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ô {particle}  :: O (vocative)
Öland {prop}  :: Öland
o {abbr} [computing]  :: octet (B (byte))
o {letter}  :: o (miniscule)
-o {suffix}  :: added to a noun or an adjective after apocope, to create a familiar synonym
{adv}  :: At that time; when
{adv}  :: where (interrogative)
{adv}  :: where (relative pronoun)
O {abbr}  :: abbreviation of ouest; west
O {letter}  :: The fifteenth letter of the French alphabet
OACI {initialism}  :: Organisation de l'aviation civile internationale : International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)
OAS {initialism}  :: (Organisation de l'armée secrète) OAS
oasien {adj} [attributive]  :: oasis; oasitic
oasien {m}  :: someone who lives in an oasis
oasis {mf}  :: oasis
obamania {f}  :: Obamamania (admiration for Barack Obama)
obédience {f}  :: persuasion; allegiance
obédience {f} [religion, literary]  :: obedience
obfuscation {f} [programming]  :: obfuscation
obéir {vi}  :: To obey (a person)
obéir {vi}  :: To obey (a rule or instruction)
obéissamment {adv}  :: obediently
obéissance {f}  :: obedience
obéissant {adj}  :: obedient
objectal {adj} [psychology, attributive]  :: object
objecter {v}  :: to object (disagree with something or someone)
objecteur {m}  :: objector
objectif {adj}  :: objective; impartial
objectif {adj}  :: objective (relating to a material object)
objectif {m}  :: objective, goal, aim
objectif {m} [photography]  :: lens; camera lens
objection {f}  :: objection (all meanings)
objectivement {adv}  :: objectively
objectiver {vt}  :: to objectivize
objectivité {f}  :: objectivity
objectrice {f} [rare]  :: female objector
objet {m}  :: aim, goal
objet {m}  :: (grammar) object
objet {m}  :: in particuliar crafted or manufactured thing
objet {m}  :: mental representation, what is thought
objet {m}  :: (perceptible) thing, object
objet {m}  :: (programming) object
objet {m}  :: source or target of feeling
oblat {m}  :: oblate
oblatif {adj} [psychology]  :: oblative
obligataire {mf} [legal]  :: bondholder
obligation {f}  :: obligation
obligatoire {adj}  :: compulsory
obligatoire {adj}  :: obligatory; mandatory
obligatoirement {adv}  :: obligatorily, mandatorily
obligeamment {adv}  :: obligingly
obligeance {f}  :: obligingness
obligeant {adj}  :: accommodating
obligeant {adj}  :: obliging
obliger {vt}  :: to oblige
oblique {adj}  :: oblique
obliquement {adv}  :: at an angle; at a tilt
obliquement {adv}  :: obliquely
obliquer {vi}  :: to bear, bear off
obliquer {vi}  :: to look away (from someone)
obliquité {f}  :: obliqueness
obliquité {f}  :: obliquity
obélisque {m} [architecture]  :: obelisk (a tall, square, tapered, stone monolith topped with a pyramidal point)
oblitération {f}  :: cancellation (of a postage stamp); postmark
oblitération {f}  :: obstruction (of an artery etc)
oblitérer {vt} [formal]  :: to block, block up, obstruct
oblitérer {vt}  :: to cancel (a stamp); stub (a ticket, so that it is no longer valid)
oblitérer {vt}  :: to fade out (memories)
oblong {adj}  :: oblong
obnubiler {vt}  :: to cloud, to obscure
obnubiler {vt}  :: to obsess, to engross
obole {f}  :: (monetary) offering
obole {f}  :: obole (obsolete French money)
obole {f}  :: obol (obsolete Greek money)
obæré {adj}  :: obsolete form of obéré
obérer {vt} [formal]  :: to be a burden on
obérer {vt} [formal]  :: to be a threat to
obscène {adj}  :: obscene
obscènement {adv}  :: obscenely (in an obscene way)
obscénité {f}  :: obscenity
obscur {adj}  :: obscure (dark, faint or indistinct)
obscurantisme {m}  :: obscurantism
obscurantiste {mf}  :: obscurantist
obscurcir {v} [computing]  :: to obfuscate
obscurcir {v} [figuratively]  :: to obscure, to blur
obscurcir {vr} [of sky]  :: to darken
obscurcir {vr}  :: to become obscure
obscurcir {v}  :: to darken (a colour)
obscurité {f}  :: darkness, dark
obscurité {f}  :: obscurity, unknown
obscurément {adv}  :: darkly
obscurément {adv}  :: obscurely
obscurément {adv}  :: vaguely
obsédé {adj}  :: obsessed
obsédé {m} [by extension]  :: person who is obsessed
obsédé {m} [slang]  :: stalker, creep (person who stalks for sexual reasons)
obsédant {adj}  :: haunting
obséder {v}  :: to obsess
obèse {adj}  :: obese
obèse {mf}  :: an obese person
observateur {adj}  :: observant
observateur {m}  :: observer
observation {f}  :: observation
observationnel {adj}  :: observational
observationnellement {adv}  :: observationally
observatoire {m}  :: observatory
observatrice {f}  :: feminine form of observateur
observer {v}  :: to keep, to maintain
observer {v}  :: to note, to notice
observer {v}  :: to observe, to watch
obsession {f}  :: obsession
obsessionnel {adj}  :: obsessive
obsessionnellement {adv}  :: obsessively
obsidienne {f}  :: obsidian (a type of black glass produced by volcanoes)
obésité {f}  :: obesity (act or state of being obese)
obsolescence {f}  :: obsolescence
obsolescence programmée {f} [manufacturing]  :: planned obsolescence
obsolète {adj}  :: obsolete, deprecated (computing)
obsèque {f} [rare, archaic]  :: funeral
obsèques {fp} [plurale tantum]  :: funeral
obséquieusement {adv}  :: obsequiously
obséquieux {adj}  :: obsequious
obséquiosité {m}  :: obsequiousness
obstacle {m}  :: obstacle
obstiné {adj}  :: obstinate (adhering to an opinion, purpose, or course, usually unreasonably)
obstiné {m}  :: obstinate person
obstination {f}  :: obstinacy
obstination {f}  :: obstination
obstination {f}  :: stubbornness
obstiner {vr}  :: be obstinate about something
obstiner {vr}  :: to persevere, persist, insist
obstinément {adv}  :: obstinately
obstruction {f}  :: block (something that prevents passing)
obstruction {f}  :: obstruction
obstruer {v}  :: to block off
obstétrical {adj}  :: obstetric, obstetrical
obstétricien {m}  :: obstetrician
obstétrique {adj}  :: obstetric, obstetrical
obstétrique {f}  :: obstetrics
obtempérer {vt}  :: to comply (with)
obtempérer {vt}  :: to obey
obtenir {v}  :: to get, to obtain
obtention {f}  :: the act of obtaining
obturateur {m} [photography]  :: shutter
obturation {f}  :: blockage
obturation {f}  :: sealing; closing up
obturer {v}  :: to seal, close up
obtus {adj}  :: dull, boring, lifeless
obtus {adj} [geometry]  :: obtuse
obtus {adj}  :: narrow-minded, obtuse
obtusangle {adj}  :: obtuse-angled (of a triangle)
obtusement {adv}  :: obtusely
obtusion {f}  :: Obtusion
obus {m} [military]  :: shell
obusier {m}  :: howitzer
obvenir {v} [rare, law, defective]  :: to happen, to occur
obvie {adj}  :: obvious
obvier {v}  :: to obviate
océan {m}  :: ocean
océan Arctique {m}  :: Arctic Ocean (the smallest of the five oceans of the Earth, on and around the North Pole)
océan Atlantique {n}  :: Atlantic Ocean (the ocean lying between the Americas to the west and Europe and Africa to the east)
océanaute {mf}  :: oceanaut
Océane {prop}  :: female given name, popular in the 1990s and the 2000s
Océanie {prop}  :: Oceania
océanien {adj}  :: Oceanian
océan Indien {m}  :: Indian Ocean (the ocean separating Africa, southern Asia, Australia and Antarctica)
océanique {adj}  :: oceanic
océaniste {mf}  :: A specialist in the study of Oceania and its peoples
océanographe {mf}  :: oceanographer
