There are 3 main definitions of ole in English:

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ole 1

Pronunciation: /ōl/

adjective

US informal or humorous
Old: that ole truck of my daddy’s
More example sentences
  • I love to read and I skate ditches in a busted up old snake skin cowboy hat and drive a damned ole truck.
  • Oh, and get that big ole roofing nail I picked up somewhere taken out of my front tire. sigh
  • Oh ye of little faith, go check it out and don't be so ready to doubt that this ole country gal knows a thing or two about red neck sports.

Origin

Mid 19th century: representing a folk pronunciation.

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There are 3 main definitions of ole in English:

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OLE 2

abbreviation

Computing
Object linking and embedding, denoting a set of techniques for transferring an object from one application to another.
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olé 3

Pronunciation: /ōˈlā/

exclamation

A cry of approval, joy, etc.
Example sentences
  • Does this differ I wonder from an Icelandic phrygian minor, for example, or does one just play any old minor scale and shout olé!

Origin

Spanish, a cry used at bullfights.

Words that rhyme with olé

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