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Oi Poaaoi (Grose 1811 Dictionary)

Oi Poaaoi

(CAMBRIDGE.) The many; the multitude; who take degrees without being entitled for an honor. All that is REQUIRED, are three books of Euclid, and as far as Quadratic Equation’s in Algebra. See Plucked.

Definition taken from The 1811 Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue, originally by Francis Grose.

Oil of Stirrup * Old

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Obstropulous
Occupy
Oddfellows
Odds Plut and Her Nails
Odd-come-shortlys
Office
Ogles
Oil of Barley
Oil of Gladness
Oil of Stirrup
Oi Poaaoi
Old
Old Dog At It
Old Hand
Old Harry
Old Ding
Old Mr
Old Nick
Old One
Old Pegg
Old Poger