océanographie {f}  :: oceanography
océanographique {adj}  :: oceanographic
océanographiquement {adv}  :: oceanographically
océanologie {f}  :: oceanology
océanologique {adj}  :: oceanological, oceanologic
océanologue {mf}  :: oceanologist
océan Pacifique {m}  :: Pacific Ocean (the world's largest body of water)
occase {f} [informal]  :: bargain; opportunity
occasion {f}  :: bargain, good deal
occasion {f}  :: cause
occasion {f}  :: occasion, opportunity
occasionnel {adj}  :: occasional; casual
occasionnellement {adv}  :: occasionally (according to the occasion)
occasionnellement {adv}  :: occasionally (from time to time)
occasionner {v}  :: to provoke, to cause
occident {m}  :: alternative capitalization of Occident
occident {m}  :: west (compass point)
Occident {prop}  :: the West (Western world)
occidental {adj}  :: Of, pertaining to, or situated in, the occident, or west; western
occidentalisation {f}  :: westernization (assimilation of the western culture)
occidentaliser {v}  :: to westernise
occire {v} [archaic or humorous]  :: to slay
occitan {adj}  :: of or pertaining to Occitan (the region or the language)
occitan {m}  :: Occitan (language)
Occitanie {prop}  :: Occitania (Occitania)
occitan médiéval {m}  :: the Old Occitan language
occlure {v}  :: to occlude
occlusif {adj}  :: occlusive
occlusion {f}  :: occlusion
occlusive {f}  :: occlusive
occulte {adj}  :: occult
occulte {m}  :: occult (supernatural affairs)
occultement {adv}  :: occultly
occulter {v}  :: to occult
occultisme {m}  :: occult, occultism (supernatural affairs)
occupé {adj}  :: busy
occupé {adj}  :: taken; occupied
occupation {f}  :: occupation (act of occupying; of being an occupant)
occupation {f}  :: occupation (something that one spends one's time on, such as a job or a hobby)
occupation {f}  :: occupation (the occupying of a territory)
occupationnel {adj}  :: occupational
occuper {vr} [s'occuper de]  :: To take care of, to deal with
occuper {vr} [s'occuper]  :: To be busy, to keep oneself busy
occuper {v}  :: to employ
occuper {v}  :: to occupy, to take up
occurrence {f}  :: occurrence
ocellé {v}  :: ocellated
ocellaire {adj}  :: ocellar, ocellary
ocelle {m}  :: ocellus
ocelot {m}  :: ocelot
Och {prop}  :: Osh (Kyrgyz city)
ochlocratie {f}  :: ochlocracy
ochratoxine {f}  :: ochratoxin
ocre {adj}  :: ochre
ocre {m}  :: ochre
ocrer {v}  :: to ochre (cover with ochre)
octabromure {m} [chemistry]  :: octabromide
octadécane {m} [organic compound]  :: octadecane
octadécanoïque {adj} [organic chemistry]  :: octadecanoic
octadécène {m} [organic compound]  :: octadecene
octadécénoïque {adj} [organic chemistry]  :: octadecenoic
octadécènoïque {adj} [organic chemistry]  :: octadecenoic
octadiène {m} [organic compound]  :: octadiene
octaèdre {m}  :: octahedron
octaédrique {adj}  :: octahedral
octaédrite {f} [mineralogy]  :: octahedrite
octante {num} [Switzerland]  :: eighty, 80
octantième {adj}  :: eightieth
octantième {mf}  :: eightieth
octasoufre {m} [inorganic compound]  :: octasulfur
octateuque {m}  :: octateuch
octavien {adj}  :: Octavian
octavier {v}  :: to octavate
octet {m} [computing]  :: byte (of eight bits)
octidi {m}  :: The eighth day of the ten-day week in the French Republican Calendar
octobre {m}  :: October
octogénaire {mf}  :: octogenarian
octogonal {adj}  :: octagonal
octogone {m}  :: octagon
octopode {adj}  :: octopod; eight-legged
octopode {mf}  :: octopod (creature with eight legs)
octosyllabique {adj}  :: octosyllabic
octroi {m}  :: grant, granting; concession
octroyer {v}  :: to grant, to award
octuor {m} [chiefly, music]  :: octet
octupler {v}  :: to octuple; to multiply by eight
oculaire {adj}  :: ocular (relating to the eye)
oculairement {adv}  :: ocularly
oculiste {mf}  :: oculist, eye doctor
ocytocine {f}  :: oxytocin
ocytocique {adj}  :: Oxytocic
ocytocique {m}  :: Oxytocic
odalisque {f}  :: odalisque
-oïde {suffix}  :: -oid
Odette {prop}  :: female given name
odeur {f}  :: smell, odour
odieusement {adv}  :: horribly; meanly; odiously
odieux {adj}  :: obnoxious (very annoying)
odieux {adj}  :: odious
Odile {prop}  :: female given name
oïdium {m}  :: powdery mildew
odomètre {m}  :: odometer
odéon {m}  :: odeon (music hall)
odonate {m}  :: odonate
odontologie {f}  :: odontology
odontologiste {mf}  :: odontologist
odontomètre {m}  :: perforation gauge (device for measuring perforation)
odorant {adj}  :: scented
odorat {m}  :: (sense of) smell
odoriférant {adj}  :: odoriferous, fragrant
odyssée {f}  :: odyssey
OEA {initialism}  :: Organisation des États américains: OAS
oeil {m}  :: nonstandard spelling of œil
oeillade {f}  :: nonstandard spelling of œillade
oeillet {m}  :: nonstandard spelling of œillet
oenologie {f}  :: nonstandard spelling of œnologie
oenologue {mf}  :: nonstandard spelling of œnologue
oesophage {m}  :: alternative form of œsophage
oestrogène {m}  :: alternative form of œstrogène
oeuf {m}  :: nonstandard spelling of œuf
oeuvre {m}  :: nonstandard spelling of œuvre
oeuvrer {v}  :: nonstandard spelling of œuvrer
oevrer {v}  :: alternative form of œuvrer
offenser {v}  :: to hurt (physically damage)
offenser {v}  :: to offend (to insult, to cause offence)
offenseur {m}  :: offender
offensif {adj}  :: offensive
offensive {f}  :: An offensive (military attack)
offensivement {adv}  :: offensively
offensive terrestre {f} [military]  :: ground offensive
offertoire {m}  :: offertory
office {m}  :: administrative bureau, department
office {m}  :: charge, task, mandate
office {m}  :: place where a household's table (food and drink)-related services are conducted, especially by domestic staff
office {m}  :: religious service, notably liturgical office
office de tourisme {m}  :: tourist office
office du tourisme {m}  :: alternative form of office de tourisme
officialiser {v}  :: to formalise
officialité {f}  :: officiality
officiel {adj}  :: official
officiellement {adv}  :: officially
officier {m}  :: officer
officier {v}  :: to officiate
officieusement {adv}  :: unofficially
officieux {adj}  :: unofficial (not official)
officine {f}  :: pharmacy, dispensary (especially retail)
officière {f}  :: officer (female)
offrande {f} [religion]  :: offering
offre {f} [economics]  :: supply
offre {f}  :: offer (something offered)
offre publique d'achat {f}  :: takeover bid; tender offer
offreur {m}  :: offeror
offrir {vr}  :: to buy for oneself
offrir {vr}  :: to open oneself up to (someone)
offrir {vr}  :: to treat oneself
offrir {v}  :: to gift
offrir {v}  :: to offer
off-shore {adj}  :: alternative form of offshore
offshore {adj}  :: offshore, in another country
offshore {adj}  :: offshore, in the sea away from the coast
offusquer {vp}  :: to be offended (de by), to take offence (de at)
offusquer {vt}  :: to offend
oflag {m}  :: oflag
Oghouzes {prop}  :: Oghuz, the Oghuz people
ogival {adj}  :: ogival
ogive {f} [architecture]  :: diagonal rib, ogive
ogive {f} [military]  :: nose cone (of missile)
OGM {initialism}  :: (organisme génétiquement modifié) GMO; [loosely] GM, GM crops
ognon {m}  :: alternative spelling of oignon
ogre {m} [mythology]  :: ogre
ogresse {f}  :: ogress; feminine form of ogre
