  :: officiating
officiare {v}  :: to officiate (all senses)
officina {f}  :: workshop
officinale {adj}  :: officinal, medicinal
officiosamente {adv}  :: Variant of ufficiosamente
officiosità {f}  :: Variant of ufficiosità
officioso {adj}  :: Variant of ufficioso
offrir {v}  :: apocopic form of offrire
offrire {vt}  :: to offer, treat
offrirsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of offrire
offrirsi {vr}  :: to arise, present itself
offrirsi {vr}  :: to offer, volunteer (to)
offuscamento {m}  :: darkening
offuscamento {m}  :: dulling, blurring, overshadowing
offuscamento {m}  :: obfuscation
offuscare {vt}  :: to darken, obscure
offuscare {vt}  :: to dim, dull, blur
offuscare {vt}  :: to obfuscate
offuscarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of offuscare
offuscarsi {v}  :: to become obscured
offuscarsi {v}  :: to cloud over
offuscarsi {v}  :: to darken
offuscarsi {v}  :: to grow dim
ofide {m}  :: ophidian
ofidismo {m}  :: ophidism
ofiologia {f}  :: ophiology
ofite {f} [mineralogy]  :: ophite, verd antique (lapis ophytes)
oftalmia {f}  :: ophthalmitis, ophthalmia
oftalmico {adj} [anatomy, pathology]  :: ophthalmic, eye (attributive)
oftalmo- {prefix}  :: ophthalmo-
oftalmologa {f}  :: ophthalmologist (female)
oftalmologia {f}  :: ophthalmology
oftalmologico {adj}  :: ophthalmologic, ophthalmological
oftalmologo {m}  :: ophthalmologist
oftalmopatia {f} [pathology]  :: ophthalmopathy
oftalmoscopia {f}  :: ophthalmoscopy
oftalmoscopico {adj}  :: ophthalmoscopic
oftalmoscopio {m}  :: ophthalmoscope
ogamico {adj}  :: Ogham (attributive)
oggettistica {f}  :: decorative (rather than functional) objects
oggettistica {f}  :: the commercial production and sale of such products
oggettivamente {adv}  :: objectively, clearly
oggettivamente {adv}  :: objectively, impartially
oggettivare {vt}  :: To objectify
oggettivarsi {vr}  :: To be objectified or made concrete
oggettivazione {f}  :: objectification, objectivation
oggettivismo {m}  :: objectivism
oggettivista {f} [philosophy]  :: objectivist
oggettivistico {adj}  :: objectivist, objectivistic
oggettività {f}  :: objectivity
oggettivo {adj} [grammar]  :: objective
oggettivo {adj}  :: objective, unbiased, fair
oggettivo {adj}  :: (of or relating to an object) objective
oggetto {m}  :: object
oggetto celeste {m} [astronomy]  :: celestial body, heavenly body
oggetto di scherno {m}  :: a butt person at whom ridicule, jest, or contempt is directed
oggetto di scherno {m}  :: laughing stock, jest
oggettuale {adj}  :: object (attributive)
oggettualità {f}  :: objecthood
oggi {adv}  :: today
oggi {m}  :: today
oggidì {adv} [dated]  :: nowadays, these days
oggigiorno {adv}  :: nowadays, these days
oggimai {adv} [literary]  :: by now, by this time, now, at this point, by then
ogiva {f}  :: groin
ogiva {f}  :: nose cone or warhead (of a missile)
ogiva {f}  :: ogive
ogiva {f}  :: pointed arch
ogivale {adj} [architecture, by extension]  :: Gothic
ogivale {adj} [architecture]  :: ogival
OGM {initialism}  :: GMO (genetically modified organism)
ogni {adj}  :: every
ogni giorno {adv}  :: daily (every day)
ogni promessa è debito {proverb}  :: promise is debt
ogniqualvolta {conj}  :: each or every time that
Ognissanti {m}  :: All Saints' Day
ogni tanto {adv}  :: occasionally, sometimes, now and then, every now and then, from time to time
ognitempo {adj}  :: all-weather
ognor {adv}  :: apocopic form of ognora
ognora {adv}  :: always, continually
ognun {pron}  :: apocopic form of ognuno
ognuna {pron}  :: Variant of ognuno
ognuno {pron}  :: each, every one, all
ognuno {pron}  :: everyone, everybody, each one
ohibò {interj}  :: tut-tut!; tsk tsk!; phew! (Used to show disgust, disapproval or surprise)
ohimè {interj}  :: oh dear!
ohimè {interj}  :: oops!
ohmetro {m} [physics]  :: ohmmeter
ohmmetro {m}  :: Variant of ohmetro
oibò {interj}  :: alternative spelling of ohibò
-oico {suffix} [organic chemistry]  :: -oic
-oide {suffix}  :: -oid (both nouns and adjectives)
oidio {m}  :: oidium
ojibwa {m}  :: Ojibwe (language, people)
olà {interj}  :: oi! (used to get someone’s attention)
olanda {f}  :: holland (cloth)
Olanda {prop}  :: Holland
Olanda {prop}  :: the Netherlands
olandese {adj}  :: Dutch
olandese {f}  :: A Dutchwoman, a female Hollander
olandese {m}  :: A Dutchman, an Hollander (male or of unspecified sex)
olandese {m}  :: Dutch (language)
olandese {m}  :: (in plural) The Dutch
Olbia {prop}  :: A town in the Olbia-Tempio province of Sardinia
Olbia-Tempio {prop}  :: A province of Sardinia centred on the towns of Olbia and Tempio Pausania
oleaceo {adj}  :: oil (attributive)
oleaceo {adj}  :: oily, oleaginous
oleaginoso {adj}  :: oleaginous (oily)
oleandro {m} [plant]  :: oleander
oleare {v}  :: to oint, anoint
oleare {vt}  :: To smear or rub over with oil or an unctuous substance; also, to spread over, as oil
oleario {adj}  :: oil (attributive)
oleastro {m}  :: wild olive
oleato {adj}  :: oiled
oleato {m} [organic chemistry]  :: oleate
olecrano {m} [skeleton]  :: olecranon
olefina {f} [organic chemistry]  :: olefin
olefinico {adj} [organic chemistry]  :: olefinic
oleico {adj}  :: oleic
oleicoltura {f}  :: olive growing
oleifero {adj}  :: oleiferous, oleaginous (oil-producing)
oleificio {m}  :: oil mill
oleina {f} [chemistry]  :: olein
oleo- {prefix}  :: oleo-
oleochimico {adj}  :: oleochemical
oleodinamica {f}  :: hydraulics
oleodinamico {adj}  :: hydraulic
oleodotto {m}  :: pipeline (for oil)
oleografia {f}  :: oleograph
oleografia {f}  :: oleography
oleografico {adj}  :: conventional, unoriginal
oleografico {adj}  :: oleographic
oleomargarina {f}  :: oleomargarine
oleoproteaginosa {f}  :: Any food-plant rich in both oil and protein
oleoresina {f}  :: oleoresin
oleosità {f}  :: oiliness
oleoso {adj}  :: oil (attributive)
oleoso {adj}  :: oily, oleaginous
olezzare {vi} [literary]  :: To smell sweet or good
olezzare {vi}  :: To stink sweet or smell (bad)
olezzo {m} [literary]  :: scent, sweet smell
olezzo {m}  :: stink, stench, bad smell
olfattivo {adj} [physiology]  :: olfactory, olfactive
olfatto {m} [physiology]  :: The sense of smell, olfaction
olfattorio {adj}  :: olfactory
olgettina {f}  :: A woman who has been seduced by the influence of a powerful or influential politician
oliare {vt}  :: To oil
oliato {adj}  :: oiled
oliatore {m}  :: oilcan
oliatura {f}  :: oiling
Olibrio {prop}  :: Olybrius
oliera {f}  :: oil cruet
olig- {prefix}  :: Form of oligo- before a vowel
oligarca {f}  :: oligarch
oligarchia {f}  :: oligarchy
oligarchico {adj}  :: oligarchic
oligo- {prefix}  :: oligo-
oligoartrite {f} [medicine]  :: oligoarthritis
oligoastrocitoma {f} [medicine]  :: oligoastrocytoma
oligocene {m} [geology]  :: Oligocene
oligoclasio {m} [mineralogy]  :: oligoclase
oligodendrocito {m}  :: oligodendrocyte
oligodendrogliale {adj}  :: oligodendroglial
oligodendroglioma {m}  :: oligodendroglioma
oligodinamico {adj}  :: oligodynamic
oligoelemento {m}  :: trace element
oligoemia {f} [pathology]  :: oligaemia / oligemia
oligofagia {f}  :: oligophagy
oligofrenia {f}  :: oligophrenia
oligofrenico {adj}  :: mentally retarded
oligomenorrea {f} [medicine]  :: oligomenorrhea
oligomerizzazione {f} [chemistry]  :: oligomerization
oligomero {m} [chemistry]  :: oligomer
oligominerale {adj}  :: oligomineral
oligomittico {adj}  :: oligomictic
oligonucleotide {m}  :: oligonucleotide
oligonucleotidico {adj}  :: oligonucleotide (attributive)
oligonutriente {m}  :: micronutrient
oligopeptide {m} [biochemistry]  :: oligopeptide
oligopolio {m}  :: oligopoly
oligopolista {adj}  :: Variant of oligopolistico
oligopolista {f}  :: oligopolist
oligopolistico {adj}  :: oligopolistic
oligopsonio {m}  :: oligopsony
oligopsonista {f}  :: oligopsonist
oligopsonistico {adj}  :: oligopsonistic
oligosaccaride {m} [carbohydrate]  :: oligosaccharide
oligosaccaridico {adj}  :: oligosaccharide (attributive)
oligosaccaridosi {f} [pathology]  :: oligosaccharidosis
oligospermia {f} [medicine]  :: oligospermia
oligoterapia {f} [medicine]  :: oligotherapy
oligotrofico {adj}  :: oligotrophic
oliguria {f} [pathology]  :: oliguria
Olimpia {prop}  :: female given name, equivalent to English Olympia
Olimpia {prop}  :: Olympia, the Greek city
olimpiade {f}  :: Olympic Games, Olympiad
olimpiade {f} [sports, in the plural]  :: Olympic Games, Olympics
olimpicità {f}  :: Olympian calm
olimpico {adj}  :: Olympic, Olympian
olimpio {adj}  :: Olympian
olimpionica {f} [sports]  :: Olympian (female), Olympic athlete (female)
olimpionico {adj} [of or pertaining to the Olympic Games]  :: Olympic, Olympian
olimpionico {m} [sports]  :: Olympian, Olympic athlete
olimpo {m}  :: hall of fame
Olimpo {prop} [mountains]  :: Olympus
olinguito {m}  :: olinguito
olio {m}  :: oil
olio di oliva {m}  :: olive oil
olio di palma {m}  :: palm oil
olio di ricino {m}  :: castor oil
olio d'oliva {m}  :: olive oil
olio siliconico {m}  :: silicone oil
oliosità {f}  :: (Variant of: oleosità) oiliness
olioso {adj}  :: (Variant of: oleoso) oil (attributive)
olioso {adj}  :: (Variant of: oleoso) oily, oleaginous
olismo {m}  :: holism
olistico {adj}  :: holistic
oliva {adj}  :: olive-green
oliva {f}  :: olive (fruit)
oliva {m}  :: olive (colour)
olivaceo {adj}  :: olivaceous, olive-green
olivagno {adj}  :: olive-green
olivagno {m} [plant]  :: oleaster, silverberry
olivaio {m}  :: room in which the olives are stored after being picked
olivare {adj}  :: olivary, olive-like
olivastro {adj}  :: olive green
olivastro {m}  :: olive green (colour)
olivastro {m}  :: wild olive (Olea europea)
olivato {adj}  :: cultivated with olive grove
olivato {adj}  :: olive green
olivella {f} [mollusk]  :: purple dwarf olive
olivella {f}  :: olive-shaped wedge
olivella {f} [plant]  :: privet
olivella {f} [plant]  :: spurge laurel
olivella spinosa {f} [plant]  :: sea-buckthorn
olivello {m} [plant]  :: sea-buckthorn
olivello {m} [plant]  :: spurge laurel
olivello spinoso {m} [plant]  :: sea-buckthorn
olivenite {f} [mineral]  :: olivenite
oliveta {f}  :: (Variant of: oliveto) olive grove
olivetano {adj}  :: Olivetan
oliveto {m}  :: olive grove
olivetta {f}  :: (mechanical) nut plate
olivetta {f} [plant]  :: privet
olivetta {f}  :: small olive (fruit)
olivetta {f}  :: toggle (wooden bar-shaped button)
Olivetti {prop}  :: Italian surname
Olivia {prop}  :: female given name, cognate to English Olivia or Olive
olivicolo {adj} [agriculture]  :: olive-growing, olive (attributive)
olivicoltore {m} [agriculture]  :: olive grower
olivicoltrice {f}  :: olive grower (female)
olivicoltura {f} [agriculture]  :: olive growing
Oliviero {prop}  :: male given name, cognate to Oliver
olivigno {adj}  :: olive green
olivina {f} [mineral]  :: olivine
olivinico {adj} [mineralogy]  :: olivinic
olivo {m}  :: olive tree, olive
olmaia {f}  :: elm wood (forest)
olmaria {f} [plant]  :: meadowsweet (Filipendula ulmaria)
olmeto {m}  :: elm wood (forest)
olmio {m}  :: holmium
olmo {m}  :: elm (Ulmus)
olmo {m}  :: field elm (Ulmus minor)
olmo {m}  :: wood from those trees
olmo campestre {m}  :: field elm (tree, Ulmus minor)
olmo comune {m}  :: field elm (tree, Ulmus minor)
olmo siberiano {m}  :: Siberian elm (tree)
olo- {prefix}  :: holo-
-olo {suffix} [organic chemistry]  :: -ol (forming the names of alcohols)
olocausto {m}  :: genocide
olocausto {m}  :: holocaust (of the Jews etc. in World War II)
olocausto {m}  :: sacrifice (religious)
olocene {m} [geology]  :: Holocene
olocenico {adj} [geology]  :: Holocene (attributive)
olocentrico {adj} [genetics]  :: holocentric
olocrino {adj}  :: holocrine
olocristallino {adj}  :: holocrystalline
oloedria {f}  :: holohedry
oloedrico {adj}  :: holohedral
oloenzima {m} [enzyme]  :: holoenzyme
olofano {m}  :: ribbed glass
Oloferne {prop}  :: Holofernes
olofrastico {adj}  :: holophrastic
ologenesi {f}  :: hologenesis (an early Italian theory of evolution)
olografia {f}  :: holography
olografico {adj}  :: holographic
olografo {adj}  :: holograph
ologramma {m}  :: hologram
olomittico {adj} [geology]  :: holomictic
olomorfo {adj} [mathematics]  :: holomorphic
olona {f}  :: duck (fabric)
olona {f} [nautical]  :: sailcloth
Olona {prop}  :: A river in Lombardy
oloturia {f}  :: holothurian
Oltenia {prop}  :: Oltenia
oltr- {prefix}  :: Form of oltre- used before a vowel (especially before an a)
oltra {prep}  :: Variant of oltre
oltraggiabile {adj}  :: That can be offended
oltraggiare {vt}  :: to offend or insult
oltraggiatore {adj}  :: offensive, insulting
oltraggiatore {m}  :: abuser
oltraggiatore {m}  :: offender
oltraggio {m}  :: offence, insult
oltraggiosamente {adv}  :: insultingly
oltraggiosamente {adv}  :: offensively
oltraggiosamente {adv}  :: outrageously
oltraggioso {adj}  :: offensive, insulting
oltralpe {adv}  :: transalpine
oltramontano {adj}  :: beyond the mountains
oltranza {f}  :: excess, exaggeration
oltranza {f}  :: extremity
oltranzismo {m}  :: extremism
oltranzista {adj}  :: extremist (attributive)
oltranzista {f}  :: extremist
oltranzistico {adj}  :: extremist, hard-line (attributive)
oltre {adv}  :: farther, further, past, by, on
oltre {adv}  :: longer, more
oltre {adv}  :: upward, over, above
oltre- {prefix}  :: Forms terms meaning over or beyond
oltre {prep}  :: besides, as well as, in addition to
oltre {prep}  :: beyond, over, on the other side of
oltre {prep}  :: except, beyond, apart from
oltre {prep}  :: more than, over, above
oltreché {prep}  :: further than
oltreconfine {adj}  :: cross-border
oltreconfine {adv}  :: cross-border
oltrecortina {adv}  :: Behind the Iron Curtain
oltrecortina {m}  :: The Iron Curtain countries
Oltredrava {prop}  :: Drava (statistical region of Slovenia)
oltrefiume {adv}  :: Beyond (or on the other side of) a river
oltrefrontiera {adv}  :: beyond the frontier (of a state)
oltrefrontiera {m}  :: The region beyond a frontier
oltremanica {adv}  :: Across the English Channel
oltremanica {m}  :: The countries beyond the English Channel (from Europe); i.e. the British Isles
oltremare {adv}  :: abroad
oltremare {adv}  :: overseas
oltremare {adv}  :: ultramarine (colour)
oltremarino {adj}  :: ultramarine (colour)
oltremirabile {adj} [literary]  :: very admirable
oltremisura {adv}  :: excessively, overmuch
oltremodo {adv}  :: greatly, extremely
oltremondano {adj}  :: other-worldly
oltremondano {adj}  :: transcendent
oltremontano {adj}  :: beyond the mountains
Oltremura {prop}  :: Prekmurje
oltreoceano {adv}  :: overseas
oltrepadano {adj}  :: Of or from Oltrepò Pavese
oltrepassabile {adj}  :: surpassable
oltrepassare {vt}  :: to cross, exceed
oltrepassare {vt}  :: to go over, beyond
oltrepassato {adj}  :: crossed, exceeded
Oltrepò Pavese {prop}  :: The southern part of the province of Pavia
Oltresava {prop}  :: Central Sava (statistical region of Slovenia)
oltretomba {m}  :: afterlife, hereafter, next world
oltretutto {adv}  :: moreover; on top of that; as well as that
oltreuomo {m}  :: superman
omè {interj}  :: alas!
