OE is defined as an abbreviation for Old English.
An example of OE is Old English, the English language which was spoken in England from about 450 to 1150.
a whirlwind near the Faroe Islands
Origin of oe; from Faeroese othi ; from othur, raging ; from Old Norse other
a variant spelling for e- in many words of Greek and Latin origin: oecumenical, oestrogen
- Football offensive end
- Old English
- Alternative form of OE.
- (literary or poetic, rare) A small island.
From Danish Ã¸.