ohé {interj}  :: oy; hi (used to get someone's attention)
oh {interj}  :: oh
oh là là {interj}  :: expression of sympathy or concern
ohm {m}  :: ohm
ohmmètre {m}  :: ohmmeter
oie {f}  :: goose
oie cendrée {f}  :: grey goose
-oient {suffix}  :: obsolete spelling of -aient
oignon {m}  :: bulb (of a plant)
oignon {m}  :: onion
oignonière {f}  :: onion plantation
oindre {v}  :: to anoint
oing {m} [archaic]  :: unction
oinj {m} [slang]  :: joint (marijuana cigarette)
-oir {suffix}  :: A suffix forming infinitives of many verbs
-oir {suffix}  :: A suffix used on verbs to form masculine words for objects or tools used to do something
-oir {suffix}  :: A suffix used on verbs to form masculine words for places where something is done
-oire {suffix}  :: A suffix used on verbs to form usually feminine words for objects or tools used to do something
-oire {suffix}  :: A suffix used on verbs (usually via the Latin supine form) to form masculine or feminine words for places where something is done
-oire {suffix}  :: A suffix used to form adjectives matched to nouns ending in -ation (or its variants) and derived from a Latin verb
-ois {suffix}  :: Used to form adjectives related to a particular country, region or city, their associated inhabitant names, and the local language or dialect
-oise {suffix}  :: Used to form female adjectives related to a particular country, region or city, and their associated inhabitant names
Oise {prop}  :: Oise
oiseau {m}  :: bird
oiseau de nuit {m} [colloquial]  :: A person active at night; a night owl
oiseau de nuit {m} [zoology]  :: A nocturnal bird
oiseau de paradis {m}  :: bird of paradise (bird)
oiseau de passage {m}  :: migratory bird, bird of passage
oiseau de proie {m}  :: bird of prey
oiseau matinal {m}  :: early bird
oiseau-mouche {m}  :: hummingbird (any of various small American birds in the family Trochilidae)
oiseau rare {m}  :: rara avis
oiselet {m} [archaic]  :: young bird, baby bird, birdlet
oiseleur {m}  :: birdcatcher
oiselier {m}  :: bird seller; birdseller
oiselle {f} [poetic]  :: female bird
oisellerie {f}  :: aviary
oisellerie {f}  :: bird-breeding
oisellerie {f}  :: bird-catching
oisellerie {f}  :: bird-selling (trade, profession)
oisellerie {f}  :: birdshop
oiseux {adj}  :: idle
oisif {adj}  :: idle (not engaged in any occupation)
oisillon {m}  :: young bird; chick, fledgling, baby bird, little bird
oisivement {adv}  :: idly
oisiveté {f}  :: idleness (of a person), as in laziness or indolence
oison {m}  :: gosling
okay {interj}  :: OK (endorsement; approval)
oki {interj}  :: ok, okay
OL {initialism} [soccer]  :: Olympique Lyonnais, a soccer team from the French town of Lyons
oléagineux {adj}  :: oleaginous
oléandre {m}  :: oleander
oléate {m} [organic chemistry]  :: oleate
-ole {suffix}  :: added to a noun to form a diminutive, or a depreciative form of that noun
olfactif {adj}  :: olfactory (concerning the sense of smell)
oléfine {m} [organic chemistry]  :: olefin
oliban {m} [rare]  :: incense; frankincense
olibrius {m}  :: oddball (ridiculous person)
oléicole {adj} [attributive]  :: olive
oléiculteur {m}  :: olivegrower
oléiculture {m}  :: olivegrowing
oligarchie {f} [politics, philosophy]  :: oligarchy
oligarchique {adj}  :: oligarchic
oligarchiquement {adv}  :: oligarchically
oligarque {m}  :: oligarch (a member of an oligarchy)
Oligocène {prop}  :: Oligocene period
oligoholoside {m} [carbohydrate]  :: oligosaccharide
oligoélément {m}  :: trace element
oligomère {m} [chemistry]  :: oligomer
oligomérisation {f} [chemistry]  :: oligomerization
oligopole {m}  :: oligopoly
oligoside {m} [carbohydrate]  :: oligosaccharide
oligothérapie {f}  :: oligotherapy
oléine {f}  :: olein
oléique {adj} [organic chemistry]  :: oleic
olisbos {m}  :: dildo (artificial phallus)
olivaie {f}  :: olive plantation
olive {f}  :: olive
oliveraie {f}  :: olive orchard
olivette {f}  :: a type of Provençal dance
olivette {f}  :: olive grove
olivette {f}  :: plum tomato
olivette {f}  :: small olive
olivette {f}  :: small olive tree
Olivia {prop}  :: female given name, cognate to Olivia
olivier {m}  :: olive tree
Olivier {prop}  :: male given name, cognate to Oliver
olivine {f}  :: olivine
olivinique {adj}  :: olivinic
olivâtre {adj}  :: olivey (having a somewhat olive colour)
oléoduc {m}  :: pipeline (for oil)
olographe {adj}  :: holograph
oléomargarine {f}  :: oleomargarine
oléorésine {f}  :: oleoresin
oléosoluble {adj}  :: oil-soluble
Olténie {prop}  :: Oltenia
oléum {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: oleum
olympe {m}  :: A high, majestic place
Olympe {prop}  :: Olympus (mountain)
olympiade {f}  :: Olympiad (Olympic Games)
olympiade {f}  :: olympiad (period of four years)
Olympie {prop}  :: The Ancient Greek city Olympia, home of the original Olympics
olympien {adj}  :: Olympian
olympique {adj}  :: Olympic (of, or pertaining to the Olympic Games)
olympisme {m}  :: olympism
OM {initialism}  :: Olympique de Marseille, a football team from Marseille
omanais {adj}  :: Omani
Omanais {m}  :: Omani person
Omanaise {f}  :: feminine form of Omanais
ombelle {f} [botany]  :: umbel
ombellifère {adj}  :: umbelliferous
ombellifère {f}  :: umbellifer
ombilic {m}  :: navel (remnant of umbilical cord)
ombilic {m}  :: umbilicus
ombilical {adj}  :: umbilical
ombragé {adj}  :: shaded, shady
ombrage {m}  :: (leafy) shade
ombrage {m}  :: umbrage, offence
ombrager {vt}  :: to overshadow
ombrager {vt}  :: to shade
ombrageusement {adv}  :: skittishly
ombrageux {adj} [animals, especially horses]  :: skittish, shy
ombrageux {adj}  :: umbrageous
ombre {f}  :: darkness
ombre {f}  :: ghost
ombre {f}  :: shade, shadow
ombrelle {f}  :: parasol
ombrer {v}  :: to shade (put into the shade)
Ombrie {prop}  :: Umbria
ombrien {adj}  :: Umbrian
ombrien {m}  :: Umbrian (language)
Ombrien {m}  :: Umbrian
ombudsman {m}  :: An appointed official within an organization whose duty is to investigate complaints against that organization by its customers, taxpayers, and sometimes employees, and often to act as a consultant to improve services and processes
OMC {prop}  :: initialism of Organisation mondiale du commerce (WTO (World Trade Organisation))
-ome {suffix}  :: -oma
omelette {f}  :: omelette
Omer {prop}  :: male given name
omettre {vt}  :: to omit
OMG {initialism}  :: alternative form of OGM
oméga {m}  :: omega (Greek letter)
omicron {m}  :: omicron (Greek letter)
omission {f}  :: omission (act of omitting)
omni- {prefix}  :: prefix meaning all
omni- {prefix}  :: prefix meaning everywhere
omnibus {adj} [rail transport, of a train]  :: Pertaining to a local (making stops at all stations)
omnibus {m} [dated]  :: omnibus, bus (especially, a 19th-century horse-drawn omnibus)
omnidirectionnel {adj}  :: omnidirectional
omnipotent {adj}  :: omnipotent
omniprésence {f}  :: omnipresence
omniprésent {adj}  :: omnipresent
omniscience {f}  :: omniscience
omniscient {adj}  :: omniscient
omnisports {adj}  :: multisport
omnium {m} [cycling]  :: an omnium (a multi-event track cycling race)
omnium {m} [sport]  :: an open (open sports tournament)
omoplate {f} [anatomy]  :: shoulder blade, scapula