omaggiare {vt}  :: To pay homage to
omaggiare {vt}  :: To present
omaggio {adj}  :: free
omaggio {m}  :: freebie
omaggio {m}  :: homage, tribute
omaggio {m}  :: respect, regard (especially in plural)
omaggio {m}  :: swag
omai {adv}  :: Variant of ormai
Oman {prop}  :: Oman
omanita {adj}  :: Omani
omanita {f}  :: Omani (female)
omanita {m}  :: Omani (male or of unspecified sex)
omaro {m}  :: lobster (of genus Homarus)
omaso {m}  :: omasum
ombelicale {adj}  :: umbilical
ombelicato {adj}  :: umbilicate
ombelico {m}  :: navel, umbilicus
ombra {f}  :: shade, shadow
ombrare {vt}  :: To shade (all senses)
ombreggiamento {m}  :: shading, hatching
ombreggiare {vt}  :: To shade, crosshatch
ombreggiarsi {vr}  :: ‎ To be shaded
ombreggiato {adj}  :: shaded, shady
ombreggiatura {f} [arts]  :: shading
ombrella {f} [botany]  :: umbel
ombrella {f}  :: The shady foliage of a tree
ombrella {f}  :: Variant of ombrello
ombrellaia {f}  :: umbrella maker (female)
ombrellaia {f}  :: umbrella repairer (female)
ombrellaia {f}  :: umbrella seller (female)
ombrellaio {m}  :: umbrella maker
ombrellaio {m}  :: umbrella repairer
ombrellaio {m}  :: umbrella seller
ombrellata {f}  :: blow with an umbrella
ombrellifera {f} [botany]  :: umbellifer (umbelliferous plant)
ombrellificio {m}  :: umbrella factory
ombrelliforme {adj} [botany]  :: umbelliform
ombrellino {m}  :: parasol, sunshade
ombrellino {m}  :: small umbrella
ombrello {m}  :: umbrella, brolly, gamp
ombrellone {m}  :: A beach umbrella
ombretto {m}  :: eye shadow
ombrifero {adj}  :: shady (giving shelter from the sun)
ombrina {f}  :: umbra, umbrine, ombre (fish, Umbrina cirrosa)
ombrinale {m} [nautical]  :: scupper
ombrofilo {adj} [botany]  :: shade-loving
ombrofobia {f}  :: ombrophobia
ombrosamente {adv}  :: shadily
ombrosamente {adv}  :: touchily
ombrosità {f}  :: shadiness
ombrosità {f}  :: skittishness
ombrosità {f}  :: touchiness
ombroso {adj}  :: shady, shadowy (place)
ombroso {adj}  :: skittish (horse)
ombroso {adj}  :: touchy (person)
OMC {prop}  :: initialism of Organizzazione Mondiale del Commercio (WTO (World Trade Organisation))
omega {mf}  :: omega (letter; scientific symbol)
omelia {f}  :: homily, sermon
omento {m} [anatomy]  :: omentum
omeo- {prefix}  :: homeo-
omeo- {prefix}  :: homo-
omeoarchia {f}  :: homeoarchy
omeomerie {f} [philosophy]  :: homoeomery
omeomorfia {f} [biology]  :: homeomorphism, homeomorphy
omeomorfismo {m} [mathematics]  :: homeomorphism
omeomorfo {adj}  :: homeomorphic
omeopata {f}  :: homeopath
omeopatia {f} [medicine]  :: homeopathy
omeopatico {adj}  :: homeopathic
omeosi {f}  :: homoeosis
omeostasi {f}  :: homeostasis
omeostatico {adj}  :: homeostatic
omeotermia {f}  :: homeothermy, homeothermia, warm-bloodedness
omeotermo {adj}  :: warm-blooded, homeothermic
omerale {adj} [skeleton]  :: humeral
omerico {adj}  :: Homeric
omero {m} [skeleton]  :: humerus
Omero {prop}  :: Homer, the poet
Omero {prop}  :: male given name of Ancient Greek origin
omeroscapolare {adj} [skeleton]  :: humeroscapular
omertà {f}  :: code of silence
omertà {f}  :: omertà
omertosamente {adv}  :: reticently (because of a conspiracy of silence)
omertoso {adj}  :: reticent because of a conspiracy of silence
omettere {vt}  :: To leave out or omit
ometto {m}  :: Small person
OMG {initialism}  :: alternative form of OGM
omiciattolo {m}  :: wretch
omicida {adj}  :: homicidal, murderous
omicida {f}  :: murderer
omicida {f}  :: murderess (when feminine)
omicidiario {adj}  :: murderous, homicidal
omicidio {m}  :: murder [Britain], homicide [US]
omicron {m}  :: omicron (Greek letter)
omiletico {adj}  :: homiletic
ominazione {f}  :: homination
ominide {m} [ethnic slur, derogatory, vulgar, offensive]  :: used by fascist cameratas in Italy to discriminate between an Italian and someone of an inferior race and with no soul.
ominide {m}  :: hominid
ominido {m}  :: hominid
omino {m}  :: Small person (male)
omissibile {adj}  :: That can be omitted; omissible
omissione {f}  :: omission
omissis {m}  :: omission (deliberate)
omissivo {adj}  :: Characterized by omission; omissive
omnicomprensivo {adj}  :: all-inclusive
omnidirezionale {adj}  :: omnidirectional
omnipolare {adj}  :: omnipolar
omniscienza {f} [rare]  :: omniscience (Variant of onniscienza)
omnivoro {adj}  :: Variant of onnivoro
omnivoro {m}  :: Variant of onnivoro
omo- {prefix}  :: homeo-
omo- {prefix}  :: homo-
omoatomico {adj} [chemistry]  :: homoatomic
Omobono {prop}  :: male given name
omocariosi {f} [botany]  :: homokaryosis
omocentrico {adj}  :: homocentric
omocerco {adj} [zoology]  :: homocercal
omociclico {adj} [chemistry]  :: homocyclic
omocinetico {adj}  :: homokinetic
omocisteina {f} [amino acid]  :: homocysteine
omocisteinemia {f} [medicine]  :: homocysteinemia
omocistinuria {f} [medicine]  :: homocystinuria
omocromia {f} [zoology]  :: homochromy
omocromo {adj} [zoology]  :: homochromic
omodiegetico {adj}  :: homodiegetic
omodimero {m}  :: homodimer
omodonte {adj} [zoology]  :: homodont
omodontia {f} [zoology]  :: homodonty
omoerotico {adj}  :: homoerotic
omoerotismo {m}  :: homoeroticism
omofagia {f}  :: homophagy, omophagia
omofago {adj}  :: omophagic, omophagous
omofago {m}  :: omophagist
omofilia {f}  :: homophily
omofilia {f}  :: homosexuality
omofilo {adj}  :: homophile
omofilo {m}  :: homophile
omofobia {f}  :: homophobia
omofobico {adj}  :: homophobic
omofobo {adj}  :: homophobic
omofonia {f}  :: homophony
omofonico {adj}  :: homophonic
omofono {adj}  :: homophonic
omofono {m}  :: homophone
omogalatturonano {m} [carbohydrate]  :: homogalacturonan
omogamia {f} [botany]  :: homogamy
omogenato {m}  :: homogenized baby food
omogeneamente {adv}  :: homogeneously
omogeneità {f}  :: homogeneity
omogeneizzare {vt}  :: to homogenize
omogeneizzato {adj}  :: homogenized
omogeneizzato {m}  :: homogenized baby food
omogeneizzatore {m}  :: homogenizer
omogeneizzazione {f}  :: homogenization
omogeneo {adj}  :: homogeneous (all senses)
omogenizzare {vt}  :: alternative form of omogeneizzare
omogenizzatore {m}  :: Variant of omogeneizzatore
omogenizzazione {f}  :: Variant of omogeneizzazione
omogentisico {adj}  :: homogentisic 2,5-dihydroxyphenylacetic
omografia {f} [linguistics, mathematics]  :: homography
omografico {adj} [linguistics, mathematics]  :: homographic
omografo {adj}  :: homographic
omografo {m} [linguistics]  :: homograph
omogramma {m} [linguistics]  :: homograph
omoioideo {adj} [anatomy]  :: omohyoid
omolaterale {adj} [anatomy]  :: homolateral, ipsilateral
omolisi {f} [chemistry]  :: homolysis
omolitico {adj} [chemistry]  :: homolytic
omologabile {adj}  :: approvable
omologabilità {f}  :: Property of being approvable
omologamente {adv}  :: homologously
omologare {vt}  :: to approve, confirm
omologare {vt}  :: to ratify
omologarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of omologare
omologarsi {v}  :: to conform (to)
omologato {adj}  :: approved, confirmed
omologato {adj}  :: ratified
omologazione {f}  :: approval or confirmation
omologazione {f}  :: ratification
omologia {f}  :: homology (all senses)
omologico {adj}  :: homologous, homological
omologo {adj}  :: corresponding
omologo {adj}  :: homologous (all senses)
omomero {adj}  :: homomeric
omomero {m}  :: homomer
omomorfia {f} [biology]  :: homomorphism
omomorfismo {m}  :: homomorphism
omomorfo {adj}  :: homomorphic
omomorfosi {f} [biology]  :: homomorphosis
omone {m}  :: A large or imposing man
omonima {f}  :: namesake (female)
omonimia {f}  :: homonymy
omonimico {adj}  :: homonymic
omonimo {adj}  :: homonymous
omonimo {m}  :: homonym
omonimo {m}  :: namesake (male)
omonucleare {adj} [chemistry]  :: homonuclear
omopirimidina {f} [organic compound]  :: homopyrimidine
omoplasia {f} [biology]  :: homoplasy, homoplasia
omoplata {m} [skeleton]  :: omoplate, scapula, shoulder blade
omopolare {adj} [chemistry]  :: covalent
omopolare {adj} [physics]  :: homopolar, unipolar
omopolimero {m} [chemistry]  :: homopolymer
omopolisaccaride {m} [carbohydrate]  :: homopolysaccharide
omorganico {adj}  :: homorganic
omorgano {adj}  :: homorganic
omoritimicamente {adv}  :: homorhythmically
omoritimico {adj}  :: homorhythmic
omoritmia {f}  :: homorhythm
omoritmico {adj}  :: homorhythmic
omoschedasticità {f}  :: homoskedasticity
omoschedastico {adj}  :: homoscedastic
omosessuale {adj}  :: homosexual
omosessuale {mf}  :: homosexual
omosessualità {f}  :: homosexuality
omosex {adj}  :: homosexual
omosex {mf}  :: homosexual
omosfera {f}  :: homosphere
omoteleuto {m}  :: homeoteleuton
omotetia {f} [mathematics]  :: homothecy, homothety
omotipia {f} [biology]  :: homotypy
omotipico {adj}  :: homotypic
omotonale {adj} [music]  :: homotonal, homotonous
omotonia {f} [medicine]  :: homotone, homotony
omotonia {f} [music]  :: homotonality
omotonico {adj} [medicine]  :: homotonic
omotonico {adj} [music]  :: homotonal
omotopia {f} [mathematics]  :: homotopy
omotopico {adj}  :: homotopic, homotopical
omotossicologia {f}  :: homotoxicology
omotossicologico {adj}  :: homotoxicological
omotrapianto {m} [surgery]  :: homotransplant, homograft
omottero {m}  :: homopter, homopteran
omousia {f}  :: homoousion
omozigosi {m} [genetics, biology]  :: homozygosis
omozigote {adj}  :: homozygous
omozigote {m}  :: homozygote
omozigotico {adj}  :: homozygotic
OMPI {initialism}  :: Organizzazione Mondiale per la Proprietà Intellettuale (See WIPO)
OMS {initialism}  :: (Organizzazione Mondiale della Sanità) WHO (World Health Organisation)
omuncolo {m}  :: wretch
-ona {suffix}  :: Feminine form of -one
onanismo {m} [anatomy]  :: onanism
onanista {adj}  :: onanistic
onanista {f}  :: onanist
onanistico {adj}  :: onanistic
oncia {f} [obsolete]  :: inch (or several other small units of length)
oncia {f}  :: ounce (weight)
onciale {adj}  :: uncial
onciario {adj}  :: Measured in ounces
oncogenesi {f}  :: oncogenesis
oncogenico {adj}  :: oncogenic
oncogeno {adj}  :: oncogenic
oncolitico {adj} [oncology]  :: oncolytic
oncologa {f}  :: oncologist (female)
oncologia {f} [medicine]  :: oncology
oncologico {adj}  :: oncologic, oncological
oncologo {m}  :: oncologist
oncosoppressore {m}  :: oncosuppressor
oncotico {adj}  :: oncotic
onda {f}  :: wave
onda di marea {f}  :: tidal wave (large and sudden rise and fall in the tide)
onda d'urto {f}  :: blast
onda d'urto {f} [physics]  :: shock wave
onda sonora {f} [physics]  :: sound wave
ondata {f}  :: A wave
ondata {f}  :: (figuratively) A wave, a surge, a snap, a tide
ondata di caldo {f}  :: heatwave, hot spell
ondazione {f}  :: wave formation (on the surface of water)
onde {adv}  :: from where (Dante)
onde {conj}  :: to, in order to, so that
ondeggiamento {m}  :: flickering
ondeggiamento {m}  :: fluttering
ondeggiamento {m}  :: rocking, rolling
ondeggiamento {m}  :: swaying
ondeggiamento {m}  :: waving, rippling
ondeggiante {adj}  :: oscillating, undulating
ondeggiare {vi}  :: to flutter
ondeggiare {vi}  :: to ripple
ondeggiare {vi}  :: to rock, swing, sway
ondeggiare {vi}  :: to waver, hesitate
ondina {f}  :: female swimming champion
ondina {f} [mathematics, physics]  :: wavelet
ondina {f}  :: undine, mermaid
Ondina {prop}  :: Undine
ondisono {adj}  :: That resounds with the roar of the waves
ondivago {adj}  :: changeable, uncertain, unsteady
ondosità {f}  :: waviness
ondoso {adj}  :: rough (sea)
ondoso {adj}  :: wave (attributive)
ondoso {adj}  :: wavy
ondulare {vit}  :: to oscillate
ondulare {vit}  :: to undulate
ondulare {vit}  :: to wave (especially the hair)
ondulato {adj}  :: corrugated
ondulato {adj}  :: undulating
ondulato {adj}  :: wavy
ondulatorio {adj}  :: undulating
ondulatorio {adj}  :: wave (attributive, physics)
ondulazione {f}  :: undulation
ondulazione {f}  :: wave (especially of the hair)
-one {suffix}  :: An augmentative suffix, used to indicate largeness or importance
-one {suffix} [organic chemistry]  :: ketone
-one {suffix} [physics]  :: -on (particle)
oneirologia {f}  :: Variant of onirologia
oneiromanzia {f}  :: alternative form of oniromanzia
onerato {adj}  :: burdened or loaded (with)
onere {m}  :: burden
onere {m}  :: responsibility
oneri fiscali {n}  :: taxes
onerosamente {adv}  :: for value; against payment
onerosamente {adv}  :: onerously
onerosità {f}  :: onerousness
oneroso {adj}  :: hard, difficult
oneroso {adj}  :: heavy
oneroso {adj}  :: onerous
onestà {f}  :: fairness
onestà {f}  :: honesty
onestà {f}  :: virtue, chastity
onestamente {adv}  :: fairly, virtuously
onestamente {adv}  :: frankly
onestamente {adv}  :: honestly
onestissimo {adj}  :: Very honest, very fair
onesto {adj}  :: fair, just, decent, reasonable
onesto {adj}  :: frank, straightforward
onesto {adj}  :: honest, chaste, virtuous
onesto {adj}  :: honest, honourable, honorable, upright
onesto {m}  :: honest person
onesto {m}  :: what is honest, honourableness
onfalo {m}  :: navel, umbilicus
-oni {suffix}  :: Masculine plural form of -one
onice {f}  :: onyx
onicofagia {f}  :: onychophagy, onychophagia
onicofago {adj}  :: onychophagous
onicofago {m}  :: onychophagist
onicopatia {f} [pathology]  :: disease of the fingernails or toenails; onychopathy
oniomania {f}  :: oniomania
onirico {adj}  :: dreamlike
onirico {adj}  :: oneiric
onirismo {m}  :: oneirism
onirologia {f}  :: oneirology
oniromanzia {f}  :: oneiromancy
online {adj}  :: online
onlus {f}  :: not-for-profit organization
onni- {prefix}  :: omni-
onnicomprensività {f}  :: inclusivity, inclusiveness
onnicomprensivo {adj}  :: all-inclusive, all-embracing
onninamente {adv}  :: entirely, completely
