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Otos

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A giant, brother of Ephialtēs (q.v.). Both brothers grew nine inches every month. According to Pliny, Otos was forty-six cubits (sixty-six feet) in height. (Greek fable.) (See Giants.)

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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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Ostrich Brains
Ostrich Eggs in Churches
Ostrich Stomachs
Ostringers, Sperviters, Falconers
Oswald’s Well
Othello (in Shakespeare’s tragedy so called)
Othello’s Occupation’s Gone (Shakespeare)
Other Day (The)
Othman, Osman, or Othoman
Otium cum Dig. [dignitate]
Otos
OTrigger (Sir Lucius)
Oui (French for “yes”)
Out
Out-Herod Herod (To)
Out and Out
Out in the Fifteen—i.e
Out in the Forty-five—i.e
Out of Harness
Out of Pocket
Out of Sorts

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