OMS {initialism}  :: {f} {s} (Organisation Mondiale de la Santé) WHO (World Health Organisation)
on {pron} [informal]  :: We
on {pron}  :: One, people, you, someone (an unspecified individual: indefinite personal pronoun)
-on {suffix}  :: forming diminutives of things, inculding some animals
-on {suffix} [physics, and, biology]  :: -on
onagre {m}  :: onager (machinery)
onagre {m}  :: onager (mammal)
onanisme {m}  :: onanism
onc {adv} [obsolete]  :: one day
onc {adv} [obsolete, used with "ne"]  :: never
once {f} [figuratively, by extension]  :: a little bit
once {f}  :: ounce (avoirdupois ounce)
once {f}  :: snow leopard
oncial {adj}  :: uncial
oncle {m}  :: uncle
oncle maternel {m}  :: maternal uncle, brother of someone’s mother, or husband of the sister of someone's mother
oncle paternel {m}  :: a paternal uncle, brother of someone’s father
oncogène {m}  :: oncogene
oncologie {f}  :: The medical specialism oncology (cancers)
oncologique {adj}  :: oncologic
oncologue {m}  :: oncologist (one who specialises in oncology)
oncoprotéine {f} [protein]  :: oncoprotein
oncques {adv} [obsolete]  :: one day
oncques {adv} [obsolete, used with "ne"]  :: never
onction {f}  :: unction
onctueusement {adv}  :: runnily, unctuously
onctueux {adj}  :: runny (unctuous, in liquid form)
ondé {adj} [heraldry]  :: wavy; undy
ondé {adj} [literary]  :: wavy (of hair)
ondée {adj}  :: feminine form of ondé
ondée {f}  :: shower (rain)
onde {f} [literary, dated]  :: water, especially calm water,
onde {f} [technical]  :: wave
onde de choc {f} [astronomy]  :: bow shock
onde de choc {f}  :: shockwave
ondelette {f}  :: wavelet
ondin {m}  :: merfolk, merman
ondine {f}  :: undine, mermaid
ondinisme {m} [sexuality]  :: urophilia, urolagnia
on-dit {m}  :: hearsay (evidence based on the reports of others rather than on personal knowledge)
ondoyant {adj}  :: undulant
ondoyer {v}  :: to sway, undulate
ondulation {f}  :: undulation
ondulatoire {adj} [physics]  :: wave (attributive)
ondulatoire {adj}  :: undulatory
onduler {v}  :: to wave (wave one's hand)
onduleur {m}  :: converter, inverter (of electricity)
onduleusement {adv}  :: sinuously
onduleux {adj}  :: billowing
onduleux {adj}  :: undulating, sinuous
ONG {initialism}  :: NGO (non-governmental organisation)
ongle {m}  :: nail, fingernail
onglerie {f}  :: nail bar
onglet {m}  :: a hanger steak
onglet {m} [mechanics]  :: fillet fairing joining wing root to fuselage
onglet {m}  :: tab (navigational widget in a GUI)
onguent {m}  :: ointment; salve; unguent
ongulé {m}  :: ungulate
onirique {adj} [attributive]  :: dream
onirique {adj}  :: dreamlike
onirique {adj}  :: inspired by dreams
onirique {adj}  :: oneiric
onirisme {m}  :: dreaminess, dreams; fantasizing
onirisme {m} [psychology]  :: oneirism
on n'attrape pas des mouches avec du vinaigre {proverb}  :: Honey catches more flies than vinegar; you can catch more flies with honey than with vinegar
on ne saurait faire boire un âne qui n'a pas soif {proverb}  :: You can lead a horse to water but you can't make him drink
onomastique {adj}  :: onomastic
onomastique {f} [linguistics]  :: onomastics
onomastiquement {adv}  :: onomastically
onomatologie {f}  :: onomatology
onomatopée {f} [uncountable]  :: onomatopoeia
onques {adv} [obsolete]  :: one day
onques {adv} [obsolete, used with "ne"]  :: never
onéreux {adj}  :: onerous
-ons {suffix}  :: A suffix denoting the first-person plural present indicative form of a verb
Onésime {prop}  :: Onesimus
ontarien {adj}  :: Ontarian (relating to Ontario)
Ontarien {m}  :: Ontarian (someone from Ontario)
Ontarienne {f}  :: feminine form of Ontarien
Ontario {prop}  :: Ontario (all senses)
ontogénétique {adj}  :: ontogenetic, ontogenic
ontologie {f} [philosophy]  :: ontology (the metaphysical study of being)
ontologique {adj}  :: ontological
ontologiquement {adv}  :: ontologically
ONU {prop} [politics, government]  :: initialism of Organisation des Nations Unies (UNO; often used for UN (United Nations))
onusien {adj}  :: UN (attributive)
onze {num}  :: eleven
onzième {adj}  :: eleventh
onzième {mf}  :: eleventh
onzièmement {adv}  :: eleventhly
oolithique {adj} [geology]  :: oolitic
OPA {initialism}  :: (offre publique d'achat) takeover bid (UK), tender offer (US)
opacifier {vt}  :: to opacify
opacité {f}  :: opacity; opaqueness
opale {f}  :: opal
opalin {adj}  :: opal (having an opal color)
opaque {adj}  :: opaque
opaquement {adv}  :: opaquely
open {m}  :: open tournament
operculé {adj}  :: sealed (especially with an operculum)
opercule {f}  :: operculum
ophidien {adj}  :: ophidian
ophidien {m}  :: ophidian
ophiographie {f}  :: ophiography
Ophélie {prop}  :: female given name, cognate to Ophelia; popular in the 1990s
ophtalmie {f}  :: ophthalmia
ophtalmie égyptienne {f} [disease]  :: Egyptian ophthalmia (trachoma)
ophtalmique {adj}  :: ophthalmic
ophtalmo {mf} [informal]  :: optician, ophthalmologist
ophtalmologie {f}  :: ophthalmology
ophtalmologique {adj}  :: ophthalmological
ophtalmologiste {mf}  :: ophthalmologist
ophtalmologue {mf}  :: ophthalmologist
opiacé {adj}  :: opiate
opiacé {m}  :: opiate
opiner {v}  :: to opine
opinion {f}  :: opinion (thought, estimation)
opinion publique {f}  :: public opinion (opinion of the public)
opiniâtre {adj}  :: obdurate. stubborn, obstinate (stubbornly persistent, generally in wrongdoing; refusing to reform or repent)
opiniâtrement {adv}  :: doggedly, persistently
opiniâtrement {adv}  :: stubbornly, obstinately
opiniâtreté {f}  :: stubbornness, obstinacy
opioïde {m}  :: opioid
opiomane {mf}  :: opium addict
opiomanie {f}  :: opium addiction
opopanax {m}  :: opopanax (all meanings)
opoponax {m}  :: alternative spelling of opopanax
opossum {m}  :: opossum
opothérapie {f} [medicine]  :: organotherapy
opportun {adj}  :: expedient
opportun {adj}  :: opportune, timely
opportun {adj}  :: suitable
opportunisme {m}  :: opportunism (the taking of opportunities)
opportuniste {adj}  :: opportunistic
opportunité {f}  :: opportunity
opportunément {adv}  :: opportunely
opposant {m}  :: challenger
opposant {m}  :: opponent (someone to defeat)
opposer {v}  :: to oppose
opposition {f}  :: opposition
oppressant {adj}  :: oppressive
oppresser {vt}  :: to oppress
oppresser {vt}  :: to squeeze so as to prevent breathing
oppresseur {m}  :: oppressor
oppressif {adj}  :: oppressive
oppressivement {adv}  :: oppressively
opprimer {v}  :: to oppress (to keep down by force)
opprobre {m}  :: opprobrium, infamy
opéra {m}  :: opera
opérable {adj}  :: operable
opéra bouffe {m}  :: opera bouffe
opéra comique {m}  :: an opera characterised by spoken dialogue interspersed between the arias and ensemble numbers
opérande {m} [mathematics, computing]  :: operand (quantity to which an operator is applied)
opérateur {m} [mathematics]  :: operator
opérateur {m}  :: operator (someone who operates)
opération {f}  :: Operation (medical operation)
opération {f}  :: operation (method by which a device performs its function)
opération de changement de sexe {f}  :: sex reassignment surgery
opérationnel {adj}  :: operational (all meanings)
opérationnellement {adv}  :: operationally
opératoire {adj}  :: operative
opératoire {adj}  :: surgical
