ó: O, oh!Original Word: ὦPart of Speech:
O, an exclamationDefinition:
O, an exclamation, used in addressing someone.
5599 (an exclamatory particle) – Oh! 5599 /ō ("oh!") always expresses intense emotion. Depending on the context, 5599 (ō) can convey: spirited approval, urgency, exasperation, importance, joy, etc. (see B-D 146, 16).
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
a prim. interj.Definition
O, oh!NASB Translation
O (7), Oh (1).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 5599: ὦὦ
, an interjection, prefixed to vocatives (on its use in the N. T. cf. Buttmann
, 140 (122); (Winer
s Grammar, § 29, 3)), O
; it is used a. in address: ὦ Θεόφιλε
, Acts 1:1
; add, Acts 18:14
; Acts 27:21
(here Tdf. ὦ
(ex errore); on the passages which follow cf. Buttmann
, as above); Romans 2:1, 3
; Romans 9:20
; 1 Timothy 6:20
; and, at the same time, reproof, James 2:20
b. in exclamation: and that of admiration, Matthew 15:28; Romans 11:33 (here Rec.st Lachmann ὦ; cf. Chandler §§ 902 and especially 904); of reproof, Luke 24:25; Acts 13:10; Galatians 3:1; with the nominative (Winer's Grammar, § 29, 2), Matthew 17:17; Mark 9:19; Luke 9:41. ((From Homer down.))<1>
A primary interjection; as a sign of the vocative case, O; as a note of exclamation, oh -- O.