onnipotente {adj}  :: all-powerful, almighty
onnipotente {adj}  :: omnipotent
Onnipotente {m}  :: The Almighty
onnipotenza {f}  :: omnipotence, almightiness
onnipresente {adj}  :: omnipresent, ubiquitous, ever-present
onnipresenza {f}  :: omnipresence
onnipresenza {f}  :: ubiquity
onnisciente {adj}  :: omniscient
onniscienza {f}  :: omniscience
onniveggente {adj}  :: all-seeing
onniveggente {adj}  :: Describes an attentive person who doesn't miss anything
onniveggenza {f}  :: all-seeingness
onnivora {f}  :: omnivore (female)
onnivoro {adj}  :: omnivorous
onnivoro {m}  :: omnivore
-ono {suffix}  :: Used with a stem to form the third-person plural present of regular -ere verbs and those -ire verbs that don't take "isc"
Onofrio {prop}  :: male given name
onomasiologia {f}  :: onomasiology
onomasiologico {adj}  :: onomasiological
onomastico {adj}  :: name day (attributive)
onomastico {m}  :: name day
onomatomania {f}  :: onomatomania
onomatopea {f}  :: onomatopoeia
onomatopeicamente {adv}  :: In an onomatopoeic manner; onomatopoeically
onomatopeico {adj}  :: onomatopoeic
onomaturgo {m}  :: A person who studies, or has an interest in, neologisms
ononide {f}  :: spiny restharrow (Ononis spinosa)
onor {m}  :: apocopic form of onore
onorabile {adj}  :: honorable
onorabile {adj}  :: respectable, decent, proper
onorabilità {f}  :: honor
onorabilmente {adv}  :: honorably
onoranza {f} [chiefly, in the plural]  :: honour(s)
onoranza {f}  :: regalia
onoranze funebri {n}  :: funeral service, funeral home, funeral parlor (business that provides funeral services)
onorare {v}  :: to be a credit to someone
onorare {v}  :: to honour someone
onorario {adj}  :: honorary, honorific
onorario {adj}  :: titular, nominal
onorario {m}  :: fee, honorarium
onorarsi {vr}  :: To be honoured
onoratamente {adv}  :: honourably
onorato {adj}  :: honoured
Onorato {prop}  :: male given name
onore {m}  :: credit (merit)
onore {m}  :: honour (all senses)
onore {m}  :: reputation
onoreficenza {f}  :: alternative form of onorificenza
onorevole {adj}  :: honourable
onorevolemente {adv}  :: honourably
onorevolmente {adv}  :: honourably
onorificenza {f}  :: honour
onorifico {adj}  :: honorary
Onorio {prop}  :: male given name derived from Latin Honorius
onta {f}  :: insult, affront
onta {f}  :: shame, disgrace
ontaneta {f}  :: Variant of ontaneto
ontaneto {m}  :: alder plantation
ontaneto {m}  :: alder wood (forest)
ontano {m}  :: alder (tree of the genus Alnus)
ontano {m}  :: common alder, black alder (tree, Alnus glutinosa)
ontano {m}  :: the wood of such trees
ontano comune {m}  :: common alder (tree, Alnus glutinosa)
ontano nero {m}  :: black alder (tree, Alnus glutinosa)
ontico {adj} [philosophy]  :: ontic
ontogenesi {f} [biology]  :: ontogeny
ontogeneticamente {adv}  :: ontogenetically
ontogenetico {adj} [biology]  :: ontogenetic, ontogenic
ontologia {f} [Internet]  :: ontology
ontologia {f} [philosophy]  :: ontology
ontologicamente {adv}  :: ontologically
ontologico {adj}  :: ontological
ontologismo {m} [philosophy]  :: ontologism
ontologista {f} [philosophy]  :: ontologist
ontoteologia {f}  :: ontotheology
ONU {initialism} [politics, government]  :: initialism of Organizzazione delle Nazioni Unite (UNO (United Nations Organization))
onusto {adj}  :: loaded, heavy
onusto {adj}  :: pressured
oo- {prefix}  :: oo-
oocita {m}  :: (Variant of ovocita) oocyte
oocito {m}  :: (Variant of ovocito) oocyte
ooforectomia {f} [surgery]  :: oophorectomy, ovariectomy
oogamia {f}  :: oogamy
oogenesi {f}  :: oogenesis
oogonio {m} [biology]  :: oogonium
oolite {m} [mineralogy]  :: oolite; oolith
oolitico {adj}  :: oolithic
oologia {f}  :: oology
oosfera {f} [botany]  :: oosphere
ooteca {f} [biology]  :: ootheca
opacamente {adv}  :: opaquely
opacamento {m}  :: clouding (of the eye etc)
opacità {f}  :: dullness
opacità {f}  :: opacity, opaqueness
opacizzante {adj}  :: darkening
opacizzare {v}  :: to cloud, darken, make opaque
opacizzazione {f}  :: opacification
opaco {adj}  :: dull
opaco {adj}  :: matt
opaco {adj}  :: opaque
opale {m}  :: opal
opalescente {adj}  :: opalescent
opalescenza {f}  :: opalescence
opalina {f}  :: opalescent paper or cloth
opalina {f}  :: opaline
opalino {adj}  :: opal (attributive)
opalino {adj}  :: opaline
openione {f}  :: alternative form of opinione
opera {f}  :: institution, institute, society
opera {f}  :: means, help, services
opera {f} [music]  :: opera
opera {f} [music]  :: opus
opera {f}  :: work
operabile {adj}  :: operable (able to be treated by surgery)
operabilità {f}  :: operability
operaia {f}  :: worker, factory worker, workwoman, working woman
operaio {adj}  :: (relating to workers) working, workmen's, worker's, labour (attribute)
operaio {adj}  :: working, worker
operaio {m}  :: worker, factory worker, workman, working man
operaismo {m}  :: unionism (support for organized labour)
operaistico {adj}  :: unionist (supporting organized labour)
operando {m}  :: operand
operante {adj}  :: operant, active, effective
operante {adj}  :: operating, working
operare {vi}  :: to operate, work, act
operare {vt} [surgery]  :: to operate on
operare {vt}  :: to work, do, perform, carry out
operarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of operare
operarsi {vr}  :: to be operated on, have an operation
operarsi {vr}  :: to occur, take place
operativamente {adv}  :: operatively
operatività {f}  :: operativeness, operativity
operativo {adj}  :: operating, operational, practical
operativo {adj}  :: operative, effective
operatore {m}  :: cameraman
operatore {m}  :: (Feminine operatrice) An operator (one who operates; a telecommunications facilitator)
operatore {m} [mathematics, biology, physics, computing]  :: An operator
operatore ecologico {m}  :: refuse collector, garbage collector
operatorio {adj}  :: operating
operatrice {f}  :: (Feminine of operatore) A female operator (one who operates or a telecommunications facilitator)
operazionale {adj}  :: operational
operazione {f}  :: operation (in all senses)
operazione {f}  :: process
operazione {f}  :: surgery
opercolato {adj}  :: operculated
opercolo {m}  :: operculum
operetta {f}  :: operetta
operettista {f}  :: composer of operettas
operettistico {adj}  :: light, frivolous
operettistico {adj}  :: operetta (attributive)
operista {f}  :: composer of operas
operistico {adj}  :: opera (attributive)
operone {m} [biology]  :: operon
operosamente {adv}  :: industriously
operosità {f}  :: industry, hard work
operoso {adj}  :: industrious, hard-working
opificio {m}  :: factory, works, plant
opimo {adj}  :: fat, chubby
opimo {adj}  :: fertile, lush
opinabile {adj}  :: debatable, questionable
opinabilità {f}  :: disputableness
opinabilmente {adv}  :: disputably, questionably
opinare {v} [rare]  ::  ; to opine, to think, to deem
opinione {f}  :: opinion, mind, view, attitude
opinione pubblica {f}  :: public opinion
opinionista {f}  :: columnist (female)
opinionista {m}  :: columnist (male or of unspecified sex)
opistoconto {m}  :: opisthokont
opistodomo {m}  :: opisthodomos
opistosoma {f}  :: opisthosoma
opistotono {m} [pathology]  :: opisthotonus
opitergino {adj}  :: Of or from Oderzo (Roman "Opitergium")
Opizzo {prop}  :: alternative form of Obizzo
oplà {interj}  :: hup (to a horse etc)
oplà {interj}  :: upsadaisy (to a child)
oplita {m}  :: hoplite
oplite {m}  :: hoplite
oplitico {adj}  :: hoplite (attributive)
opoponaco {m}  :: opopanax, opoponax
opoterapia {f} [medicine]  :: organotherapy, opotherapy
oppiaceo {adj} [pharmaceutical drug]  :: opiate
oppiaceo {m} [pharmaceutical drug]  :: opiate
oppiare {vt}  :: To opiate (all senses)
oppiato {adj}  :: opiated, opiate
oppiato {m} [pharmacology]  :: opiate
oppio {m}  :: opium
oppio {m}  :: Variant of loppio
oppiofagia {f}  :: toxicomania for opium products
oppioide {adj}  :: opioid
oppiomane {mf}  :: opium addict
oppiomania {f}  :: Addiction to opium
opponente {adj}  :: opposing
opponente {mf}  :: opponent
opponibile {adj}  :: exceptionable
opponibile {adj}  :: opposable
opponibilità {f}  :: opposability
opporre {vt}  :: to counter, refute
opporre {vt}  :: to oppose
opporre {vt}  :: to put forward, raise [points of view, arguments]
opporsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of opporre
opporsi {v}  :: to object
opporsi {v}  :: to oppose
opportunamente {adv}  :: appropriately
opportunamente {adv}  :: opportunely
opportunismo {m}  :: opportunism
opportunista {f}  :: opportunist
opportunisticamente {adv}  :: opportunistically
opportunistico {adj}  :: opportunist, opportunistic
opportunità {f}  :: expediency, advisability, opportunity, timeliness
opportunità {f}  :: opportunity, chance, occasion
opportuno {adj}  :: opportune, timely, suitable, fit, appropriate, right
oppositivo {adj}  :: oppositive
oppositore {adj}  :: opposing
oppositore {mf}  :: opponent
opposizione {f}  :: opposition (all meanings)
opposto {adj}  :: conflicting
opposto {adj}  :: opposite, facing
opposto {m}  :: opposite
opposto {m}  :: reverse
oppressi {n}  :: The oppressed
oppressione {f}  :: oppression
oppressivamente {adv}  :: oppressively
oppressivo {adj}  :: oppressive
oppresso {adj}  :: oppressed
oppressore {adj}  :: oppressive
oppressore {mf}  :: oppressor
opprimente {adj}  :: depressing
opprimente {adj}  :: oppressive
opprimente {adj}  :: tiresome
opprimere {vt}  :: to oppress
opprimere {vt}  :: to suffocate
oppugnabile {adj}  :: contestable, confutable
oppugnabilità {f}  :: contestability
oppugnare {vt}  :: to refute
oppugnatore {m}  :: opponent, antagonist
oppugnazione {f}  :: refutation, confutation
oppure {conj}  :: or
oppure {conj}  :: otherwise, or else
oprare {vit}  :: alternative form of operare
opsina {f} [protein]  :: opsin
opsonina {f} [biochemistry]  :: opsonin
opsonizzante {adj}  :: opsonizing
opsonizzare {vt}  :: to opsonize
opsonizzazione {f}  :: opsonization
optare {v}  :: to decide (upon)
optare {v}  :: to opt (for)
optare {v}  :: to take out an option on a stock
optional {m}  :: handicap (horse racing)
optional {m}  :: optional accessory
opto- {prefix}  :: opto-
optoelettronica {f}  :: optoelectronics
optoelettronico {adj}  :: optoelectronic
optometria {f}  :: optometry
optometrista {f}  :: optometrist
optometro {m}  :: optometer
opulentamente {adv}  :: opulently
opulentamente {adv}  :: richly, wealthily, affluently
opulentemente {adv}  :: alternative form of opulentamente
opulento {adj}  :: opulent
opulento {adj}  :: rich, wealthy, affluent
opulenza {f}  :: opulence
opulenza {f}  :: richness, wealth, affluence
opunzia {f}  :: prickly pear (of genus Opuntia)
opuscolo {m}  :: booklet, pamphlet
opuscolo {m}  :: brochure, leaflet
opzionabile {adj}  :: optionable
opzionale {adj}  :: optional
opzionalmente {adv}  :: optionally
opzionare {vt}  :: To option, to have an option on
opzione {f}  :: option
or {adv}  :: apocopic form of ora
ora {adv}  :: now
ora {conj}  :: and yet
ora {f}  :: blow, breeze
ora {f}  :: hour [period of 60 minutes]
ora {f}  :: time [of day], hour
ora canonica {n}  :: right time / moment
oracolare {adj}  :: oracular
oracolo {m}  :: oracle
ora di punta {n}  :: rush hour
ora estiva {f}  :: summer time, daylight saving time
orafo {adj}  :: goldsmith (attributive)
orafo {m}  :: goldsmith
orale {adj}  :: (relating to the mouth) oral, buccal, mouth (attributive)
orale {adj}  :: (spoken) oral
orale {m}  :: oral exam, oral test, oral
ora legale {f}  :: daylight saving time, summer time
oralità {f}  :: orality
oralmente {adv}  :: orally
oramai {adv}  :: Variant of ormai
Orangismo {n}  :: Orangeism (the policy of the Orange Order)
Orangista {m}  :: Orangeman
orango {m}  :: orangutan
orangutan {n}  :: orangutan
orario {adj}  :: hourly, per hour
orario {adj}  :: time (attribute)
orario {m}  :: time, hours
orario {m}  :: timetable, schedule
ora solare {f}  :: solar time
orata {f}  :: sea bream
oratore {m}  :: speaker, orator
oratoriale {adj}  :: oratorial
oratoriano {adj}  :: oratory (attributive)
oratoriano {m}  :: oratorian (member of a Roman Catholic oratory)
oratorio {adj}  :: oratorical
oratorio {m}  :: oratorio
oratorio {m}  :: oratory
oratrice {f}  :: (female) speaker, orator
Orazi {prop}  :: Horatii
oraziano {adj}  :: Horace (writer, attributive)
Orazio {prop}  :: Horace, the Roman poet
Orazio {prop}  :: male given name
orazion {f}  :: apocopic form of orazione
orazione {f}  :: oration, speech
orazione {f}  :: prayer
orbace {m}  :: A rough woollen cloth now associated with the Fascist uniform
orbene {conj}  :: so
orbene {conj}  :: well (then)
orbettino {m}  :: slowworm or blindworm
orbezza {f}  :: bereavement
orbicolare {adj}  :: orbicular
orbicolare {m} [muscle]  :: orbicularis
orbicolare della bocca {m} [muscle]  :: orbicularis oris
orbicolare dell'occhio {m} [muscle]  :: orbicularis oculi
orbiculare {adj}  :: Variant of orbicolare
orbiculare {m}  :: Variant of orbicolare
orbifrontale {adj} [anatomy]  :: orbifrontal
Orbino {prop}  :: medieval spelling of Urbino
orbita {f} [astronomy, mathematics]  :: orbit
orbita {f} [skeleton]  :: eye socket, orbit
orbitale {adj} [skeleton, astronomy, physics]  :: orbital
orbitale {m} [physics]  :: orbital
orbitale di antilegame {m} [chemistry, physics]  :: antibonding orbital
orbitalico {adj} [chemistry]  :: orbital (attributive)
orbitante {adj}  :: orbiting
orbitare {v}  :: to orbit
orbitario {adj} [skeleton]  :: orbital
orbo {adj}  :: bereft
orbo {adj}  :: blind
orbo {adj}  :: one-eyed
orca {f}  :: killer whale; orca
Orcade {prop}  :: Orkney