opératrice {f}  :: feminine form of opérateur
opérer {vt}  :: to operate (on)
opérette {f} [music]  :: operetta, light opera
optatif {adj} [grammar]  :: optative
optativement {adv}  :: optatively
opter {v}  :: to opt
opticien {m}  :: optician
opticienne {f}  :: feminine form of opticien
optimal {adj}  :: optimal
optimalement {adv}  :: optimally
optimisé {adj}  :: optimized
optimisation {f}  :: optimization
optimiser {v}  :: to optimize
optimisme {m}  :: optimism
optimiste {adj}  :: optimistic
optimiste {mf}  :: optimist
option {f}  :: option
optionnel {adj}  :: optional
optionnellement {adv}  :: optionally
optique {adj}  :: optic, optical
optiquement {adv}  :: optically
optoélectronique {adj}  :: optoelectronic
optoélectronique {f}  :: optoelectronics
opulemment {adv}  :: opulently
opulence {f}  :: opulence
opulent {adj}  :: opulent
opuntia {m}  :: opuntia (flower)
opuscule {m}  :: opuscule
OQ {initialism}  :: Officier de l'Ordre National du Québec
-oïque {suffix} [organic chemistry]  :: -oic
oque {f}  :: An oka: any of various units of mass formerly used in Turkey, Greece, and Egypt, all being approximately 1¼ kilograms (2¾ pounds)
or {adv} [obsolete]  :: now, presently
or {conj}  :: yet, however
or {m}  :: gold
or {m} [tincture]  :: or (yellow in heraldry)
oracle {m}  :: oracle
orage {m}  :: A device on an organ, which produces a "thunder" effect, usually by playing a large cluster chord on the pedalboard
orage {m} [literary]  :: turmoil, tumult
orage {m}  :: storm, upset
orage {m}  :: thunderstorm
orageusement {adv}  :: stormily
orageux {adj}  :: stormy, tumultuous (a situation)
orageux {adj}  :: stormy (weather)
oraison {f}  :: oration
oraison {f}  :: orison, meditative prayer
oral {adj}  :: oral
oralement {adv}  :: orally
oralité {f}  :: orality, the spoken word
oranais {adj}  :: Oranese (from or relating to Oran)
Oranais {m}  :: Oranese (person from Oran)
Oranaise {f}  :: feminine form of Oranais
orangé {adj}  :: orangey
orange {adj}  :: orange
orange {f}  :: orange (fruit)
orange {m}  :: orange (color)
Orange {n}  :: Orange (town in the Vaucluse department in southern France)
oranger {m}  :: orange tree
oranger {v}  :: to make orange in color
orangeraie {f}  :: orange tree orchard
orangerie {f}  :: orangery
orang-outan {m}  :: orangutan [arboreal anthropoid ape]
orang-outang {m}  :: orangutan
orateur {m}  :: orator
orateur {m}  :: speaker, public speaker
oratoire {adj}  :: oratorical
oratoire {m} [religion]  :: oratory (room)
oratoirement {adv}  :: oratorically
oratrice {f}  :: feminine form of orateur
orbe {m}  :: globus cruciger
orbe {m} [obsolete]  :: circle
orbe {m}  :: orb (spherical body)
orbital {adj}  :: orbital
orbitalaire {adj} [physics]  :: orbital (of an atom or molecule, attributive)
orbitale {f} [physics]  :: orbital (of an atom or molecule)
orbite {f} [anatomy]  :: eye socket
orbite {f}  :: orbit (path of one object around another)
orbiter {v}  :: to orbit (circle another object)
Orcades {prop}  :: Orkney Islands (group of islands)
orcadien {adj}  :: Orcadian
Orcadien {m}  :: Orcadian
Orcadienne {f}  :: feminine form of Orcadien
orchestral {adj}  :: orchestral
orchestrateur {m} [music]  :: orchestrator
orchestre {m}  :: orchestra
orchestrer {v}  :: to orchestrate
orchidée {f}  :: orchid
orchite {f} [pathology]  :: orchitis
ordi {m} [slang]  :: A computer; comp, puter
ordinaire {adj}  :: ordinary
ordinaire {m}  :: ordinary, usual
ordinairement {adv}  :: ordinarily; normally
ordinal {adj}  :: ordinal
ordinariat {m}  :: ordinariate
ordinateur {m}  :: A computer, a computing device
ordinateur {m} [archaic, Christianity]  :: One who performs an ordination ceremony
ordinateur portable {m}  :: laptop computer
ordiphone {m}  :: a smartphone
ordonné {adj}  :: arranged, ordered
ordonné {adj}  :: prescribed
ordonnance {f} [legal]  :: order, decree
ordonnance {f} [legal]  :: ordinance
ordonnance {f} [medicine]  :: prescription
ordonnancement {m}  :: arrangement
ordonnancement {m} [computing]  :: sequencing
ordonnancement {m}  :: scheduling
ordonnancer {v} [finance]  :: to authorize
ordonnateur {m}  :: organizer, director (one who gives orders)
ordonnée {f}  :: ordinate (y coordinate)
ordonner {v} [religion]  :: to ordain
ordonner {v}  :: to arrange, to organiser, sort out (put in order)
ordonner {v}  :: to order (give an order)
ordonner {v}  :: to prescribe (e.g. medicine)
ordre {m} [architecture]  :: classical order
ordre {m} [finance]  :: order
ordre {m}  :: kind, sort
ordre {m} [legal]  :: order (calm)
ordre {m}  :: order (group)
ordre {m}  :: order (instruction)
ordre {m}  :: order (tidiness)
ordre {m}  :: order (way in which things are arranged)
ordre {m}  :: region (used in estimations)
ordre {m} [taxonomy]  :: order
ordre des mots {m}  :: word order (order of syntactic constituents)
ordure {f}  :: dung, animal faeces
ordure {f}  :: garbage, refuse
ordure {f} [slang]  :: obscenity, filthy material
ordure {f} [slang, pejorative]  :: a filthy person
ordurier {adj}  :: foul, filthy
orée {f} [literary]  :: edge, border
oreille {f}  :: ear
oreille externe {f} [anatomy]  :: outer ear (portion of ear)
oreiller {m}  :: pillow
oreillette {f}  :: auricle (part of the heart)
oreillette {f} [botany]  :: European Wild Ginger
oreillette {f}  :: earphone (transducer, earpiece or headphone)
oreillons {mp}  :: mumps
ores {adv} [obsolete except in phrases]  :: now
orfraie {f}  :: bird of ill omen
orfraie {f}  :: osprey
orfraie {f}  :: white-tailed eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla)
orfèvre {m}  :: goldsmith, silversmith
orfèvrerie {f}  :: gold plate, silver plate
orfèvrerie {f}  :: the trade of making such things
orfévri {adj} [archaic]  :: wrought, crafted
organe {m} [anatomy]  :: organ (any part of the body)
organe {m}  :: body (of an organization), organ
organe {m}  :: organ (official publication)
organe {m}  :: system (of mechanical parts)
organe {m}  :: voice
organelle {m} [cytology]  :: organelle
organes génitaux {mp} [anatomy]  :: genitals, genitalia
organigramme {m}  :: organization chart, organigram (chart of reporting relationships in an organization)
organique {adj}  :: organic (all meanings)
organiquement {adv}  :: organically
organisateur {m}  :: organizer, host
organisation {f}  :: organization
Organisation des Nations Unies {prop}  :: United Nations Organization
organisationnel {adj}  :: organizational
organisation non gouvernementale {f}  :: non-governmental organization (organization without government funding)
organisatrice {f}  :: feminine form of organisateur
organiser {v}  :: to organise; to plan an event
organiser {v}  :: to organise; to put something in a specific order
organiseur {f}  :: organizer (hand-held micro-computer)
organisme {m}  :: organisation
organisme {m}  :: organism (all senses)
organiste {mf}  :: organist
organite {m} [cytology]  :: organelle
organoarsénié {adj} [chemistry]  :: organoarsenic
organoboronique {adj} [organic chemistry]  :: organoboronic
organobromé {adj} [organic chemistry]  :: organobromine (attributive)
organochloré {adj}  :: organochlorinated
organochloré {m}  :: organochloride (chlorine substituted organic compound)
