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The first hound would say ‘Oo-oo-oo, He-e-e-e-re he-e-e-e-e G-o-o-o-oes.’
Helladius called him Oes, but says he had the feet of a man, and sprang from a mundane egg.
OES Bobby think he is the only one who can tell stories connected with snow and ice?'
Ir wyfi yn meddwl nad oes neb a ryfygei gymmeryd y fath orchest arno.
Illi robur et oes triplex, of which I believe no weapons of any assailant could get the better.
A chefais un fantais fawr yng nghwrs fy addysg,—nid oes odid blentyn yng Nghymru y canwyd mwy o hwiangerddi iddo.
YR HWIANGERDDIOWEN M. EDWARDS
Daw un arall ar ei hol, ac un arall,—a chyda hwy daw adgofion cyntaf bore oes.
YR HWIANGERDDIOWEN M. EDWARDS
Oes are violent whirlwinds off the Faeroe Islands, said at times to raise the water in syphons.
THE SAILOR'S WORD-BOOKWILLIAM HENRY SMYTH
Helladice quotes the same story, and calls the composite being Oes; while another writer, Hyginus, calls him Euahanes.
Bendigeid yr Offeren yn oes oesoedd—blessed be the Offering unto the age of ages.
THE GREAT RETURNARTHUR MACHEN

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pulchritudinousadjective | [puhl-kri-tood-n-uhs, -tyood- ]SEE DEFINITION