Orcadi {prop}  :: Orkneys (properly Le Isole Orcadi)
orch. {abbr} [music]  :: orchestra
orchessa {f}  :: ogress
orchestra {f}  :: band
orchestra {f}  :: orchestra
orchestra {f}  :: orchestra pit
orchestrale {adj}  :: orchestral
orchestrale {mf}  :: member of an orchestra
orchestrare {vt}  :: to orchestrate [all senses]
orchestrare {vt}  :: to organize
orchestrato {adj}  :: orchestrated
orchestratore {adj}  :: orchestrating
orchestratore {m}  :: orchestrator
orchestrazione {f}  :: orchestration (all senses)
orchestrazione {f}  :: organization (process)
orchestrina {f}  :: An orchestra with few instrumentalists, especially one that plays popular music in variety shows etc
orchidea {f}  :: orchid (plant)
orchidopessi {m}  :: orchidopexy
orchiectomia {f} [surgery]  :: orchiectomy
orchite {f} [pathology]  :: orchitis
orciaio {m}  :: pottery jar maker or seller
orcio {m}  :: jarful
orcio {m}  :: jug, pitcher, jar
orco {m}  :: ogre
orco {m}  :: orc
Orco {prop}  :: Orcus
orda {f}  :: horde
ordalia {f}  :: ordeal (medieval trial)
ordigno {m}  :: A device
ordigno {m}  :: An explosive device, a bomb
ordinabile {adj}  :: That can be ordered
ordinabilità {f}  :: Property of what can be ordered
ordinale {adj}  :: ordinal
ordinale {adj}  :: successive
ordinale {m}  :: ordinal adjective
ordinale {m}  :: ordinal number
ordinale {m}  :: ordinal (religious book)
ordinalmente {adv}  :: successively
ordinamentale {adj}  :: ordered
ordinamento {m}  :: order, arrangement
ordinamento {m}  :: rule, regulation (especially in plural)
ordinanza {f}  :: batman (officer's servant)
ordinanza {f}  :: decree
ordinanza {f}  :: order (legal or military)
ordinanza {f}  :: ordinance
ordinanza {f}  :: regulation
ordinanza {f}  :: writ
ordinar {v}  :: apocopic form of ordinare
ordinare {vt}  :: to arrange
ordinare {vt}  :: to ordain
ordinare {vt}  :: to order
ordinare {vt}  :: to prescribe
ordinariamente {adv}  :: in order
ordinariato {m}  :: ordinariate
ordinariato {m}  :: professorship (or similar teaching post)
ordinarietà {f}  :: mediocrity
ordinarietà {f}  :: normality
ordinarietà {f}  :: ordinariness
ordinarietà {f}  :: regularity
ordinario {adj}  :: average
ordinario {adj}  :: ordinary, usual, normal, customary
ordinario {adj}  :: permanent (member of staff)
ordinario {adj}  :: vulgar, common
ordinario {m}  :: Ordinary
ordinario {m}  :: ordinary, usual
ordinario {m}  :: permanent teacher
ordinario {m}  :: professor (at a university)
ordinata {f}  :: ordinate (mathematics), y-axis
ordinatamente {adv}  :: methodically
ordinatamente {adv}  :: tidily, orderly
ordinatario {m}  :: beneficiary
ordinatario {m}  :: payee
ordinativo {adj}  :: regulating, regulatory
ordinativo {m}  :: order (of products)
ordinato {adj}  :: ordered
ordinato {adj}  :: orderly, methodical
ordinatore {adj}  :: regulative, regulating, organizing, ordering
ordinatore {m}  :: cataloguer
ordinatore {m}  :: orderer
ordinatore {m}  :: organizer, regulator
ordinatore {m} [Switzerland, computing]  :: computer
ordinazione {f}  :: order (for material etc)
ordinazione {f}  :: ordination
ordine {m}  :: order
ordinistico {adj}  :: regulated by membership in a professional organization
ordire {vt} [textiles]  :: to warp
ordire {vt}  :: to plot, hatch, scheme
ordito {m}  :: plot
ordito {m}  :: warp (of a textile)
orditoio {m}  :: warping machine / mill
orditore {m}  :: plotter, schemer
orditore {m}  :: warper (textile worker)
orditura {f}  :: plot
orditura {f}  :: roof framework
orditura {f}  :: warp, warping
ordo {adj}  :: ugly, horrible, deformed
ordoviciano {adj}  :: Ordovician
ordoviciano {n}  :: Ordovician (period)
oreade {f}  :: (especially in plural) oread
orecchia {f}  :: alternative spelling of orecchio
orecchia {f}  :: any prominent form similar to an ear
orecchia {f}  :: either of the "S" shaped holes in a violin etc
orecchiabile {adj}  :: catchy (of music)
orecchiabilità {f}  :: catchiness (of music)
orecchiabilmente {adv}  :: catchily (of music)
orecchiare {vt}  :: To eavesdrop, listen in.
orecchiare {vt}  :: To pick up.
orecchietta {f}  :: an auricle of the heart
orecchietta {f} [chiefly, in the plural]  :: a type of pasta from Puglia in the shape of little ears
orecchietta {f}  :: diminutive of orecchia
orecchino {m}  :: earring
orecchio {m} [anatomy]  :: ear
orecchio {m}  :: An ear for music (particular sensibility)
orecchio {m}  :: An ear-shaped thing
orecchio {m}  :: hearing
orecchione {m}  :: a large ear
orecchione {m} [in the plural]  :: mumps
orecchione {m}  :: long-eared bat (of genus Plecotus)
orecchiuto {adj}  :: Having large or long ears (used of animals)
orecchiuto {adj}  :: ignorant (donkey-like)
orefice {m}  :: goldsmith
orefice {m}  :: jeweller
oreficeria {f}  :: jeweller's (shop)
oreficeria {f}  :: jewellery
oreficeria {f}  :: the craft of a jeweller or goldsmith
Oreste {prop}  :: Orestes
oretta {f}  :: About an hour; an hour or so
orezzo {m}  :: A pleasant, cool breeze (on a summer evening)
orfana {f}  :: orphan (female)
orfanella {f}  :: little orphan (female)
orfanello {m}  :: little orphan
orfanezza {f}  :: the state of being an orphan
orfanità {f}  :: orphanhood
orfano {adj}  :: orphan
orfano {m}  :: (male) orphan
orfanotrofio {m}  :: orphanage
Orfeo {prop} [Greek mythology]  :: Orpheus
Orfeo {prop}  :: male given name
orfico {adj}  :: mysterious
orfico {adj}  :: Orphic, Orphean
orfismo {m}  :: Orphism
organario {adj} [music]  :: organ (attributive)
organaro {m} [music]  :: A person who builds or repairs organs
organello {m} [biology]  :: organelle
organetto {m}  :: barrel organ, hurdy-gurdy
organetto {m}  :: melodeon
organetto {m}  :: redpoll
organetto artico {m}  :: arctic redpoll
organicamente {adv}  :: organically
organicazione {f} [biochemistry]  :: assimilation
organicismo {m} [philosophy]  :: organicism
organicistico {adj}  :: organicistic
organicità {f}  :: organic unity
organico {adj}  :: organic (in all senses)
organico {m}  :: line-up, formation
organico {m}  :: staff, personnel, cadre
organigramma {m} [computing]  :: flowchart
organigramma {m}  :: organizational chart
organino {m} [musici]  :: barrel organ
organi sessuali {n} [plurale tantum]  :: sex organs, genitals, genitalia, privates
organismo {m} [figuratively]  :: organization, body, authority, structure, agency
organismo {m}  :: (human body) body, system
organismo {m}  :: organism
organismo geneticamente modificato {m}  :: A genetically modified organism
organista {mf}  :: organist
organistico {adj} [music]  :: organ or organist (attributive)
organizzare {vt}  :: to organize, arrange, set up
organizzarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of organizzare
organizzarsi {v}  :: to organize, get organized
organizzativamente {adv}  :: organizationally
organizzativo {adj}  :: organizational
organizzato {adj}  :: organized
organizzato {adj} [tourism]  :: package
organizzatore {adj}  :: organizing
organizzatore {m}  :: organizer
organizzazione {f}  :: (entity) organization
organizzazione {f}  :: organization, arrangement, planning
organo {m}  :: organ (in all senses)
organofosfatico {adj} [chemistry]  :: organophosphate (attributive)
organogenesi {f} [biology]  :: organogenesis
organogeno {adj}  :: organogenic
organografia {f}  :: organography
organografico {adj}  :: organographic
organogramma {m}  :: alternative form of organigramma
organolettico {adj}  :: organoleptic
organolitio {m} [organic chemistry]  :: organolithium
organologia {f}  :: organology
organologico {adj}  :: organologic, organological
organometallico {adj} [chemistry]  :: organometallic
organometallo {m} [chemistry]  :: organometallic compound
organoscopia {f}  :: organoscopy
organoterapia {f}  :: organotherapy
organulo {m} [biology]  :: organelle
organzino {m}  :: organzine
orgasmico {adj}  :: orgasmic
orgasmo {m}  :: excitement
orgasmo {m}  :: orgasm, climax
orgia {f} [sex]  :: orgy
orgiasticamente {adv}  :: orgiastically
orgiastico {adj}  :: orgiastic
orgoglio {m}  :: pride
orgogliosamente {adv}  :: proudly
orgogliosissimo {adj}  :: Very proud
orgogliosità {f}  :: haughtiness
orgoglioso {adj}  :: haughty
orgoglioso {adj}  :: proud
oriana {f}  :: annatto (dye)
Oriana {prop}  :: female given name
oricello {m}  :: orchil (all senses)
orientabile {adj}  :: adjustable
orientabile {adj}  :: steerable
orientabilità {f}  :: adjustability
orientale {adj}  :: oriental, eastern, east (attribute)
orientale {adj}  :: Oriental, Eastern, Asian
orientale {mf}  :: Oriental, Asian, Asiatic
orientaleggiante {adj}  :: oriental in character
orientalismo {m}  :: orientalism
orientalistica {f}  :: The study of oriental culture and civilization
orientalistico {adj}  :: orientalist (attributive); orientalistic
orientalizzante {adj}  :: orientalising
orientalizzare {vt}  :: To orientalize
orientamento {m}  :: direction
orientamento {m}  :: orientation
orientamento {m}  :: orienteering
orientamento {m}  :: positioning
orientamento {m}  :: tendency, leaning
orientamento {m}  :: trend
orientamento sessuale {m}  :: sexual orientation
orientare {vt}  :: to direct
orientare {vt}  :: to orientate
orientare {vt}  :: to position
orientarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of orientare
orientarsi {v}  :: to find one's bearings
orientarsi {v}  :: to orient oneself
orientativamente {adv}  :: indicatively, roughly
orientativo {adj}  :: indicative
orientativo {adj}  :: preliminary
orientazione {f}  :: orientation
oriente {m}  :: characteristic of a pearl: orient
oriente {m}  :: freemasonry: lodge
oriente {m}  :: geography: east, orient
orientista {mf} [sports]  :: orienteer
orifiamma {f}  :: oriflamme
orificio {m}  :: mouth (of a tube etc)
orificio {m}  :: opening
orificio {m}  :: orifice
orifizio {m} [anatomy]  :: orifice
orifizio {m}  :: mouth, opening, orifice
origano {m}  :: oregano
Origene {prop}  :: Origen
origeniano {adj}  :: Origenist
origenista {f}  :: Origenist
originale {adj} [figuratively]  :: eccentric, odd, bizarre
originale {adj} [figuratively]  :: original, new, fresh, novel, unusual, individual, creative
originale {adj}  :: genuine, pure
originale {adj}  :: original
originale {m}  :: character, odd person
originale {m}  :: original
originalissimo {adj}  :: Very original
originalità {f}  :: eccentricity, oddness
originalità {f}  :: originality
originare {vt}  :: to originate, give origin to, cause
originariamente {adv}  :: originally
originario {adj}  :: native or indigenous (to)
originario {adj}  :: original
originarsi {vr}  :: to originate
originazione {f}  :: origination
origine {f}  :: origin, derivation
origliamento {m}  :: eavesdropping
origliamento {m}  :: overhearing
origliare {v}  :: to eavesdrop, overhear, listen in
orina {f}  :: urine
orinale {m}  :: chamber pot
orinare {vi}  :: to urinate
orinario {adj}  :: Variant of urinario
orinatoio {m}  :: urinal
orinoso {adj}  :: urinous (Variant of: urinoso)
oriolo {m}  :: oriole
Orione {prop}  :: Orion
Oristano {prop}  :: Oristano (province)
Oristano {prop}  :: Oristano (town)
oritteropo {m}  :: aardvark
oriundo {adj}  :: native (of a place, especially native of Italy but living abroad)
oriundo {m}  :: a foreign sportsman, of Italian ancestry, playing in an Italian team
oriundo {m}  :: native (of a place, especially a native of Italy but living abroad)
orizanolo {m}  :: oryzanol
orizzontale {adj}  :: horizontal
orizzontale {m}  :: (in crosswords) across
orizzontalità {f}  :: horizontalness, horizontality
orizzontalmente {adv}  :: horizontally
orizzontare {vt}  :: To orientate
orizzontarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of orizzontare
orizzontarsi {vr}  :: to get one's bearings
orizzontarsi {vr}  :: to orientate oneself
orizzonte {m}  :: horizon
orizzonte degli eventi {m} [astrophysics]  :: event horizon
orlare {vt}  :: to hem, border, edge, trim
orlatore {m}  :: edger, hemmer (person or machine)
orlatura {f}  :: hemming, hem
orlatura {f}  :: neckline (of a dress)
orlo {m}  :: border, edge, margin, brink, verge
orlo {m} [of clothes]  :: hem, hemline, welt
orlo a giorno {m}  :: hemstitch
orlon {m}  :: Orlon (acrylic fibre)
orma {f}  :: footprint
orma {f}  :: trace, mark
orma {f}  :: track, spoor
ormai {adv}  :: already, yet
ormai {adv}  :: by now, by this time, now, at this point, by then
ormai {adv}  :: nearly, almost
ormare {v}  :: to follow someone's tracks; to pursue
Ormea {prop}  :: A small town in the Cuneo province of Piemonte
ormeasco {adj}  :: Of or from Ormea
ormeggiare {v}  :: Intensive of ormare- to pursue
ormeggiare {vt}  :: to moor [a vessel]
ormeggiarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of ormeggiare
ormeggiarsi {v}  :: to moor
ormeggiatore {m} [nautical]  :: moorer (person who moors a vessel)
ormeggiatrice {f} [nautical]  :: moorer (female)
ormeggio {m} [in the plural]  :: moorings
ormeggio {m}  :: mooring, berth
ormonale {adj}  :: hormone (attributive), hormonal
ormone {m}  :: hormone
ormone della crescita {m} [hormone]  :: growth hormone
ormone follicolo stimolante {m}  :: alternative spelling of ormone follicolo-stimolante
ormone follicolo-stimolante {m} [hormone]  :: follicle stimulating hormone
ormone luteinizzante {m} [hormone]  :: luteinizing hormone
ormonico {adj}  :: hormone (attributive), hormonal
ormono {adj}  :: hormone (attributive)
ormonogenesi {f} [biochemistry]  :: hormonogenesis
ormonoterapia {f}  :: hormone therapy
ornamentale {adj}  :: ornamental, decorative
ornamentazione {f}  :: ornamentation, decoration
ornamento {m}  :: decoration, adornment
ornamento {m}  :: ornament
