(Oc"u*lar), n. (Opt.) The eyepiece of an optical instrument, as of a telescope or microscope.
(Oc"u*lar*ly), adv. By the eye, or by actual sight.
(Oc"u*la*ry) a. Of or pertaining to the eye; ocular; optic; as, oculary medicines. Holland.
(Oc"u*late Oc"u*la`ted) a. [L. oculatus, fr. oculus eye.]
1. Furnished with eyes.
2. Having spots or holes resembling eyes; ocellated.
(Oc`u*li*form) a. [L. oculus the eye + form: cf.F. oculiforme.] In the form of an eye; resembling
an eye; as, an oculiform pebble.
(||Oc`u*li"na) n. [NL., fr. L. oculus the eye.] (Zoöl.) A genus of tropical corals, usually branched,
and having a very volid texture.
(||Oc`u*li*na"*ce*a) n. pl. [NL., fr. NL. oculina the name of a typical genus.] (Zoöl.) A suborder
of corals including many reef- building species, having round, starlike calicles.
(Oc"u*list) n. [L. oculus the eye: cf. F. oculiste.] One skilled in treating diseases of the eye.
(Oc"u*lo-) A combining form from L. oculus the eye.
(Oc`u*lo*mo"tor) a. [Oculo- + motor.] (Anat.) Of or pertaining to the movement of the
eye; applied especially to the common motor nerves (or third pair of cranial nerves) which supply
many of the muscles of the orbit. n. The oculomotor nerve.
(Oc`u*lo*na"sal) a. [Oculo- + nasal.] (Anat.) Of or pertaining to the region of the eye and
the nose; as, the oculonasal, or nasal, nerve, one of the branches of the ophthalmic.
(||Oc"u*lus) n.; pl. Oculi [L., an eye.]
1. An eye; (Bot.) a leaf bud.
2. (Arch.) A round window, usually a small one.
(O`cy*po"di*an), n. [Gr. 'wky`s swift + poy`s, podo`s, foot.] (Zoöl.) One of a tribe of crabs
which live in holes in the sand along the seashore, and run very rapidly, whence the name.
(Od) n. [G., fr. Gr. passage.] (Physics) An alleged force or natural power, supposed, by Reichenbach
and others, to produce the phenomena of mesmerism, and to be developed by various agencies, as by
magnets, heat, light, chemical or vital action, etc.; called also odyle or the odylic force. [Archaic]
That od force of German ReichenbachMrs. Browning.
Which still, from female finger tips, burnt blue.
(||O`da`lisque") n. [F., fr. Turk. odaliq chambermaid, fr. oda chamber, room.] A female
slave or concubine in the harem of the Turkish sultan. [Written also odahlic, odalisk, and odalik.]
Not of those that men desire, sleekTennyson.
Odalisques, or oracles of mode.
(Odd) a. [Compar. Odder ; superl. Oddest.] [OE. odde, fr.Icel. oddi a tongue of land, a triangle,
an odd number orig., a point, tip; akin to Icel. oddr point, point of a weapon, Sw. udda odd, udd point,
Dan. od, AS. ord, OHG. ort, G. ort place (cf. E. point, for change of meaning).]