organofluoré {adj} [organic chemistry]  :: organofluorine (attributive)
organoiodé {adj} [organic chemistry]  :: organoiodine (attributive)
organoleptique {adj}  :: organoleptic
organoleptiquement {adv}  :: organoleptically
organolithien {m} [organic chemistry]  :: organolithium
organomagnésien {adj} [organic chemistry]  :: organomagnesium (attributive)
organomercuriel {adj} [organic chemistry]  :: organomercurial
organométallique {adj} [chemistry]  :: organometallic
organoplombique {adj} [organic chemistry]  :: organolead
organostannique {adj} [organic chemistry]  :: organostannic
organozincique {adj} [organic chemistry]  :: organozinc (attributive)
orgasme {m}  :: orgasm
orgasmique {adj}  :: orgasmic (of or relating to orgasms)
orge {mf}  :: barley
orge perlé {m}  :: pearl barley
orgiastique {adj}  :: orgiastic
orgie {f}  :: orgy (group activity)
orgie {f}  :: orgy (group sex)
orgie {f}  :: orgy, load, ocean, score (large amount)
orgue {m} [musical instruments]  :: organ
orgueil {m}  :: pride; proudness; haughtiness, arrogance
orgueilleusement {adv}  :: proudly; with pride
orgueilleux {adj}  :: haughty, proud, arrogant
orgues {fp} [plurale tantum, geology]  :: columns
orgues {fp} [plurale tantum, music]  :: organ
Orianne {prop}  :: female given name
orienté {adj}  :: guided
orienté {adj}  :: orientated
oriental {adj}  :: Eastern, of the east, of or relating to the Orient especially Asiatic, but most commonly to the Far East
orientaliser {v}  :: to orientalise
orientalisme {m}  :: orientalism
orientaliste {adj}  :: orientalist
orientaliste {m}  :: orientalist
orientation {f}  :: orientation
orientation sexuelle {f}  :: sexual orientation
orienter {v}  :: to guide
orienter {v}  :: to orientate
orienter {v}  :: to set to north
orienteur {m}  :: orienteerer
orienteur {m}  :: school counselor
orifice {m}  :: an orifice
oriflamme {f}  :: banner, standard
oriflamme {f} [historical]  :: oriflamme
origami {m} [chiefly, in the singular]  :: origami
origan {m}  :: oregano (the herb)
origan {m}  :: oregano (the plant)
originaire {adj} [followed by "de"]  :: originating (from)
originairement {adv}  :: originally, at first
original {adj}  :: original
original {m}  :: An original manuscript
original {m}  :: An unusual or eccentric person
originalement {adv}  :: originally
originalité {f}  :: originality
origine {f} [mathematics]  :: origin
origine {f}  :: origin (place of creation)
origine {f}  :: origin (start place)
origine {f}  :: start, beginning
originel {adj}  :: original
originellement {adv}  :: originally
orignal {m} [Canada]  :: moose
oripeau {m} [archaic]  :: shining copper blade
oripeau {m} [in the plural]  :: rags
oriya {m}  :: Oriya (language)
ORL {abbr}  :: abbreviation of otorhinolaryngologie: ENT (otolaryngology)
ORL {abbr}  :: abbreviation of otorhinolaryngologique (otolaryngological)
ORL {abbr}  :: abbreviation of otorhinolaryngologiste (otolaryngologist)
orléanais {adj}  :: someone of or from Orleans
Orléanais {m}  :: someone of or from Orleans
Orléanaise {f}  :: feminine form of Orléanais
Orléans {prop}  :: Orleans (a city in France)
orle {m} [heraldiccharge]  :: orle
orme {m}  :: elm
ormeau {m}  :: abalone (mollusc)
ormeau {m}  :: (small) elm
orme de Sibérie {m}  :: Siberian elm
or mussif {m}  :: mosaic gold
Orne {prop}  :: a river in France
ornement {m} [figuratively]  :: jewel
ornement {m}  :: ornament, embellishment
ornement {m}  :: show
ornemental {adj}  :: ornamental
ornementalement {adv}  :: ornamentally
ornementation {f}  :: ornamentation
ornementation {f}  :: ornateness
ornementer {vt}  :: to ornement
orner {v}  :: to decorate, to adorn
ornière {f}  :: rut
ornithologie {f}  :: ornithology
ornithologique {adj}  :: ornithological
ornithologue {mf}  :: ornithologist
ornithophilie {f}  :: ornithophily
ornithopode {m}  :: ornithopod
ornithorynque {m}  :: platypus
orogenèse {f}  :: orogenesis
orogénique {adj}  :: orogenic
orographie {f}  :: orography
orographique {adj}  :: orographic
orographiquement {adv}  :: orographically
oronge {f}  :: agaric
orotique {adj} [organic chemistry]  :: orotic
orpaillage {m}  :: placer mining
orpailleur {m}  :: gold prospector, gold panner, one who pans for gold
Orphée {prop} [Greek mythology]  :: Orpheus
orphelin {adj}  :: orphaned
orphelin {m}  :: orphan
orphelinat {m}  :: orphanage
orque {f}  :: killer whale; orca
orteil {m}  :: toe
ortho- {prefix}  :: right
orthodontie {f} [surgery]  :: orthodontics
orthodontiste {mf}  :: orthodontist
orthodoxe {adj}  :: orthodox
orthodoxe {adj} [religion]  :: Orthodox
orthodoxe {mf}  :: orthodox (person)
orthodoxement {adv}  :: orthodoxly
orthodoxie {f}  :: orthodoxy
orthodromie {f}  :: orthodromic distance
orthodromique {adj}  :: orthodromic
orthogenèse {f}  :: orthogenesis
orthogénie {f}  :: family planning
orthogonal {adj}  :: orthogonal
orthogonalement {adv}  :: orthogonally
orthographe {f}  :: orthography; spelling
orthographie {f} [architecture]  :: orthography, orthographic projection
orthographie {f} [chiefly, before 1900]  :: obsolete form of orthographe
orthographier {v}  :: to spell
orthographique {adj}  :: orthographic, orthographical
orthographiquement {adv}  :: orthographically
orthopédie {f}  :: orthopaedics
orthopédique {adj}  :: orthopedic
orthopédiste {mf}  :: orthopaedist
orthophonie {f}  :: speech therapy
orthophoniste {mf}  :: speech therapist
orthoépie {m}  :: orthoepy
orthoépique {adj}  :: orthoepic
orthoptère {m}  :: orthopteran
orthoptéroïde {m}  :: orthopteroid
orthorhombique {adj}  :: orthorhombic
orthorhombiquement {adv}  :: orthorhombically
orthose {f} [mineralogy]  :: orthoclase
ortie {f}  :: nettle
ortolan {m}  :: ortolan (small bird)
orvet {m}  :: slowworm
orwellien {adj}  :: Orwellian
oryctérope {m}  :: aardvark
osé {adj}  :: daring, risqué
os {m}  :: bone
-os {suffix} [slang]  :: Slang ending of nouns, adjectives and adverbs; without changing the meaning
oscillateur {m}  :: oscillator
oscillateur de battement {m}  :: beat frequency oscillator
oscillatoire {adj}  :: oscillatory
osciller {v}  :: to oscillate
osciller {v}  :: to wobble
oscillographique {adj}  :: oscillographic
oscule {m} [biology]  :: osculum
-ose {suffix} [chemistry]  :: -ose, a saccharide (simple sugar)
-ose {suffix} [pathology]  :: -osis, a functional disease or condition
oseille {f}  :: [botany] sorrel
oseille {f} [colloquial]  :: dough, dosh, bread (money)
oser {v} [Switzerland]  :: to be allowed to
oser {v}  :: to dare
oseraie {f}  :: willow orchard
os ethmoïde {m}  :: ethmoid bone
os frontal {m}  :: frontal bone
os hyoïde {m}  :: hyoid bone
oside {m} [carbohydrate]  :: saccharide (especially a polymeric one)
osidique {adj} [organic chemistry]  :: saccharidic
osier {m} [countable]  :: osier (tree)
osier {m} [uncountable]  :: wicker
-osité {suffix}  :: -osity
os lacrymal {m}  :: lacrimal bone
Oslo {prop}  :: Oslo
osmium {m}  :: osmium
osmolalité {f} [chemistry]  :: osmolality
osmose {m}  :: osmosis
osmotique {adj}  :: osmotic
os nasal {m}  :: nasal bone
os occipital {m}  :: occipital bone
os palatin {m}  :: palatine bone
os pariétal {m}  :: parietal bone
os pisiforme {m}  :: pisiform bone
osque {adj}  :: Oscan
osque {m}  :: Oscan