ornare {v}  :: to decorate or adorn (with)
ornare {v}  :: to embellish (with)
ornarsi {vr}  :: ‎ To decorate or adorn oneself (with)
ornato {adj}  :: decorated or adorned (with)
ornato {m}  :: embellishment
orneblenda {f} [mineralogy]  :: hornblende
ornello {m}  :: Variant of orniello
Ornica {prop}  :: A village in the Bergamo province of Lombardia
ornichese {adj}  :: Of or from Ornica
orniello {m}  :: manna ash (Fraxinus ornus)
ornitina {f} [amino acid]  :: ornithine
ornito- {prefix}  :: ornitho-
ornitologa {f}  :: ornithologist (female)
ornitologia {f} [zoology]  :: ornithology
ornitologico {adj} [zoology]  :: ornithological
ornitologo {m}  :: ornithologist
ornitomanzia {f}  :: ornithomancy
ornitonimo {m}  :: ornithonym
ornitorinco {m}  :: platypus, duck-billed platypus
ornitosi {f} [medicine]  :: ornithosis
ornitottero {m}  :: ornithopter
orno {m}  :: manna ash (tree, Fraxinus ornus)
oro {adj}  :: gold (in colour)
oro {m} [figuratively]  :: gold, money, wealth
oro {m}  :: gold
oro {m}  :: gold (colour)
oro {m} [in the plural]  :: gold jewels
oro {m} [sports]  :: gold, gold medal
oro- {prefix}  :: Forms relating to the hour of one's birth
oro- {prefix}  :: Forms terms related to the mouth; oral
oro- {prefix}  :: Forms terms relating to mountains
oro bianco {m}  :: white gold
orofacciale {adj} [anatomy]  :: orofacial
orofaringe {mf}  :: oropharynx
orofaringeo {adj} [anatomy]  :: oropharyngeal
orogenesi {f} [geology]  :: orogenesis
orogenetico {adj}  :: orogenic
orogenia {f} [geology]  :: orogeny
orografia {f}  :: orography
orografico {adj}  :: orographic
oroidrografia {f}  :: orohydrography
oroidrografico {adj}  :: orohydrographic
orologeria {f}  :: clockwork
orologeria {f}  :: watchmaker's (shop or workshop)
orologeria {f}  :: watchmaking
orologiaia {f}  :: watchmaker (female)
orologiaia {f}  :: watch repairer (female)
orologiaia {f}  :: watch seller (female)
orologiaio {m}  :: watchmaker
orologiaio {m}  :: watch repairer
orologiaio {m}  :: watch seller
orologiero {adj}  :: watchmaking (attributive)
orologio {m}  :: clock, watch (timekeeping instruments)
orologio a cipolla {m}  :: pocket watch
orologio a cucù {m}  :: cuckoo clock
orologio da tasca {m}  :: pocket watch
orologio da taschino {m}  :: pocket watch
oro massiccio {m}  :: solid gold
oronasale {adj}  :: oronasal
oro nero {m}  :: black gold
oronimo {m}  :: oronym (toponym of a mountain)
or ora {adv}  :: just now, just
oroscopia {f}  :: horoscopy
oroscopico {adj}  :: horoscope (attributive)
oroscopo {m}  :: horoscope
orotico {adj}  :: orotic
orotidina {f} [biochemistry]  :: orotidine
orpellare {vt}  :: to cover with pinchbeck
orpellare {vt}  :: to disguise, cover up
orpellatura {f}  :: covering with pinchbeck
orpello {m}  :: pinchbeck
orpello {m}  :: tinsel
orpimento {m} [mineralogy]  :: orpiment
orrendamente {adv}  :: horribly, horrendously
orrendo {adj}  :: horrible, horrendous, awful, dreadful, ghastly
orribile {adj}  :: awful, dreadful
orribile {adj}  :: horrible
orribile {adj}  :: revolting
orribilità {f}  :: awfulness, dreadfulness
orribilità {f}  :: horribleness
orribilmente {adv}  :: horribly, awfully, dreadfully, revoltingly
orridamente {adv}  :: horridly, dreadfully
orridezza {f}  :: horridness
orridità {f}  :: horridness
orrido {adj}  :: horrid, dreadful
orripilante {adj}  :: horrifying, hair-raising
orripilantemente {adv}  :: horrifyingly, hair-raisingly
orripilato {adj}  :: terrified
orripilazione {f}  :: horripilation
orror {m}  :: apocopic form of orrore
orrore {m}  :: disgust, loathing
orrore {m}  :: horror
orroroso {adj}  :: horrifying
orsù {interj}  :: come now! (or similar term of encouragement etc)
orsa {f}  :: she-bear
orsacchiotto {m}  :: bear cub
orsacchiotto {m}  :: teddy bear
orsetto {m}  :: bear cub
orsetto lavatore {m}  :: raccoon, racoon, coon (mammal)
Orsini {prop}  :: Italian surname
orsino {adj}  :: bear-like
orso {m}  :: bear
orso bianco {m}  :: white bear (mammal)
orso bruno {m}  :: brown bear (mammal)
orso grigio {m}  :: grizzly bear (mammal)
orso grizzly {m}  :: grizzly bear (mammal)
Orsola {prop}  :: female given name, cognate to Ursula
orsolina {f}  :: Ursuline
or sono {adv}  :: ago
orsono {adv}  :: Variant of or sono
orso polare {m}  :: polar bear (mammal)
ortaggio {m}  :: vegetable (plant)
ortaglia {f}  :: kitchen garden
ortaglia {f}  :: vegetable
ortale {adj}  :: vegetable garden (attributive)
ortale {m}  :: vegetable garden
ortensia {f}  :: hydrangea
ortesi {n}  :: orthotics
ortica {f} [plant]  :: nettle (herb of the genus Urtica)
ortica {f} [plant]  :: stinging nettle, common nettle (Urtica dioica)
orticaio {m}  :: nettle patch
orticante {adj}  :: stinging
orticante {adj}  :: urticant
orticaria {f} [pathology]  :: urticaria, nettle-rash, hives
orticello {m}  :: A small vegetable garden
orticheto {m}  :: nettle patch
orticolo {adj}  :: horticultural, market garden (attributive)
orticoltore {m}  :: horticulturist
orticoltore {m}  :: market gardener
orticoltrice {f}  :: horticulturist (female)
orticoltrice {f}  :: market gardener (female)
orticoltura {f}  :: horticulture
orticultore {m}  :: alternative form of orticoltore
ortivo {adj} [astronomy]  :: rising
ortivo {adj}  :: orchard (attributive)
ortivo {adj}  :: vegetable garden (attributive)
orto {m}  :: orchard
orto {m}  :: vegetable garden; veggie garden
orto- {prefix}  :: garden, orchard (variant of orti-)
orto- {prefix}  :: ortho-
ortobicupola {f} [mathematics]  :: orthobicupola
orto botanico {m}  :: botanical garden
ortocentrico {adj}  :: orthocentric
ortocentro {m} [mathematics]  :: orthocentre / orthocenter
ortoclasio {m} [mineralogy]  :: orthoclase
ortocromatico {adj}  :: orthochromatic
ortocromatismo {m}  :: orthochromatism
ortodontia {f}  :: orthodontics, orthodontia
ortodontico {adj}  :: orthodontic
ortodontista {f}  :: orthodontist
ortodonzia {f}  :: orthodontics (Variant of ortodontia)
ortodossia {f}  :: orthodoxy
ortodosso {adj}  :: orthodox
ortodosso {m}  :: orthodox (person)
ortodromia {f}  :: orthodromy
ortodromico {adj}  :: orthodromic, orthodrome
ortoepia {f}  :: orthoepy
ortofloricoltore {m}  :: vegetable and flower grower
ortofloricoltrice {f}  :: vegetable and flower grower (female)
ortofloricoltura {f}  :: vegetable and flower growing
ortoflorofrutticolo {adj}  :: vegetable, fruit and flower (attributive)
ortoflorofrutticoltore {m}  :: vegetable, fruit and flower grower
ortoflorofrutticoltrice {f}  :: vegetable, fruit and flower grower (female)
ortoflorofrutticoltura {f}  :: vegetable, fruit and flower growing
ortofonia {f}  :: orthoepy (speech therapy)
ortofonico {adj}  :: orthoepic
ortofonico {adj}  :: speech therapy (attributive); orthophonic
ortofonista {f}  :: orthoepist
ortofonista {f}  :: speech therapist; orthophonist
ortofosfato {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: orthophosphate
ortofosforico {adj} [inorganic chemistry]  :: orthophosphoric
ortofoto {m} [photography]  :: orthophoto
ortofotografia {f} [photography]  :: orthophotography
ortofrenia {f}  :: orthophrenia
ortofrenico {adj}  :: orthopsychiatric
ortofrenopedia {f}  :: orthopsychiatry
ortofrutta {f}  :: fruit and vegetables
ortofrutticolo {adj}  :: fruit and vegetable (attributive)
ortofrutticoltore {m}  :: fruit and vegetable grower; market gardener
ortofrutticoltrice {f}  :: (female) fruit and vegetable grower; market gardener
ortofrutticoltura {f}  :: fruit and vegetable growing; market gardening
ortogenesi {f}  :: orthogenesis
ortogenetico {adj}  :: orthogenetic
ortognatismo {m}  :: orthognathism
ortognatodonzia {f}  :: orthognathic surgery
ortogonale {adj}  :: orthogonal
ortogonalità {f} [mathematics]  :: orthogonality
ortogonalizzazione {f} [mathematics]  :: orthogonalization
ortogonalmente {adv}  :: orthogonally
ortografia {f}  :: orthography
ortografia {f}  :: spelling
ortografico {adj}  :: orthographic, orthographical
ortografico {adj}  :: spelling (attributive)
ortoidrogeno {m}  :: orthohydrogen
ortolana {f}  :: Feminine of ortolano
Ortolani {prop}  :: Italian surname
ortolano {m}  :: greengrocer
ortolano {m}  :: market gardener
ortologo {adj}  :: orthologous
ortomercato {m}  :: fruit and vegetable market
Ortona {prop}  :: A town in the Chieti province of Abruzzo
ortonese {adj}  :: Of or from Ortona
ortonitrato {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: orthonitrate
ortonormale {adj} [mathematics]  :: orthonormal
ortopedia {f} [medicine]  :: orthopedics, orthopaedics
ortopedico {adj}  :: orthopedic, orthopaedic
ortopedico {m}  :: orthopedist, orthopaedist
ortopnea {f}  :: orthopnea
ortoressia {f} [psychology]  :: orthorexia
ortorombico {adj}  :: orthorhombic
ortoscopia {f} [medicine]  :: orthoscopy
ortosimpatico {adj}  :: orthosympathetic
ortostatico {adj} [medicine]  :: orthostatic
ortostatismo {m}  :: orthostatism
ortostato {m}  :: orthostat
ortotropo {adj} [botany]  :: orthotropic
ortottero {m}  :: orthopteran (of order Orthoptera)
ortottica {f}  :: orthoptics
ortottico {adj}  :: orthoptic
ortottista {f}  :: orthoptist
orvietano {adj}  :: Of or from Orvieto
orvieto {m}  :: orvieto
Orvieto {prop}  :: A town in the province of Terni in Umbria
orwelliano {adj}  :: Orwellian
orzaiolo {m}  :: sty (in the eye)
orzare {vi} [nautical]  :: To haul off, luff or come around
orzata {f}  :: barley water
orzo {m}  :: barley
orzo perlato {m}  :: pearl barley
osabile {adj}  :: attemptable
osanna {m}  :: hosanna
osannare {vt}  :: To applaud or acclaim
osare {vt}  :: to dare, venture
osare {vt}  :: to risk, attempt
oscenamente {adv}  :: obscenely, indecently
oscenità {f}  :: obscenity
osceno {adj}  :: dreadful, awful
osceno {adj}  :: obscene, indecent
oscillante {adj}  :: flickering
oscillante {adj}  :: oscillating
oscillare {vi}  :: to flicker
oscillare {vi}  :: to fluctuate
oscillare {vi}  :: to oscillate
oscillare {vi}  :: to swing
oscillatore {m}  :: oscillator
oscillatore {m}  :: oscilloscope
oscillatorio {adj}  :: oscillating, fluctuating
oscillatorio {adj}  :: oscillatory
oscillazione {f}  :: fluctuation
oscillazione {f}  :: oscillation
oscillografo {m}  :: oscillograph, oscilloscope
oscillogramma {m}  :: oscillogram
oscillometro {m}  :: oscillometer
oscilloscopio {m}  :: oscilloscope
osco {adj}  :: Oscan
osco {m}  :: Oscan (person, language)
osculare {vt} [mathematics]  :: to osculate
osculare {vt} [obsolete]  :: to kiss
osculatore {adj}  :: osculating
osculazione {f} [mathematics]  :: osculation
osculo {m} [biology]  :: osculum
osculo {m} [informal]  :: kiss (normally bacio)
oscurabile {adj}  :: That can be oscured
oscuramente {adv}  :: mysteriously
oscuramente {adv}  :: obscurely, darkly
oscuramento {m}  :: blackout (of windows, in wartime)
oscuramento {m}  :: darkening
oscuramento {m}  :: dimming
oscuramento {m}  :: obscuring
oscurantismo {m}  :: obscurantism
oscurantista {adj}  :: obscurantist
oscurantista {f}  :: obscurantist
oscurantistico {adj}  :: obscurantist
oscurantistico {adj}  :: unenlightened
oscurare {vt}  :: to darken
oscurare {vt}  :: to obscure
oscurare {vt}  :: to shade
oscurarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of oscurare
oscurarsi {vr}  :: to become dim
oscurarsi {vr}  :: to cloud over, darken [of the sky]
oscurazione {f}  :: clouding
oscurità {f}  :: darkness
oscurità {f}  :: gloominess
oscurità {f}  :: obscurity
oscuro {adj}  :: dark
oscuro {adj}  :: gloomy, sombre
oscuro {adj}  :: humble
oscuro {adj}  :: obscure
oscuro {m}  :: darkness
Osea {prop} [biblical]  :: Hosea, Book of Hosea
-osi {suffix} [pathology]  :: -osis
osimano {adj}  :: Of or from Osimo
Osimo {prop}  :: A town in the Ancona province of Marche
-osio {suffix}  :: -ose (in the names of carbohydrates)
Osiride {prop}  :: Osiris
Oslo {prop}  :: Oslo
osmanto {m}  :: osmanthus (especially Osmanthus fragrans)
osmiato {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: osmiate
osmio {m}  :: osmium
osmiridio {m}  :: osmiridium
osmofilo {adj}  :: osmophilic
osmofilo {m}  :: osmophile
osmolalità {f} [chemistry]  :: osmolality
osmolare {adj}  :: osmolar
osmolarità {f} [chemistry]  :: osmolarity
osmometria {f} [physics, chemistry]  :: osmometry
osmometro {m}  :: osmometer
osmoregolatore {adj}  :: osmoregulatory
osmoregolatore {m}  :: osmoregulator
osmosi {f} [physics, chemistry]  :: osmosis
osmotico {adj}  :: osmotic
osmunda {f}  :: royal fern, osmund (of genus Osmunda)
-oso {suffix}  :: -ous, -ful, -y
Osogna {prop}  :: A small town in the Riviera district of Ticino
ospedale {m}  :: hospital
ospedale psichiatrico {m}  :: mental hospital
ospedaliera {f}  :: hospital worker (female)
ospedaliero {adj}  :: hospital (attributive)
ospedaliero {m}  :: hospital worker (male)
ospedalità {f}  :: hospitalization
ospedalità {f}  :: hospitals
ospedalizzare {vt}  :: to hospitalize
ospedalizzazione {f}  :: hospitalization
ospitabile {adj}  :: That can be lodged or accomodated; lodgeable
ospitale {adj}  :: hospitable, friendly, welcoming
ospitaliere {m}  :: hospitaler
ospitalità {f}  :: hospitality
ospitalmente {adv}  :: hospitably
ospitante {adj}  :: host (attributve)
ospitante {adj} [sports]  :: home (attributive)
ospitante {f} [sports]  :: home team
ospitante {mf}  :: host
ospitare {vt}  :: to hold [an event]
ospitare {vt}  :: to play at home to a visiting sports team
ospitare {vt}  :: to put up or accommodate someone
ospite {adj}  :: hosting (attribute)
ospite {adj} [sports]  :: visiting
ospite {mf} [biology]  :: host
ospite {mf}  :: guest
ospite {mf}  :: host, hostess
ospizio {m}  :: home (for the elderly etc.)
