- Used to express disbelief.
Mid 16th century: variant of O3.
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A person’s wife, husband, or partner (used in electronic communication): I often go to gigs on my own as my OH doesn’t have the same musical tastes as me
More example sentences
- I don't mind if my OH plays sport, watches it on telly, or if he goes off with his pals on sporting holidays.
- My OH is saying I need to go back to work full time, now I love my business and want it to grow but no way can i manage a house, business, and f/t work all together.
- I would never let my OH, or anyone else drive my car: nothing against her, I just wouldn't want my car getting damaged.
1990s: abbreviation of other half.
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