OPE

Etymology 1

Interjection

ope

(Midwest) an exclamation of surprise; oops

Usage notes

Specific to the Midwestern United States but used elsewhere in American English.

Etymology 2

Interjection

ope

(Midwest) an exclamation of surprise; oops

Etymology 3

Adjective

ope (comparative more ope, superlative most ope)

(now dialectal or poetic) Open. [from 13th c.]

Verb

ope (third-person singular simple present opes, present participle oping, simple past and past participle oped)

(archaic, ambitransitive) To open.

Anagrams

• EPO, EoP, PEO, Poe, peo., poe

Source: Wiktionary


Ope, a.

Definition: Open. [Poetic] Spenser. On Sunday heaven's gate stands ope. Herbert.

Ope, v. t. & i.

Definition: To open. [Poetic] Wilt thou not ope thy heart to know What rainbows teach and sunsets show Emerson.

Source: Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary 1913 Edition



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