ospizio {m}  :: hospice
ospizio {m}  :: nursing home
ossalacetato {m} [organic chemistry]  :: oxaloacetate
ossalacetico {adj} [organic chemistry]  :: oxaloacetic
ossalato {m} [organic chemistry]  :: oxalate
ossalico {adj}  :: oxalic
ossame {m}  :: bones
ossatura {f}  :: frame, framework
ossatura {f}  :: ossature
ossedere {vt} [obsolete]  :: To besiege
osseina {f} [biochemistry]  :: ossein
osseo {adj}  :: bone (attributive), bony
ossequente {adj}  :: obedient, compliant
ossequente {adj}  :: respectful, obsequious, deferential
ossequiare {vt}  :: to pay one's respects to
ossequiare {vt}  :: to respect
ossequiente {adj}  :: subservient
ossequio {m}  :: regard
ossequio {m}  :: respect
ossequiosamente {adv}  :: obsequiously
ossequiosamente {adv}  :: respectfully
ossequiosità {f}  :: obsequiousness
ossequiosità {f}  :: respectfulness
ossequioso {adj}  :: obsequious
ossequioso {adj}  :: respectful
osservabile {adj}  :: observable
osservabilità {f}  :: observability
osservabilmente {adv}  :: observably
osservante {adj}  :: practising (a religion)
osservante {mf}  :: observant (type of monk)
osservante {mf}  :: Regular churchgoer
osservanza {f}  :: observance
osservare {vt}  :: to observe, keep
osservare {vt}  :: to observe, remark, point out, object, notice
osservare {vt}  :: to observe, watch, study, examine
osservarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of osservare
osservarsi {v}  :: to look at each other
osservarsi {v}  :: to look at one's own image, or part of one's body
osservativo {adj}  :: observational
osservatore {adj}  :: observant, observing
osservatore {m}  :: observer
osservatorio {m}  :: Any institution that makes forecasts, especially economic or commercial ones
osservatorio {m}  :: lookout (military structure)
osservatorio {m}  :: observatory
osservazionale {adj}  :: observational
osservazione {f}  :: note
osservazione {f}  :: observation (all meanings)
osservazione {f}  :: remark
ossessionante {adj}  :: obsessive, haunting
ossessionante {adj}  :: troublesome, bothersome
ossessionare {vt}  :: to bother, trouble
ossessionare {vt}  :: to obsess
ossessione {f}  :: nuisance
ossessione {f}  :: obsession
ossessivamente {adv}  :: obsessively
ossessività {f}  :: obsessiveness
ossessivo {adj}  :: obsessive, haunting
ossessivo {adj}  :: troublesome, bothersome
ossesso {adj}  :: possessed
ossesso {m}  :: A person possessed
ossetico {adj}  :: Ossetian, Ossetic
ossetico {m}  :: Ossetian
osseto {adj}  :: Ossetian
osseto {m}  :: Ossetian (person, language)
osseto {m}  :: Ossetic (language)
Ossezia {prop}  :: Ossetia
Ossezia del Sud {prop}  :: South Ossetia
ossi- {prefix}  :: ossi-
ossi- {prefix}  :: oxy-
ossia {conj}  :: or rather
ossia {conj}  :: that is; to be precise
ossiacetilenico {adj}  :: oxyacetylene (attributive)
ossiacido {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: oxyacid
ossialogenuro {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: oxyhalide
ossianico {adj}  :: Ossianic
ossicino {m} [skeleton]  :: ossicle, small bone
ossicloruro {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: oxychloride
ossicloruro di carbonio {m} [organic compound]  :: carbonyl chloride
ossicolo {m} [skeleton]  :: ossicle
ossidabile {adj}  :: oxidizable
ossidabilità {f}  :: oxidability
ossidante {adj}  :: that oxidizes
ossidante {m}  :: oxidant
ossidare {vt}  :: to oxidize something
ossidarsi {vr}  :: to be oxidized
ossidarsi {v}  :: to tarnish
ossidasi {f} [enzyme]  :: oxidase
ossidative {adj}  :: oxidative, oxidizing
ossidativo {adj} [chemistry]  :: oxidative
ossidazione {f}  :: oxidation
ossidiana {f} [geology]  :: obsidian
ossidionale {adj}  :: obsidional
ossido {m}  :: oxide
ossido di azoto {m} [inorganic compound]  :: nitric oxide
ossido di carbonio {n} [chemistry]  :: carbon monoxide
ossido di diazoto {m} [chemistry, ]  :: nitrous oxide, dinitrogen oxide
ossido di etilene {m} [organic compound]  :: ethylene oxide
ossido di magnesio {m} [inorganic compound]  :: magnesium oxide
ossido di zinco {m} [inorganic compound]  :: zinc oxide
ossido rameico {m}  :: cupric oxide
ossidoreduttasi {f} [enzyme]  :: oxidoreductase
ossidoriduttasi {m} [enzyme]  :: oxidoreductase
ossidoriduttivo {adj} [chemistry]  :: oxidoreductive
ossidoriduzione {f} [chemistry]  :: redox
ossidrico {adj}  :: oxyhydrogen
ossidrile {m} [chemistry]  :: hydroxyl
ossidrilico {adj}  :: hydroxylic
ossiemoglobina {f} [biochemistry]  :: oxyhemoglobin
ossietilene {m} [organic chemistry]  :: oxyethylene
ossietilenico {adj} [organic chemistry]  :: oxyethylene (attributive)
ossificare {vt}  :: To ossify
ossificarsi {vr}  :: To ossify; to become ossified
ossificazione {f}  :: ossification
ossigenare {vt}  :: to oxygenate
ossigenarsi {vr}  :: to be oxygenated
ossigenasi {m} [enzyme]  :: oxygenase
ossigenato {adj}  :: oxygenated
ossigenatore {m}  :: oxygenator
ossigenatura {f}  :: the bleaching of hair with hydrogen peroxide
ossigenazione {f}  :: oxygenation
ossigenico {adj}  :: oxygenic
ossigeno {m}  :: oxygen
ossigenoterapia {f}  :: oxygen therapy
ossimetro {m}  :: oximeter
ossimoro {m}  :: oxymoron
ossirano {m} [organic compound]  :: oxirane, ethylene oxide
ossiriduzione {f} [chemistry]  :: redox
ossisulfuro {m}  :: oxysulfide
ossisulfuro di carbonio {m} [inorganic compound]  :: carbonyl sulfide
ossitocico {adj}  :: oxytocic
ossitocico {m} [pharmacology]  :: oxytocic
ossitocina {f} [hormone]  :: oxytocin
ossitona {f} [grammar]  :: oxytone
ossitonia {f}  :: The condition of being oxytone
ossitono {adj} [grammar]  :: oxytone
ossiuriasi {f}  :: oxyuriasis (pinworm infection)
ossiuro {m} [medicine]  :: oxyuris
ossivoro {adj}  :: Describing surgical implements used to handle small fragments of bone
ossivoro {adj}  :: ossivorous
osso {m} [skeleton]  :: bone
osso {m}  :: stone, pit (in fruits)
ossoammonio {m} [organic chemistry]  :: oxoammonium
ossoanione {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: oxoanion
ossobuco {m}  :: shank of veal braised in wine, tomatoes and herbs etc; osso buco
osso capitato {m} [skeleton]  :: capitate bone
osso cuboide {m} [skeleton]  :: cuboid bone
osso cuneiforme {m} [skeleton]  :: cuneiform bone
osso etmoide {m} [skeleton]  :: ethmoid bone
osso frontale {m} [skeleton]  :: frontal bone
osso iliaco {m} [skeleton]  :: ilium
osso ioide {m} [skeleton]  :: hyoid bone
Ossola {prop}  :: A valley in the province of Verbano-Cusio-Ossola in Piemonte
Ossola {prop}  :: Italian surname
osso lacrimale {m} [skeleton]  :: lacrimal bone
ossolano {adj}  :: Of or from Ossola
ossolano {m}  :: Native or inhabitant of Ossola
ossolano {m} [organic compound]  :: oxolane
osso lunato {m} [skeleton]  :: lunate bone
osso malare {m} [skeleton]  :: malar bone
osso mascellare {m} [skeleton]  :: maxillary bone, maxilla, jawbone
osso metacarpale {m} [skeleton]  :: metacarpal bone
osso metatarsale {m} [skeleton]  :: metatarsal bone, metatarsal
osso nasale {m} [skeleton]  :: nasal bone
osso navicolare {m} [skeleton]  :: navicular bone
osso occipitale {m} [skeleton]  :: occipital bone
osso palatino {m} [skeleton]  :: palatine bone
osso parietale {m} [skeleton]  :: parietal bone
osso piramidale {m} [skeleton]  :: triquetral bone, triquetral, pyramidal bone
osso pisiforme {m} [skeleton]  :: pisiform bone
osso radiale {m} [skeleton]  :: radius
osso sacro {m} [skeleton]  :: sacrum
osso scafoide {m} [skeleton]  :: scaphoid bone
osso semilunare {m} [skeleton]  :: lunate bone, semilunar bone
osso sesamoide {m} [skeleton]  :: sesamoid bone
osso sfenoide {m} [skeleton]  :: sphenoid bone
osso tarsale {m} [skeleton]  :: tarsal bone
osso temporale {m} [skeleton]  :: temporal bone
osso trapezio {m} [skeleton]  :: trapezium, trapezium bone
osso trapezoide {m} [skeleton]  :: trapezoid bone
osso uncinato {m} [skeleton]  :: hamate bone, hamate, unciform
osso zigomatico {m} [skeleton]  :: zygomatic bone
ossuto {adj}  :: angular
ossuto {adj}  :: bony
ossuto {adj}  :: scraggy (animal)
ostacolare {vt}  :: to fetter
ostacolare {vt}  :: to obstruct, hinder, get in the way of
ostacolarsi {vr}  :: To get in each other's way
ostacolista {f} [athletics]  :: hurdler
ostacolista {f}  :: steeplechaser (racehorse)
ostacolo {m}  :: obstacle
ostacolo {m} [sports]  :: hurdle (in plural: hurdles (race))
ostaggio {m}  :: hostage
ostare {vi}  :: To stand in the way (be an impediment to action)
Ostarrichi {prop}  :: the early inhabitants of present-day Austria
ostativo {adj} [legal]  :: prohibitive (being a legal impediment)
oste {m}  :: army or host, especially that of the enemy
oste {m}  :: innkeeper, landlord (proprietor of an osteria)
osteggiare {vt}  :: To oppose
osteite {f} [pathology]  :: osteitis
ostello {m}  :: hostel
Ostenda {prop}  :: Ostend
ostensibile {adj}  :: That can be shown or exhibited; displayable.
ostensibilmente {adv}  :: blatantly
ostensione {f}  :: ostension, display
ostensivamente {adv}  :: ostensively
ostensivo {adj}  :: ostensive
ostensorio {m}  :: monstrance, ostensory
ostentamento {m}  :: ostentation (display, show)
ostentare {vt}  :: to feign
ostentare {vt}  :: to flaunt, show off
ostentatamente {adv}  :: ostentatiously
ostentatore {adj}  :: ostentatious
ostentatore {m}  :: boaster, braggart
ostentazione {f}  :: ostentation
osteo- {prefix} [anatomy]  :: osteo-
osteoalgia {f}  :: ostalgia
osteoarticolare {adj} [anatomy]  :: osteoarticular
osteoartrite {f} [diseases]  :: osteoarthritis
osteoartritico {adj}  :: osteoarthritic
osteoartropatia {f} [pathology]  :: osteoarthropathy
osteoartrosi {f} [pathology]  :: osteoarthritis, degenerative joint disease
osteoblastico {adj} [cytology]  :: osteoblastic
osteoblasto {m} [cytology]  :: osteoblast
osteoblastoma {m} [oncology]  :: osteoblastoma
osteocalcina {f} [protein]  :: osteocalcin
osteocartilagineo {adj} [anatomy]  :: osteocartilaginous
osteocita {m} [cytology]  :: osteocyte
osteocito {m}  :: (Variant of: osteocita) osteocyte
osteoclastico {adj} [cytology]  :: osteoclastic
osteoclasto {m} [cytology]  :: osteoclast
osteoclastogenesi {f}  :: osteoclastogenesis
osteoclastoma {m} [oncology]  :: osteoclastoma
osteocondrite {f} [pathology]  :: osteochondritis
osteocondrodisplasia {f} [pathology]  :: osteochondrodysplasia
osteocondroma {m} [pathology]  :: osteochondroma
osteocondrosi {f} [pathology]  :: osteochondrosis
osteoconduzione {f} [medicine]  :: osteoconduction
osteodensitometria {f} [medicine]  :: bone densitometry
osteoderma {m} [zoology]  :: osteoderm
osteodistrofia {f} [pathology]  :: osteodystrophy
osteofibrosi {f} [pathology]  :: osteofibrosis
osteofita {f} [anatomy]  :: osteophyte
osteogenesi {f} [physiology]  :: osteogenesis
osteogenetico {adj} [physiology]  :: osteogenic
osteoide {adj}  :: osteoid
osteoide {m}  :: osteoid
osteoinduzione {f} [medicine]  :: osteoinduction
osteointegrazione {f} [medicine]  :: osseointegration
osteolisi {f} [pathology]  :: osteolysis
osteolitico {adj} [pathology]  :: osteolytic
osteologia {f}  :: osteology
osteologico {adj} [medicine]  :: osteological
osteologo {m}  :: osteologist
osteoma {m} [pathology]  :: osteoma
osteomalacia {f} [pathology]  :: osteomalacia
osteomielite {f} [pathology]  :: osteomyelitis
osteomielitico {adj} [pathology]  :: osteomyelitic
osteomuscolare {adj} [anatomy]  :: of the bones and muscles; osteomuscular
osteone {m} [skeleton]  :: osteon
osteonecrosi {f} [pathology]  :: osteonecrosis
osteonectina {f} [biochemistry]  :: osteonectin
osteopata {f}  :: osteopath
osteopatia {f}  :: osteopathy
osteopatico {adj}  :: osteopathic
osteopatologia {f}  :: osteopathology
osteopenia {f} [pathology]  :: osteopenia
osteoperiostite {f} [pathology]  :: osteoperiostitis
osteopetrosi {f} [pathology]  :: osteopetrosis
osteoplastica {f} [surgery]  :: osteoplasty
osteoplastico {adj} [surgery]  :: osteoplastic
osteopontina {f} [biochemistry]  :: osteopontin
osteoporosi {f} [pathology]  :: osteoporosis
osteoporotico {adj}  :: osteoporotic
osteoprotegerina {f} [biochemistry]  :: osteoprotegerin
osteopsatirosi {f} [pathology]  :: osteopsathyrosis
osteoradionecrosi {f} [pathology]  :: osteoradionecrosis
osteosarcoma {m} [oncology]  :: osteosarcoma
osteosclerosi {f} [pathology]  :: osteosclerosis
osteosclerotico {adj} [pathology]  :: osteosclerotic
osteosintesi {f} [surgery]  :: osteosynthesis
osteotendineo {adj} [anatomy]  :: of the bones and tendons; osteotendinous
osteotomia {f} [surgery]  :: osteotomy
osteotomico {adj} [surgery]  :: osteotomic
osteotomo {m} [surgery]  :: osteotome
osteria {f}  :: bistro
osteria {f}  :: inn
osteria {f}  :: small restaurant in the country
osteria {f}  :: tavern
osteria {interj}  :: blimey! (Expletive - Often used to replace the mildly blasphemous expletive "ostia" (meaning "Host" or "Communion wafer"))
osteria {interj}  :: gee
osteriggio {m} [nautical]  :: skylight
Osterlicchi {prop}  :: medieval spelling of Austria
ostessa {f}  :: innkeeper, landlady (proprietor of an osteria)
ostessa {f}  :: innkeeper's wife
ostetrica {f}  :: midwife
ostetrica {f}  :: obstetrician (female)
ostetricia {f} [medicine]  :: obstetrics, midwifery
ostetrico {adj}  :: obstetric, obstetrical
ostetrico {m}  :: obstetrician
ostia {f}  :: host (communion wafer)
ostia {f}  :: Mildly blasphemous expletive
ostia {f}  :: wafer
osticamente {adv}  :: onerously; with difficulty
ostico {adj}  :: onerous, difficult