oùsque {adv}  :: alternative form of où (interrogative or relative)
Osque {mf}  :: Oscan (person)
ossature {f}  :: bone structure
ossature {f}  :: frame, structure, framework
osselet {m}  :: jack, knucklebone
osselet {m}  :: small bone; (of the ear) ossicle
ossements {n}  :: bones, denuded of flesh
osseux {adj}  :: bony
osseux {adj}  :: osseous
ossifier {v}  :: to ossify (turn to bone)
osso buco {m}  :: osso buco
os sphénoïde {m}  :: sphenoid bone
Ossète {mf}  :: an Ossetian
Ossétie {prop}  :: Ossetia, a Caucasian region, ancestral home of the Ossetic culture
Ossétie du Nord {prop}  :: The Russian Caucasian region North Ossetia
Ossétie du Sud {prop}  :: The Georgian Caucasian region South Ossetia
ossuaire {m}  :: ossuary
os temporal {m}  :: temporal bone
Ostende {prop}  :: Ostend
ostensible {adj}  :: apparent
ostensiblement {adv}  :: conspicuously
ostensiblement {adv}  :: ostensibly, apparently
ostensoir {m}  :: monstrance (ornamental in which the consecrated host is placed for veneration)
ostentatoire {adj}  :: ostentatious
ostentatoirement {adv}  :: ostentatiously
ostie {f} [Quebec, vulgar]  :: An expletive and intensifier for all purposes
Ostie {prop}  :: Ostia
ostéoïde {adj}  :: osteoid
ostéoïde {m}  :: osteoid
ostéodystrophie {f}  :: osteodystrophy
ostéoformation {f}  :: osteoformation
ostéogenèse {f} [physiology]  :: osteogenesis
ostéomalacie {f} [pathology]  :: osteomalacia
ostéomyélite {f} [pathology]  :: osteomyelitis
ostéoporose {f} [pathology]  :: osteoporosis
ostraciser {vt}  :: to ostracize
ostracisme {m}  :: ostracism
os trapèze {m} [skeleton]  :: trapezium
os trapézoïde {m} [skeleton]  :: trapezoid bone
ostréicole {adj} [attributive]  :: oyster; oyster farming
ostréiculteur {m}  :: oyster farmer
ostréiculture {f}  :: oyster farming
ostrogoth {m} [informal]  :: a barbarian, an uncivilized bigot
os zygomatique {m}  :: zygomatic bone
-ot {suffix}  :: A diminutive indicator for certain words, functioning similarly to the more common -et. Used for some names, such as Pierrot
oût {m}  :: (Rare) Variant spelling of août
otage {mf}  :: hostage
OTAN {prop} [acronym]  :: NATO
otarie {f}  :: sea lion
-ote {suffix}  :: feminine form of -ot
-ote {suffix}  :: suffix indicating provenance
-oter {suffix} [colloquial]  :: Forming verbs from other verbs, with a diminutive or frequentative sense
otologie {f}  :: otology (the branch of medicine that deals with the ear)
otorhinolaryngologie {f} [medicine, 1990 spelling reform]  :: otorhinolaryngology
oto-rhino-laryngologie {f} [medicine]  :: otorhinolaryngology
otorhinolaryngologique {n} [medicine, 1990 spelling reform]  :: otorhinolaryngological
oto-rhino-laryngologique {n} [medicine]  :: otorhinolaryngological
otorhinolaryngologiste {mf} [medicine, 1990 spelling reform]  :: otorhinolaryngologist
oto-rhino-laryngologiste {mf} [medicine]  :: otorhinolaryngologist
Otrante {prop}  :: Otranto
Ottawa {prop}  :: Ottawa (capital city of Canada)
-otte {suffix}  :: feminine form of -ot; forming feminine nouns and adjectives, chiefly with diminutive effect
ottonien {adj}  :: Ottonian
ou {conj}  :: either
ou {conj}  :: or
ouaï {m} [slang, Marseille dialect]  :: mess, chaos
ouaf {interj} [onomatopoeia]  :: woof, the sound of a dog's bark
ouagalais {adj}  :: From or related to Ouagadougou
ouah {adv} [informal]  :: yeah, yep, yup
ouah {interj} [informal]  :: wow!
ouah {interj} [informal]  :: yeah, yep, yup
ouaille {adv} [informal]  :: yeah, yep, yup
ouaille {f}  :: ewe
ouaille {f} [in plural]  :: flock (of sheep, or the people looked after by a Christian pastor)
ouaille {interj} [informal]  :: yeah, yep, yup
ouais {interj}  :: (expresses joy) whoo
ouais {interj} [informal]  :: yeah, yep, yup
ouais {interj} [obsolete]  :: wow
ouananiche {f} [Canada]  :: a wananish / winninish
oua-oua {interj}  :: A representation of a dog's bark
ouaouaron {m}  :: bullfrog
ouaté {adj}  :: muffled
ouaté {adj}  :: quilted
ouate {f}  :: cotton wool
ouater {v}  :: to cotton-wool (cover with cotton wool)
oublié {adj}  :: forgotten
oubli {m}  :: oversight (omission)
oubliable {adj}  :: forgettable
oublier {v}  :: to forget
oublier {v}  :: to leave something behind by accident
oubliette {f}  :: oubliette
oublieusement {adv}  :: obliviously
oublieux {adj}  :: oblivious, forgetful (failing to remember)
ouï-dire {m}  :: hearsay
ouïe {f}  :: gill (breathing organ)
ouïe {f}  :: hearing, audition
oued {m}  :: wadi (a valley, gully, or stream-bed in northern Africa and southwest Asia that remains dry except during the rainy season)
ouest {m}  :: west
Ouest {prop}  :: West (Western block, Western Europe)
ouest-nord-ouest {m}  :: west-northwest (compass point)
ouest-quart-nord-ouest {m}  :: west by north (compass point)
ouest-quart-sud-ouest {m}  :: north-northwest (compass point)
ouest-sud-ouest {m}  :: west-southwest (compass point)
ouf {adj} [slang]  :: crazy; nuts
ouf {interj}  :: phew!, whew!
ouf {m} [slang]  :: crazy person, nutter
Ouganda {prop}  :: Uganda
ougandais {adj}  :: Ugandan
Ougandais {m}  :: Ugandan (A person from Uganda or of Ugandan descent)
Ougandaise {f}  :: feminine form of Ougandais
oui {adv}  :: yes
oui {interj}  :: yes
ouillage {m}  :: ullage (topping up)
ouille {interj}  :: ouch! ow!
ouiller {v}  :: to add wine to a barrel to replace evaporated wine
ouiménon {adv} [colloquial]  :: kinda
ouip {interj}  :: informal form of ouipe
ouipe {interj} [informal, neologism]  :: Yep; yup
ouistiti {m}  :: marmoset
oukase {m}  :: alternative spelling of ukase
Oulan-Bator {prop}  :: Ulan Bator
oule {f} [by extension]  :: town or village located near such a fluvial feature
oule {f}  :: cauldron, handleless earthen pot, marmite
oule {f} [geography, by extension]  :: watercourse that contains such a pothole
oule {f} [geography]  :: pothole, water cavity
Oulipo {abbr}  :: Ouvroir de littérature potentielle (workshop of potential literature): a loose gathering of (mainly) French-speaking writers and mathematicians who seek to create works using constrained writing techniques
OuLiPo {abbr}  :: alternative spelling of Oulipo
ouolof {m}  :: alternative form of wolof
oups {interj}  :: oops, whoops
ouïr {v} [archaic]  :: to hear, to listen
ouragan {m} [weather]  :: hurricane
Oural {prop}  :: Urals
ouraline {m}  :: uranium glass
ouralo-altaïque {adj}  :: Ural-Altaic
ouranien {adj}  :: uranian, celestial
ourdir {vt} [by extension]  :: to plot (set up a plan)
ourdir {vt}  :: to warp (set up a weaving frame)
ourdou {adj}  :: Urdu (related to the Urdu language)
ourdou {m}  :: the Urdu langue
ourler {v}  :: to hem
ourlet {m} [anatomy]  :: rim, helix
ourlet {m}  :: hem
ours {m}  :: bear (animal)
ours {m}  :: masthead (list of a newspaper's main staff)
ours blanc {m}  :: polar bear
ourse {f}  :: she-bear (a female bear)
ours en peluche {m}  :: teddy bear (a stuffed toy bear)
oursin {m}  :: sea urchin
ours noir {m}  :: black bear
ourson {m}  :: cub; bear cub
oursonne {f}  :: feminine form of ourson
ours polaire {m}  :: polar bear
-ouse {suffix}  :: Forming feminine nouns of colloquial or slang speech (from other nouns)
ousque {adv}  :: alternative form of oùsque
Oussouriisk {prop}  :: Ussuriysk
ouste {interj}  :: shoo, begone, hop it!
