OL Definition

ôl, ōl
abbreviation
Offensive lineman.
Webster's New World
Overtime losses.
American Heritage
Old Latin.
Webster's New World
Olympic Games.
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Office lady (Japanese wasei eigo)

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suffix
An alcohol or a phenol.
Glycerol.
American Heritage
affix
An alcohol or phenol.
Menthol, thymol.
Webster's New World
Webster's New World
noun

Abbreviation of Olympiad.

Wiktionary
adjective

(colloquial) Contraction of old, especially used before names as a sign of affection ("your ol' Grandpa").

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other
A suffix used to form the names of chemical compounds having a hydroxyl (OH) group, such as ethanol.
American Heritage Science

Origin of OL

  • From (alcoh)ol

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • (alcoh)ol

    From Webster's New World College Dictionary, 5th Edition