ostile {adj}  :: hostile (towards)
Ostilio {prop}  :: Hostilius
ostilità {f}  :: hostility
ostilità {f} [military, plural]  :: hostilities
ostilmente {adv}  :: hostilely
ostinarsi {vr}  :: to insist
ostinarsi {vr}  :: to persist
ostinatamente {adv}  :: stubbornly, obstinately
ostinatezza {f}  :: obstinacy
ostinatezza {f}  :: stubbornness
ostinati {adj}  :: masculine plural of ostinato
ostinatissimo {adj}  :: Very stubborn or obstinate
ostinato {adj}  :: stubborn or obstinate
ostinato {m}  :: A stubborn or obstinate person
ostinazione {f}  :: obstinacy
ostinazione {f}  :: obstination
ostinazione {f}  :: stubbornness
Ostinelli {prop}  :: Italian surname
ostio {m} [anatomy]  :: orifice
ostpolitik {f}  :: Ostpolitik
ostracismo {m}  :: ostracism
ostracizzare {vt}  :: to banish
ostracizzare {vt}  :: to ostracize
ostracizzato {adj}  :: blackballed
ostracizzato {adj}  :: ostracized
ostracoda {m}  :: ostracod
ostrica {f}  :: oyster
ostricaio {m}  :: oyster bed
ostricaio {m}  :: oyster seller
ostricoltore {m}  :: oyster farmer
ostricoltura {f}  :: oyster growing
ostro {m}  :: purple (colour, dye)
ostro {m}  :: southerly wind; hence the south
Ostrogoti {prop}  :: Ostrogoths
ostrogotico {adj}  :: Ostrogothic
ostrogoto {adj}  :: Ostrogoth
ostrogoto {m}  :: Ostrogoth
ostruibile {adj}  :: obstructable (easily obstructed)
ostruire {v}  :: to obstruct or block
ostruirsi {vr}  :: To become obstructed or blocked
ostruito {adj}  :: obstructed, blocked
ostruttivo {adj}  :: obstructing, obstructive
ostruzione {f}  :: clog
ostruzione {f}  :: obstructing, blocking
ostruzione {f}  :: obstruction, blockage
ostruzionismo {m}  :: obstructionism
ostruzionismo {m}  :: obstruction (sport)
ostruzionista {adj}  :: obstructionist (attributive)
ostruzionista {f}  :: obstructionist
ostruzionistico {adj}  :: obstructionist
Osvaldo {prop}  :: male given name, cognate to Oswald
otalgia {f} [pathology]  :: otalgia
otalgico {adj}  :: otalgic
otarda {f}  :: great bustard (and similar birds of family Otididae)
otaria {f}  :: sea lion, eared seal, otary (and similar animals of family Otariidae)
otaria orsina {m}  :: fur seal
Otello {prop}  :: Othello
otico {adj} [anatomy]  :: otic
otite {f} [pathology]  :: otitis
oto- {prefix}  :: oto-
otogeno {adj}  :: otogenic
otoiatra {f} [medicine]  :: otologist (ear specialist)
otoiatria {f} [medicine]  :: otology
otolite {f} [anatomy]  :: otolith
otologia {f} [medicine]  :: otology
otologico {adj}  :: otological
otopatia {f}  :: otopathy
otoplastica {f} [surgery]  :: otoplasty
otorino {m}  :: Variant of otorinolaringoiatra
otorinolaringoiatra {m}  :: otolaryngologist
otorinolaringoiatria {f} [medicine]  :: otolaryngology, otorhinolaryngology
otorinolaringoiatrico {adj}  :: otolaryngological
otorragia {f} [medicine]  :: otorrhagia
otorrea {f} [pathology]  :: otorrhea
otosclerosi {f} [disease]  :: otosclerosis
otoscopia {f} [medicine]  :: otoscopy
otoscopio {m} [medicine]  :: otoscope
ototossicità {f}  :: ototoxicity
ototossico {adj}  :: ototoxic
otrantino {adj}  :: Of or relating to Otranto or the Otranto people
otrantino {m}  :: A native or inhabitant of Otranto
Otranto {prop}  :: A small town in Puglia
Otranto {prop}  :: The letter O in the Italian phonetic alphabet
otre {m}  :: leather bottle
otta- {prefix}  :: octa-
ottacordo {m} [musical instruments]  :: octachord (eight-stringed instrument)
ottaedrico {adj}  :: octahedral
ottaedro {m}  :: octahedron
ottagonale {adj}  :: octagonal
ottagono {m}  :: octagon
ottale {adj}  :: octal
ottamero {m} [chemistry]  :: octamer
ottametro {m} [prosody]  :: octameter
ottanale {m} [organic compound]  :: octanal
ottanico {adj}  :: octane (attributive)
ottano {m}  :: octane
ottanta {adj}  :: eighty
ottanta {m}  :: eighty
ottantacinque {adj}  :: eighty-five
ottantacinque {m}  :: eighty-five
ottantacinquesimo {adj}  :: eighty-fifth
ottantacinquesimo {m}  :: eighty-fifth
ottantadue {adj}  :: eighty-two
ottantadue {m}  :: eighty-two
ottantaduesimo {adj}  :: eighty-second
ottantaduesimo {m}  :: eighty-second
ottantamila {adj}  :: eighty thousand
ottantamila {m}  :: eighty thousand
ottant'anni {contraction}  :: Contraction of: ottanta anni; eighty years
ottantanove {adj}  :: eighty-nine
ottantanove {m}  :: eighty-nine
ottantanovesimo {adj}  :: eighty-ninth
ottantanovesimo {m}  :: eighty-ninth
ottantaquattresimo {adj}  :: eighty-fourth
ottantaquattresimo {m}  :: eighty-fourth
ottantaquattro {adj}  :: eighty-four
ottantaquattro {m}  :: eighty-four
ottantasei {adj}  :: eighty-six
ottantasei {m}  :: eighty-six
ottantaseienne {adj}  :: eighty-six-year-old
ottantaseienne {mf}  :: eighty-six-year-old
ottantaseiesimo {adj}  :: eighty-sixth
ottantaseiesimo {m}  :: eighty-sixth
ottantasette {adj}  :: eighty-seven
ottantasette {m}  :: eighty-seven
ottantasettesimo {adj}  :: eighty-seventh
ottantasettesimo {m}  :: eighty-seventh
ottantatré {adj}  :: eighty-three
ottantatré {m}  :: eighty-three
ottantatreesimo {adj}  :: eighty-third
ottantatreesimo {m}  :: eighty-third
ottante {m}  :: octant
ottantenne {adj}  :: eighty-year-old
ottantenne {mf}  :: octogenarian
ottantennio {m}  :: A period of eighty years
ottantesimo {adj}  :: eightieth
ottantesimo {m}  :: eightieth
ottantigrado {adj}  :: Divided into eighty degrees; octogesimal
ottantina {f}  :: Approximately eighty; eighty-odd (number or age)
ottantottesimo {adj}  :: eighty-eighth
ottantottesimo {m}  :: eighty-eighth
ottantotto {adj}  :: eighty-eight
ottantotto {m}  :: eighty-eight
ottantunesimo {adj}  :: eighty-first
ottantunesimo {m}  :: eighty-first
ottantuno {adj}  :: eighty-one
ottantuno {m}  :: eighty-one
ottativo {adj}  :: optative
ottativo {m}  :: optative
ottava {f}  :: eighth
ottava {f}  :: octave
ottava {f}  :: octet, octette
ottavario {m}  :: octavary
Ottavia {prop}  :: female given name derived from Latin Octavia
Ottaviano {prop}  :: Octavius
ottavino {m}  :: piccolo (musical instrument)
Ottavio {prop}  :: male given name derived from Latin Octavius
ottavo {adj}  :: eighth
ottavo {m}  :: eighth (fraction, masculine only)
ottavo {m}  :: eighth (the one in eighth position)
ottavo di dollaro {n}  :: bit
ottazolfo {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: octasulfur
ottemperante {adj}  :: obedient, compliant
ottemperanza {f}  :: accordance, compliance
ottemperare {v}  :: to obey or comply
ottene {m} [organic compound]  :: octene
ottenebramento {m}  :: darkening, obscuring
ottenebrare {v}  :: to darken or obscure
ottenebrazione {f}  :: darkening
ottenebrazione {f}  :: obscuration
ottenere {vt}  :: to obtain
ottenere {vt}  :: to reach, achieve, gain
ottenere per vie traverse {v}  :: To attempt to accomplish by indirect means, especially when direct means are proscribed
ottenere per vie traverse {v}  :: to back door
ottenibile {adj}  :: obtainable, achievable
ottenimento {m}  :: obtaining, receiving
ottenne {adj}  :: eight-year-old
ottentotto {adj}  :: Hottentot
ottentotto {m}  :: Hottentot
ottetto {m}  :: octet, octette
ottica {f}  :: optics (the science or a specific optical system)
ottica {f}  :: perspective, point of view, outlook
otticamente {adv}  :: optically
ottico {adj}  :: optic, optical
ottico {m}  :: optician
ottile {m} [organic chemistry]  :: octyl
ottilico {adj} [organic chemistry]  :: octylic; octyl (attributive)
ottimale {adj}  :: optimum (attribute), optimal
ottimalizzare {vt}  :: To optimize
ottimalizzazione {f}  :: optimization
ottimamente {adv}  :: optimally
ottimate {m}  :: optimate
ottimismo {m}  :: optimism
ottimista {adj}  :: optimistic
ottimista {mf}  :: optimist
ottimisticamente {adv}  :: optimistically
ottimistico {adj}  :: optimistic
ottimizzare {vt}  :: to optimize
ottimizzato {adj}  :: optimized
ottimizzatore {m}  :: optimizer
ottimizzazione {f}  :: optimization
ottimo {adj}  :: very good, very fine, excellent, perfect, splendid
ottimo {m}  :: optimum
ottimo {m}  :: (school mark) excellent, top marks
ottimo {m}  :: the best
Ottino {prop}  :: Italian surname
otto {m}  :: eight
otto {m}  :: eight o'clock
otto {num} [cardinal]  :: eight
-otto {suffix}  :: used to form diminutives of nouns and adjectives, often with an affected or emotional meaning
ottobasso {m} [musical instruments]  :: octobass
ottobrata {f}  :: An outing, trip or festival held in October
ottobre {m}  :: October
ottobrino {adj}  :: October (attributive)
ottocentesco {adj}  :: nineteenth-century
ottocentesimo {adj}  :: eight hundredth
ottocentesimo {m}  :: eight hundredth
ottocentista {f}  :: An eight hundred metres athlete
ottocentista {f}  :: A nineteenth century writer, artist etc
ottocentista {f}  :: A specialist in nineteenth century history or culture
ottocentistico {adj}  :: nineteenth-century
ottocento {adj}  :: eight hundred
ottocento {m}  :: eight hundred
Ottocento {m}  :: nineteenth century (1800s)
ottocentocinquanta {adj}  :: Eight hundred and fifty
ottocentocinquanta {m}  :: Eight hundred and fifty
ottocentocinquantacinque {adj}  :: Eight hundred and fifty-five
ottocentocinquantacinque {m}  :: Eight hundred and fifty-five
ottocentocinquantadue {adj}  :: Eight hundred and fifty-two
ottocentocinquantadue {m}  :: Eight hundred and fifty-two
ottocentocinquantanove {adj}  :: Eight hundred and fifty-nine
ottocentocinquantanove {m}  :: Eight hundred and fifty-nine
ottocentocinquantaquattro {adj}  :: Eight hundred and fifty-four
ottocentocinquantaquattro {m}  :: Eight hundred and fifty-four
ottocentocinquantasei {adj}  :: Eight hundred and fifty-six
ottocentocinquantasei {m}  :: Eight hundred and fifty-six
ottocentocinquantasette {adj}  :: Eight hundred and fifty-seven
ottocentocinquantasette {m}  :: Eight hundred and fifty-seven
ottocentocinquantatré {adj}  :: Eight hundred and fifty-three
ottocentocinquantatré {m}  :: Eight hundred and fifty-three
ottocentocinquantotto {adj}  :: Eight hundred and fifty-eight
ottocentocinquantotto {m}  :: Eight hundred and fifty-eight
ottocentocinquantuno {adj}  :: Eight hundred and fifty-one
ottocentocinquantuno {m}  :: Eight hundred and fifty-one
ottocentocinque {adj}  :: Eight hundred and five
ottocentocinque {m}  :: Eight hundred and five
ottocentodicianove {adj}  :: Eight hundred and nineteen
ottocentodicianove {m}  :: Eight hundred and nineteen
ottocentodiciasette {adj}  :: Eight hundred and seventeen
ottocentodiciasette {m}  :: Eight hundred and seventeen
ottocentodiciotto {adj}  :: Eight hundred and eighteen
ottocentodiciotto {m}  :: Eight hundred and eighteen
ottocentodieci {adj}  :: One hundred and ten
ottocentodieci {m}  :: Eight hundred and ten
ottocentododici {adj}  :: Eight hundred and twelve
ottocentododici {m}  :: Eight hundred and twelve
ottocentodue {adj}  :: Eight hundred and two
ottocentodue {m}  :: Eight hundred and two
ottocentomila {adj}  :: eight hundred thousand
ottocentomila {m}  :: eight hundred thousand
ottocentonovanta {adj}  :: Eight hundred and ninety
ottocentonovanta {m}  :: Eight hundred and ninety
ottocentonovantacinque {adj}  :: Eight hundred and ninety-five
ottocentonovantacinque {m}  :: Eight hundred and ninety-five
ottocentonovantadue {adj}  :: Eight hundred and ninety-two
ottocentonovantadue {m}  :: Eight hundred and ninety-two
ottocentonovantanove {adj}  :: Eight hundred and ninety-nine
ottocentonovantanove {m}  :: Eight hundred and ninety-nine
ottocentonovantaquattro {adj}  :: Eight hundred and ninety-four
ottocentonovantaquattro {m}  :: Eight hundred and ninety-four
ottocentonovantasei {adj}  :: Eight hundred and ninety-six
ottocentonovantasei {m}  :: Eight hundred and ninety-six
ottocentonovantasette {adj}  :: Eight hundred and ninety-seven
ottocentonovantasette {m}  :: Eight hundred and ninety-seven
ottocentonovantatré {adj}  :: Eight hundred and ninety-three
ottocentonovantatré {m}  :: Eight hundred and ninety-three
ottocentonovantotto {adj}  :: Eight hundred and ninety-eight
ottocentonovantotto {m}  :: Eight hundred and ninety-eight
ottocentonovantuno {adj}  :: Eight hundred and ninety-one
ottocentonovantuno {m}  :: Eight hundred and ninety-one
ottocentonove {adj}  :: Eight hundred and nine
ottocentonove {m}  :: Eight hundred and nine
ottocentootto {adj}  :: Eight hundred and eight
ottocentootto {m}  :: Eight hundred and eight
ottocentoquaranta {adj}  :: Eight hundred and forty
ottocentoquaranta {m}  :: Eight hundred and forty
ottocentoquarantacinque {adj}  :: Eight hundred and forty-five
ottocentoquarantacinque {m}  :: Eight hundred and forty-five
ottocentoquarantadue {adj}  :: Eight hundred and forty-two
ottocentoquarantadue {m}  :: Eight hundred and forty-two
ottocentoquarantanove {adj}  :: Eight hundred and forty-nine
ottocentoquarantanove {m}  :: Eight hundred and forty-nine
ottocentoquarantaquattro {adj}  :: Eight hundred and forty-four
ottocentoquarantaquattro {m}  :: Eight hundred and forty-four
ottocentoquarantasei {adj}  :: Eight hundred and forty-six
ottocentoquarantasei {m}  :: Eight hundred and forty-six
ottocentoquarantasette {adj}  :: Eight hundred and forty-seven
ottocentoquarantasette {m}  :: Eight hundred and forty-seven
ottocentoquarantatré {adj}  :: Eight hundred and forty-three
ottocentoquarantatré {m}  :: Eight hundred and forty-three
ottocentoquarantotto {adj}  :: Eight hundred and forty-eight
ottocentoquarantotto {m}  :: Eight hundred and forty-eight