oustiti {interj} [colloquial]  :: cheese (used to make someone smile when posing for a photo)
oustiti {m}  :: marmoset
outarde {m}  :: bustard
outarde {m}  :: Canada goose
outil {m}  :: tool (something design to aid in a task)
outillé {adj}  :: equipped
outillage {m}  :: tools
outiller {vt}  :: to equip; to tool up
outré {adj}  :: excessive
outré {adj}  :: outrageous
outrage {m} [literary]  :: onslaught
outrage {m}  :: offence, insult, contempt
outrageant {adj}  :: offensive, insulting
outrageant {adj}  :: outrageous
outrager {v}  :: to offend greatly, insult
outrager {v}  :: to outrage
outrageusement {adv}  :: outrageously
outrageux {adj}  :: outrageous, over-the-top
outrance {f}  :: excess
outrance {f}  :: extravagance
outrancier {adj}  :: outrageous
outrancier {adj}  :: outre
outrancièrement {adv}  :: outrageously
outre {f}  :: goatskin, wine skin, water skin
outre {prep}  :: as well as, besides, on top of
outrecuidamment {adv}  :: overweeningly, presumptuously
outrecuidance {f}  :: presumptuousness, impertinence
outrecuidant {adj} [literary]  :: overweening, presumptuous
outre-Manche {adv}  :: across the Channel (i.e., in the UK)
outremer {adj}  :: ultramarine
outremer {m}  :: ultramarine (color)
outrepasser {v}  :: to go beyond, exceed, overstep
outrer {vt}  :: to exaggerate
outrer {vt}  :: to outrage
outsider {m}  :: long shot, dark horse, outsider
ouvert {adj}  :: open
ouvertement {adv}  :: openly; overtly
ouverture {f} [music]  :: overture
ouverture {f}  :: opening
ouvré {adj}  :: working, work (attributive)
ouvrable {adj}  :: working, business (attributive)
ouvragé {adj}  :: elaborate (finely wrought)
ouvrage {m}  :: book, volume
ouvrage {m}  :: piece of work
ouvrage {m}  :: work, labour
ouvrage {m}  :: work, oeuvre
ouvre-boîtes {m}  :: can-opener, tin-opener (British)
ouvre-boîtes {m}  :: (plural) can-openers, tin-openers
ouvre-bouteille {m}  :: bottle opener (literally "open-bottle")
ouvrer {v}  :: to work
ouvreur {m}  :: forerunner
ouvreur {m}  :: opener
ouvreuse {f}  :: usherette
ouvrier {m}  :: operator
ouvrier {m}  :: worker, labourer (manual worker); workman
ouvrir {vr} [s'ouvrir]  :: to open (become open)
ouvrir {vt}  :: to begin
ouvrir {vt}  :: to open
ouvrière {f}  :: feminine form of ouvrier (female worker)
ouvrière {f} [zoology]  :: worker (bee)
ouvrir le feu {vi}  :: to open fire
ouvroir {m}  :: workroom, sewing room
ouwarovite {f}  :: alternative form of uvarovite
ouzbek {adj}  :: Uzbek (of or pertaining to Uzbekistan or its people or culture)
ouzbek {m}  :: Uzbek, the Uzbek language
Ouzbek {mf}  :: Uzbek (a person)
Ouzbékistan {prop}  :: Uzbekistan
-ouze {suffix}  :: Forming feminine nouns of colloquial or slang speech (from other nouns)
ouzo {m}  :: ouzo
ovaire {m}  :: ovary
ovale {adj}  :: oval
ovale {m}  :: oval
ovalène {m} [organic compound]  :: ovalene
ovarien {adj}  :: ovarian
ovation {f}  :: ovation
ovationner {vt}  :: to cheer (give an ovation)
overbooker {v}  :: to overbook
overdose {f} [medicine]  :: overdose
Overijssel {prop}  :: Overijssel
Ovide {prop}  :: Ovid
ovin {adj}  :: ovine (of or relating to sheep)
ovin {m}  :: ovine (a sheep)
ovipare {adj}  :: oviparous (egg laying)
ovni {m}  :: UFO
OVNI {abbr}  :: UFO
ovniologie {f}  :: ufology
ovniologue {mf}  :: ufologist
ovocyte {m} [cytology]  :: oocyte
ovoïde {adj}  :: ovoid
ovulation {f}  :: ovulation
ovuler {v}  :: to ovulate
oxacide {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: oxyacid
oxalate {m}  :: oxalate
oxalique {adj} [organic chemistry]  :: oxalic
oxaloacétate {m} [organic chemistry]  :: oxaloacetate
oxaloacétique {adj} [organic chemistry]  :: oxaloacetic
oxalurique {adj} [organic chemistry]  :: oxaluric
oxanion {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: oxyanion
oxfordien {adj}  :: Oxfordian, Oxonian
Oxfordien {m}  :: Oxfordian, Oxonian
oxirène {m} [organic compound]  :: oxirene
oxoacide {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: oxoacid
oxoacétate {m} [organic chemistry]  :: oxoacetate
oxoacétique {adj} [organic chemistry]  :: oxoacetic
oxépane {m} [organic compound]  :: oxepane
oxépine {m} [organic compound]  :: oxepine
oxétane {m} [organic compound]  :: oxetane
oxychloration {f} [chemistry]  :: oxychlorination
oxychlorique {adj} [inorganic chemistry]  :: oxychloric
oxychlorure {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: oxychloride
oxydable {adj}  :: liable to rust
oxydable {adj}  :: oxidizable
oxydant {adj}  :: oxidant (attributive)
oxydant {m}  :: oxidant
oxydase {f} [enzyme]  :: oxidase
oxydatif {adj} [chemistry]  :: oxidative
oxydation {f} [chemistry]  :: oxidation
oxyde {m} [chemistry]  :: oxide
oxyde de carbone {m}  :: carbon dioxide
oxyder {vp}  :: to oxidise
oxyder {v}  :: to oxidise
oxydoréduction {f} [chemistry]  :: oxidoreduction, redox reaction
oxyfluorure {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: oxyfluoride
oxygéné {adj}  :: bleached (with peroxide)
oxygéné {adj}  :: oxygenated
oxygénase {f} [enzyme]  :: oxygenase
oxygénateur {m}  :: oxygenator
oxygénation {f}  :: oxygenation
oxygène {m}  :: oxygen
oxygéner {v}  :: to oxygenate
oxyhydroxyde {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: oxyhydroxide
oxymore {m}  :: oxymoron (figure of speech)
oxynitrure {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: oxynitride
oxysulfure {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: oxysulfide / oxysulphide
oxytétrafluorure {m} [inorganic chemistry]  :: oxytetrafluoride
-oyer {suffix}  :: A suffix used to form some verbs, often with factitive effect
oz {symbol}  :: oz
ozone {m}  :: ozone (O3')
ozoner {v}  :: to ozonate
ozoniser {v}  :: to ozonize
ozonolyse {f} [chemistry]  :: ozonolysis
ôter {vp}  :: to move oneself, get out of the way
ôter {v}  :: to remove, cut (text etc.); to take away (in arithmetic)
ôter {v}  :: to take away, remove
ôter {v}  :: to take off, remove (clothes etc.)
ôter {v}  :: to take (something) away from someone; to deprive