EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OES
Helladius called him Oes, but says he had the feet of a man, and sprang from a mundane egg.
Oes are violent whirlwinds off the Faeroe Islands, said at times to raise the water in syphons.
OES Bobby think he is the only one who can tell stories connected with snow and ice?'
interjection of fear, surprise, admiration, etc.; see oh.