- Football offensive linemansometimes written ol
- Old Latin
Chem. an alcohol or phenol: menthol, thymol
Origin of -ol(alcoh)ol
(an exclamation) used to express approval, triumph, joy, etc., as at a bullfight or in flamenco dancing
Origin of oléSp, probably ; from hola, hollo, echoic of shout
Variant of –ole.
An alcohol or a phenol: glycerol.
Origin of -olFrom (alcoh)ol.
- offensive lineman
- overtime losses
NounSee also: -ol
- Abbreviation of Olympiad.
- (colloquial) Contraction of old, especially used before names as a sign of affection ("your ol' Grandpa").