131 English Words Starting With OG

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A chief, employer, or superior.
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A proposed state seeking secession from Ethiopia.
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The chemical element (Symbol Og) with atomic number 118. It is the heaviest known element. Highly radioactive, it does not occur naturally. Originally expected to be a noble gas, it is now predicted to be a reactive metallic solid, and a semi-conductor or a post-transition metal. <ref>[https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/epdf/10.1002/anie.201908327], "Oganesson Is a Semiconductor: On the Relativistic Band-Gap Narrowing in the Heaviest Noble-Gas Solids"</ref>
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In Igbo folklore, an evil spirit that is born into a family to bring them misfortune.
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A fraternal institution indigenous to the Yoruba-speaking polities of Nigeria, Benin and Togo, as well as among the Edo people. It performs a range of political, religious and judicial functions.
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The almond-like seeds of , used to thicken soup etc.
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Definition:
Any member of the family .
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