Web Results

Clock position

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clock_position

A clock position is the relative direction of an object described using the analogy of a 12-hour ... position would be ahead and above the horizon. The phrase "on your six" refers to the s...

Why We Say "O'Clock" - Today I Found Out

www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2014/03/say-oclock/

Mar 21, 2014 ... The practice of sayingo'clock” is simply a remnant of simpler times when ... to do a similar slurring in the names of many things such as “Will-o'-the wisp” .... What Those Nasty White Chunks That Sometimes Come From Your ...

O'clock « Pain in the English

painintheenglish.com/case/515/

O'clock would come from French "à la cloche" (which means at the bell). .... The etymology of "o'clock" is intriguing but here's the reality: the "o'" in "o'clock" no ...

contractions - What phrase is "o'clock" contracting? - English ...

english.stackexchange.com/questions/4643/what-phrase-is-oclock-contracting

Nov 2, 2010 ... I have been intrigued by the word o'clock since I learned English. ... Nighttime hours do just the opposite: they're longer in winter and shorter in ...

What is the origin of the word o'clock? - Quora

www.quora.com/What-is-the-origin-of-the-word-oclock

Sep 1, 2014 ... The expression o'clock first came about in English in the early 18th century, attested first in ... Where does the word "handsome" originate from?

o'clock - Wiktionary

en.wiktionary.org/wiki/o'clock

Etymology[edit]. Shortened form of “of the clock”.

O'clock - definition of o'clock by The Free Dictionary

www.thefreedictionary.com/o'clock

Define o'clock. o'clock synonyms, o'clock pronunciation, o'clock translation, English dictionary definition of o'clock. adv. 1. Of or according to the clock: three ...

o'clock - alphaDictionary * Free English On-line Dictionary

www.alphadictionary.com/goodword/word/o'clock

Lori Bates, who suggested today's Good Word, has noticed that it is going out of use. More and more often we say 8 AM or 8 PM rather than "8 o'clock this ...

origin of "o'clock" , "let's" | Antimoon Forum

www.antimoon.com/forum/t2746.htm

Apr 24, 2006 ... I'm interested in the origin of words like "o'clock" and "let's" - the question is ... meaning and from which grammar constractions they come from? ... O' Clock comes from "of the clock", or "of the hour" I think, I could be wrong though. ... was then shortened (as...

Where does the "o" come from in "o'clock"? I heard it was something ...

www.funtrivia.com/askft/Question57782.html

Jun 17, 2005 ... I would have thought it had something to do with that, because all languages have their own version of our 'O'Clock' phrase. For example ...

More Info

O'clock | Definition of O'clock by Merriam-Webster

www.merriam-webster.com

Define o'clock: according to the clock — o'clock in a sentence. ... See o'clock defined for English-language learners ... Origin and Etymology of o'clock.

Why We Say “O'Clock” - Gizmodo

gizmodo.com

Nov 7, 2014 ... The practice of saying "o'clock" is simply a remnant of simpler times ... to do a similar slurring in the names of many things such as "Will-o'-the ...

O'clock | Define O'clock at Dictionary.com

www.dictionary.com

It was then about 6:30 o'clock, after dark, and Ruger's advance was just coming along. The Battle of Spring Hill, Tennessee John K. Shellenberger. Johnson did ...