ottocentoquarantuno {adj}  :: Eight hundred and forty-one
ottocentoquarantuno {m}  :: Eight hundred and forty-one
ottocentoquattordici {adj}  :: Eight hundred and fourteen
ottocentoquattordici {m}  :: Eight hundred and fourteen
ottocentoquattro {adj}  :: Eight hundred and four
ottocentoquattro {m}  :: Eight hundred and four
ottocentoquindici {adj}  :: Eight hundred and fifteen
ottocentoquindici {m}  :: Eight hundred and fifteen
ottocentosedici {adj}  :: Eight hundred and sixteen
ottocentosedici {m}  :: Eight hundred and sixteen
ottocentosei {adj}  :: Eight hundred and six
ottocentosei {m}  :: Eight hundred and six
ottocentosessanta {adj}  :: Eight hundred and sixty
ottocentosessanta {m}  :: Eight hundred and sixty
ottocentosessantacinque {adj}  :: Eight hundred and sixty-five
ottocentosessantacinque {m}  :: Eight hundred and sixty-five
ottocentosessantadue {adj}  :: Eight hundred and sixty-two
ottocentosessantadue {m}  :: Eight hundred and sixty-two
ottocentosessantanove {adj}  :: Eight hundred and sixty-nine
ottocentosessantanove {m}  :: Eight hundred and sixty-nine
ottocentosessantaquattro {adj}  :: Eight hundred and sixty-four
ottocentosessantaquattro {m}  :: Eight hundred and sixty-four
ottocentosessantasei {adj}  :: Eight hundred and sixty-six
ottocentosessantasei {m}  :: Eight hundred and sixty-six
ottocentosessantasette {adj}  :: Eight hundred and sixty-seven
ottocentosessantasette {m}  :: Eight hundred and sixty-seven
ottocentosessantatré {adj}  :: Eight hundred and sixty-three
ottocentosessantatré {m}  :: Eight hundred and sixty-three
ottocentosessantotto {adj}  :: Eight hundred and sixty-eight
ottocentosessantotto {m}  :: Eight hundred and sixty-eight
ottocentosessantuno {adj}  :: Eight hundred and sixty-one
ottocentosessantuno {m}  :: Eight hundred and sixty-one
ottocentosettanta {adj}  :: Eight hundred and seventy
ottocentosettanta {m}  :: Eight hundred and seventy
ottocentosettantacinque {adj}  :: Eight hundred and seventy-five
ottocentosettantacinque {m}  :: Eight hundred and seventy-five
ottocentosettantadue {adj}  :: Eight hundred and seventy-two
ottocentosettantadue {m}  :: Eight hundred and seventy-two
ottocentosettantanove {adj}  :: Eight hundred and seventy-nine
ottocentosettantanove {m}  :: Eight hundred and seventy-nine
ottocentosettantaquattro {adj}  :: Eight hundred and seventy-four
ottocentosettantaquattro {m}  :: Eight hundred and seventy-four
ottocentosettantasei {adj}  :: Eight hundred and seventy-six
ottocentosettantasei {m}  :: Eight hundred and seventy-six
ottocentosettantasette {adj}  :: Eight hundred and seventy-seven
ottocentosettantasette {m}  :: Eight hundred and seventy-seven
ottocentosettantatré {adj}  :: Eight hundred and seventy-three
ottocentosettantatré {m}  :: Eight hundred and seventy-three
ottocentosettantotto {adj}  :: Eight hundred and seventy-eight
ottocentosettantotto {m}  :: Eight hundred and seventy-eight
ottocentosettantuno {adj}  :: Eight hundred and seventy-one
ottocentosettantuno {m}  :: Eight hundred and seventy-one
ottocentosette {adj}  :: Eight hundred and seven
ottocentosette {m}  :: Eight hundred and seven
ottocentotré {adj}  :: Eight hundred and three
ottocentotré {m}  :: Eight hundred and three
ottocentotre {adj}  :: Eight hundred and three
ottocentotre {m}  :: Eight hundred and three
ottocentotredici {adj}  :: Eight hundred and thirteen
ottocentotredici {m}  :: Eight hundred and thirteen
ottocentotrenta {adj}  :: Eight hundred and thirty
ottocentotrenta {m}  :: Eight hundred and thirty
ottocentotrentacinque {adj}  :: Eight hundred and thirty-five
ottocentotrentacinque {m}  :: Eight hundred and thirty-five
ottocentotrentadue {adj}  :: Eight hundred and thirty-two
ottocentotrentadue {m}  :: Eight hundred and thirty-two
ottocentotrentanove {adj}  :: Eight hundred and thirty-nine
ottocentotrentanove {m}  :: Eight hundred and thirty-nine
ottocentotrentaquattro {adj}  :: Eight hundred and thirty-four
ottocentotrentaquattro {m}  :: Eight hundred and thirty-four
ottocentotrentasei {adj}  :: Eight hundred and thirty-six
ottocentotrentasei {m}  :: Eight hundred and thirty-six
ottocentotrentasette {adj}  :: Eight hundred and thirty-seven
ottocentotrentasette {m}  :: Eight hundred and thirty-seven
ottocentotrentatré {adj}  :: Eight hundred and thirty-three
ottocentotrentatré {m}  :: Eight hundred and thirty-three
ottocentotrentotto {adj}  :: Eight hundred and thirty-eight
ottocentotrentotto {m}  :: Eight hundred and thirty-eight
ottocentotrentuno {adj}  :: Eight hundred and thirty-one
ottocentotrentuno {m}  :: Eight hundred and thirty-one
ottocentottanta {adj}  :: Eight hundred and eighty
ottocentottanta {m}  :: Eight hundred and eighty
ottocentottantacinque {adj}  :: Eight hundred and eighty-five
ottocentottantacinque {m}  :: Eight hundred and eighty-five
ottocentottantadue {adj}  :: Eight hundred and eighty-two
ottocentottantadue {m}  :: Eight hundred and eighty-two
ottocentottantanove {adj}  :: Eight hundred and eighty-nine
ottocentottantanove {m}  :: Eight hundred and eighty-nine
ottocentottantaquattro {adj}  :: Eight hundred and eighty-four
ottocentottantaquattro {m}  :: Eight hundred and eighty-four
ottocentottantasei {adj}  :: Eight hundred and eighty-six
ottocentottantasei {m}  :: Eight hundred and eighty-six
ottocentottantasette {adj}  :: Eight hundred and eighty-seven
ottocentottantasette {m}  :: Eight hundred and eighty-seven
ottocentottantatré {adj}  :: Eight hundred and eighty-three
ottocentottantatré {m}  :: Eight hundred and eighty-three
ottocentottantotto {adj}  :: Eight hundred and eighty-eight
ottocentottantotto {m}  :: Eight hundred and eighty-eight
ottocentottantuno {adj}  :: Eight hundred and eighty-one
ottocentottantuno {m}  :: Eight hundred and eighty-one
ottocentotto {adj}  :: Eight hundred and eight
ottocentotto {m}  :: Eight hundred and eight
ottocentouno {adj}  :: Eight hundred and one
ottocentouno {m}  :: Eight hundred and one
ottocentoventi {adj}  :: Eight hundred and twenty
ottocentoventi {m}  :: Eight hundred and twenty
ottocentoventicinque {adj}  :: Eight hundred and twenty-five
ottocentoventicinque {m}  :: Eight hundred and twenty-five
ottocentoventidue {adj}  :: Eight hundred and twenty-two
ottocentoventidue {m}  :: Eight hundred and twenty-two
ottocentoventinove {adj}  :: Eight hundred and twenty-nine
ottocentoventinove {m}  :: Eight hundred and twenty-nine
ottocentoventiquattro {adj}  :: Eight hundred and twenty-four
ottocentoventiquattro {m}  :: Eight hundred and twenty-four
ottocentoventisei {adj}  :: Eight hundred and twenty-six
ottocentoventisei {m}  :: Eight hundred and twenty-six
ottocentoventisette {adj}  :: Eight hundred and twenty-seven
ottocentoventisette {m}  :: Eight hundred and twenty-seven
ottocentoventitré {adj}  :: Eight hundred and twenty-three
ottocentoventitré {m}  :: Eight hundred and twenty-three
ottocentoventotto {adj}  :: Eight hundred and twenty-eight
ottocentoventotto {m}  :: Eight hundred and twenty-eight
ottocentoventuno {adj}  :: Eight hundred and twenty-one
ottocentoventuno {m}  :: Eight hundred and twenty-one
ottocentuno {adj}  :: Eight hundred and one
ottocentuno {m}  :: Eight hundred and one
otto di cuori {m}  :: eight of hearts
otto di fiori {m}  :: eight of clubs
otto di picche {m}  :: eight of spades
otto di quadri {m}  :: eight of diamonds
ottomano {adj}  :: Ottoman
ottomila {adj}  :: eight thousand
ottomila {m}  :: eight thousand
ottonaio {m}  :: brazier (grill)
ottonare {vt}  :: To braze
ottonario {m}  :: brazier
ottonario {m}  :: (in classical Italian verse) A line of verse containing eight syllables
ottone {m}  :: brass
ottone {m} [music, in the plural]  :: The brass section of an orchestra
Ottone {prop}  :: Otto
ottoniano {adj}  :: Ottonian
ottonione {m} [mathematics]  :: octonion
ottopode {m}  :: octopus (any mollusk of the family Octopodidae)
Ottorino {prop}  :: male given name, a variant of Oddo
ottosillabo {adj}  :: octosyllabic
ottosillabo {m}  :: octosyllable
ottotipo {m}  :: eye chart
ottotipo {m}  :: optotype
otto volante {m}  :: switchback [US], roller coaster [British]
ottovolante {m}  :: alternative spelling of otto volante
ottuagenario {adj}  :: octogenarian
ottuagenario {m}  :: octogenarian
ottundere {vt}  :: To blunt or dull (an edge)
ottundimento {m}  :: blunting, dulling
ottuplicare {vit}  :: to octuple (multiply by eight)
ottuplice {adj}  :: octuple, eightfold
ottuplo {adj}  :: octuple
ottuplo {m}  :: octuple
otturamento {m}  :: occlusion
otturamento {m}  :: stopping, blocking or clogging (up)
otturare {vt}  :: to block, block up
otturare {vt}  :: to fill [teeth]
otturare {vt}  :: to stop up, seal
otturarsi {vr}  :: reflexive form of otturare
otturarsi {vr}  :: to become blocked, blocked up
otturarsi {vr}  :: to become stopped up, sealed
otturato {adj}  :: blocked up
otturato {adj}  :: filled (teeth)
otturato {adj}  :: stopped up
otturatore {m}  :: breechblock
otturatore {m}  :: shutter (of a camera)
otturatore {m}  :: valve
otturazione {f}  :: breechblock
otturazione {f}  :: shutter (camera)
otturazione {f}  :: valve (in a pipe etc)
ottusamente {adv}  :: obtusely, dully
ottusangolo {adj} [geometry]  :: obtuse
ottusità {f}  :: obtuseness, vacuity
ottuso {adj}  :: muffled (sound)
ottuso {adj}  :: obtuse, blunt, dull
oubliette {f}  :: oubliette
ousia {f}  :: ousia
outsourcing {m}  :: outsourcing
ovaia {f}  :: ovary (female reproductive organ)
ovaio {m}  :: Variant of ovaia
ovaiolo {adj}  :: laying (hen)
ovalbumina {f} [protein]  :: ovalbumin
ovale {adj}  :: oval
ovale {m}  :: oval
ovalizzare {vt}  :: To ovalize (make oval)
ovalizzarsi {vr}  :: To become oval
ovalizzato {adj}  :: oval (that should be round)
ovalizzazione {f}  :: oval deformation
ovarico {adj} [anatomy]  :: ovarian
ovariectomia {f} [surgery]  :: oophorectomy, ovariectomy
ovatta {f}  :: cotton wool
ovattare {vt}  :: to cocoon
ovattare {vt}  :: to muffle
ovattare {vt}  :: to pad
ovattato {adj}  :: cocooned
ovattato {adj}  :: muffled
ovattato {adj}  :: padded
ovattatura {f}  :: padding, wadding (process)
ovazione {f}  :: ovation
ove {adv} [literary]  :: where (Literary form of dove)
ove {adv}  :: wherever
overcloccare {vt} [computing]  :: To overclock
overdose {f} [medicine]  :: overdose
ovest {m}  :: west
ovi- {prefix}  :: Variant of ovo-
ovicaprino {adj}  :: sheep and goats (attributive)
ovideporre {vi}  :: To oviposit
Ovidio {prop}  :: Ovid
ovidotto {m}  :: oviduct
oviforme {adj}  :: egg-shaped
ovile {m}  :: fold (enclosure for sheep)
ovino {adj}  :: ovine (of or relating to sheep)
oviparità {f}  :: oviparity
oviparo {adj}  :: oviparous
OVNI {abbr}  :: UFO
ovo {m}  :: egg (Variant of: uovo)
ovo- {prefix}  :: ovo-
ovocellula {f} [cytology]  :: egg cell
ovocita {m}  :: (Variant of: ovocito) oocyte
ovocitario {adj} [cytology]  :: ovum (attributive), egg (attributive), oocyte (attributive)
ovocito {m} [cytology]  :: oocyte
ovodonazione {f}  :: egg donation
ovogenesi {f} [physiology]  :: oogenesis
ovogonio {m}  :: (Variant of: oogonio) oogonium
ovoidale {adj}  :: ovoid (egg-shaped)
ovoide {adj}  :: ovoid (egg-shaped)
ovoide {m}  :: ovoid
ovolaccio {m} [mushroom]  :: fly agaric (Amanita muscaria)
ovolo {m} [architecture]  :: ovolo
ovolo {m} [mycology]  :: Caesar's mushroom (Amanita caesarea).
ovolo buono {m} [mycology]  :: Caesar's mushroom (Amanita caesarea)
ovonica {f} [physics]  :: ovonics
ovonico {adj} [physics]  :: ovonic
ovopositore {m}  :: ovipositor
ovovia {f}  :: gondola (enclosed ski lift)
ovoviviparismo {m}  :: ovoviviparity
ovoviviparità {f}  :: ovoviviparity
ovoviviparo {adj}  :: ovoviviparous
ovulare {vi}  :: to ovulate
ovulatorio {adj}  :: ovulatory
ovulazione {f} [physiology]  :: ovulation
ovulo {m}  :: ovule (botany)
ovulo {m}  :: ovum, egg (the female primary cell)
ovulo {m}  :: pessary
ovulo {m}  :: Variant of: ovolo
ovunque {adv}  :: all over hell's half acre
ovunque {adv}  :: wherever, anywhere, everywhere
ovvero {conj}  :: or, or rather
ovvero {conj}  :: that is, namely
ovverosia {conj}  :: Variant of ossia
ovverossia {conj}  :: Variant of ossia
ovviabile {adj}  :: remediable
ovviamente {adv}  :: obviously, evidently, clearly
ovviamente {adv}  :: of course, naturally
ovviare {vt}  :: to obviate
ovviare {vt}  :: to remedy
ovvietà {f}  :: banality
ovvietà {f}  :: obviousness, plainness, self-evidence
ovvio {adj}  :: obvious
oxoniense {adj}  :: Oxford (attributive); Oxonian
oziare {vi}  :: To laze around or loaf about
ozio {m}  :: idleness
ozio {m}  :: sloth (the vice)
oziosa {f}  :: idler (female)
oziosaggine {f}  :: idleness
oziosamente {adv}  :: idly
oziosamente {adv}  :: inactively
oziosamente {adv}  :: lazily
oziosamente {adv}  :: pointlessly
oziosità {f}  :: idleness
oziosità {f}  :: inactivity
oziosità {f}  :: laziness
oziosità {f}  :: pointlessness
ozioso {adj}  :: idle
ozioso {adj}  :: inactive
ozioso {adj}  :: lazy, slothful
ozioso {m}  :: idler
ozonico {adj}  :: ozonic; ozone (attributive)
ozonizzare {vt} [chemistry]  :: To ozonize
ozonizzatore {m}  :: ozonizer
ozonizzazione {f} [chemistry]  :: ozonization
ozono {m}  :: ozone
ozonometria {f} [chemistry]  :: ozonometry
ozonometrico {adj}  :: ozonometric
ozonometro {m}  :: ozonometer
ozonosfera {f}  :: ozonosphere, ozone layer
ozonoterapia {f} [medicine]  :: ozone treatment