- Orogeny of the S. Rocky Mountains graduate students make like granite
- Caledonian orogeny: Antiqua Scotia met Nova Scotia
- Ox-bow lakes and meanders
- Ortolan Emberiza hortulana for the strong of stomach . . . or the French
- Ol' Atonal Music fun.
- Ottilie's Irish Night - Ould Lammas Fair [one of 3 LPs owned by our family in the 1960s]
- Oedipus Rex (Stravinsky)
- Otello (Verdi)- Ave Maria
- L'Orfeo (Monteverdi) Prologue
- Orfeo ed Euridice (Gluck) Che farò senza Euridice
- Olive oil pressed
Sunday, 17 February 2019
O is for orogeny
OMG. It's an orchid [R possibly Dactylorhiza incarnata] a group of plants so called because their roots look like testicles = όρχεις in Greek. In Irish it's the same lus na magairli = herb of the stones/testicles. There are 56 native species [illustrated PDF guide BMNH] on These Islands. Heaven forfend that anyone should suffer an orchidectomy because of testicular cancer.