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Odʹyle (2 syl.)

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That which emanates from a medium to produce the several phenomena connected with mesmerism, spirit-rapping, table-turning, and so on. The productions of these “manifestations” is sometimes called odʹylism. Baron Reichenbach called it Od force, a force which becomes manifest wherever chemical action is going on.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Odhærir
Odin
Odium Theologicum
ODoherty (Sir Morgan)
Odor Lucri (Latin)
Odorico (in Orlando Furioso)
Odour
Odour of Sanctity (In the)
Odrysium Carmen
Odur
Odyle
Odyssey
Œdipus
Œil
Œil de Bœuf (L)
Off (Saxon, of; Latin, ab, from, away)
Off-hand
Off his Head
Off the Hooks
Off with his Head! So much for Buckingham!
Offa’s Dyke

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