Œil-de-bœuf

Œil-de-bœuf, a large reception-room in the palace of Versailles, lighted by a window so called (ox-eye it means), and is the name given in French history to the French Court, particularly during the Revolution period.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Oehler, Gustav * Œland
Odessa
Odin
Odo
Odoacer
O'Donnell, Leopold
Odyssey
Œcolampadius, Joannes
Œdipus
Œhlenschläger, Adam Gottlob
Oehler, Gustav
Œil-de-bœuf
Œland
Œnonë
Oersted, Hans Christian
Oesel
Offa's Dyke
Offenbach, Jacques
Offertory
Ofterdingen, Heinrich von
Ogham
Oglethorpe, James Edward

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Œil-de-bœuf in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable