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Olla Podriʹda

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Odds and ends, a mixture of scraps. In Spain it takes the place of the French pot au feu, into which every sort of eatable is thrown and stewed. (See Olio.) Used figuratively, the term means an incongruous mixture, a miscellaneous collection of any kind, a medley.

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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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Olifaunt
Oligarchy [olly-gar-ky]
Olindo
Olio or Oglio
Olive
Olive Branches
Oliver
Oliver or Olivier
Olivetans
Olivia
Olla Podrida
Ollapod
Olympia (in Orlando Furioso)
Olympiad
Olympian Jove
Olympic Games
Olympus
OLynn (Brian)
Om
Oman’s Sea
Ombre