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Possible correct spellings for oi

  • Ti(Definition of ti)
  • Or(Definition of or)
  • Io(Definition of io)
  • Io ritornato in corte ebbi subito la notizia del secreto sbarco dell' abbatucci nelle spiaggie di solenzara.

  • Op
  • Oik
  • Om(Definition of Om)
  • Oj
  • Oe
  • Political parties and leaders: independent front for the liberation of polynesia (tavini huiraatira) [oscar temaru]; new fatherland party (ai'a api) [emile vernaudon]; people's rally for the republic of polynesia or rpr (tahoeraa huiraatira) [gaston flosse]; the new star (te fetia api) [philippe shyle]; this country is yours (no oe e te nunaa) [nicle bouteau]; union for democracy or upd [oscar temaru]

  • Os(Definition of os)
  • Pi(Definition of pi)
  • Li(Definition of li)
  • "yi-yes, li-li-husband," chattered hoshiko.

  • Ai(Definition of ai)
  • 1. "now it came to pass when adonizedec, king of jerusalem, had heard how joshua had taken ai, and had utterly destroyed it," etc.

  • Vi
  • Ri
  • Hi(Definition of hi)
  • "i see now; but when he said, hi!

    Oh my oh my, makes me wanna cry Cotton brown dresses, Sydney girls...Hi!

    – Sydney Girls by remedy
  • Poi
  • Ni
  • Before he went to penn-syl-va-ni-a he wrote a letter to the indians.

  • Obi(Definition of obi)
  • In keeping with etiquette she didn't open it, merely thanked him graciously and tucked it into her obi.

  • Bi(Definition of bi)
  • You have mentioned my review upon your novel in the bi-weekly.

  • Gi
  • "gi' me it, gi' me it," shouted august, dancing around his father.

  • Oz
  • Oil(Definition of oil)
  • Of(Definition of Of)
  • 251, 252 leipzig, battle of, viii.

  • Ob(Definition of ob)
  • "dis be de track ob golah," said the krooman to harry, after he had examined it.

  • Ow(Definition of OW)
  • Moi
  • "et moi-cupidon," finished the little black boy, running up, and then retreating as fast back into his corner.

  • Mi(Definition of mi)
  • 22, r. 1 e, t. 23 n, 1; 7 mi.

  • Oh(Definition of oh)
  • Oh, oh, oh, oh!"

  • On(Definition of on)
  • Si(Definition of si)
  • Ot
  • Ci
  • A pretty fool i should be if i allowed that ci-devant, who dares to come from london with his british gold, to trap me like a crow!

  • Ox(Definition of ox)
  • Oi
  • "thank ye kindly, but oi guess oi'll have to deny meself the pleasure, me bye," grinned the conductor, and the train drew out of the station.

  • Ii
  • 40 langland, william, ii.

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