OBO

Obo is a city in the Central African Republic. Obo or OBO may also refer to:

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As an acronym

  • Open Biomedical Ontologies, an activity aimed at creation of controlled vocabularies across biological and medical domains
  • Oxford Bibliographies Online, [1] an online resource offering a library of discipline-focused, online guides to the essential literature published by Oxford University Press
  • Ore-bulk-oil carrier, a merchant vessel capable of shipping any of these cargoes in air-tight holds
  • "Or best offer", a frequently-used abbreviation in classified advertising
  • "On behalf of", an abbreviation used e.g. in legal documents
  • "Over-by-Over", an update service provided by the Guardian Online, occasionally commenting on the action of whichever England cricket match is currently in progress.

As a code

People

  • Obo Addy (1936—), a Ghanaian drummer and dancer
  • Eric Obo, a vocalist/guitarist for the Swedish rock band The Carnation

Other

  • Alternative spelling of ovoo (Mongolian: овоо, heap), a type of shamanistic cairn found in Mongolia.
  • Obolensky, "Obo" has been used as a nickname for several of the princely family Obolensky:
  • Prince Alexander Sergeevich Obolensky Member of the Rurik Dynasty (1916—1940), "(...) The Prince of Long Eaton, The Student Prince, and more prosaically 'Obo'(...)" [2]
  • Prince Serge Obolensky (1890 - 1978), Sergei (Serge) Platonovich 5th Prince Obolensky-Neledinsky-Meletzky (Born at Tsarskoye Selo, was a Russian Prince and Vice Chairman of the Board of Hilton Hotels Corporation.
  • Prince Ivan Sergeievich Obolensky (1925-)
  • Prince Alexander Sergeevich Obolensky (1916—1940)
  • Prince Wladimir Obolensky-Randlkofer, P.D. Dr. (1932-1991)
  • Prince Anatol Michailovitch Obolensky (1988-)
  • Prince Dmitriy Dmitrievich Obolensky (1918-2001), son of Prince Dimitri Alexandrovich Obolensky (1882-1964) and Countess Maria Shuvalov (1894-1973)


Obolensky Memorial at Ipswich, UK. Obolensky Memorial, Prince Obolensky Memorial Project, Daily Telegraph


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  • Obo II — Ch. Obo II, foundation sire of the American Cocker Spaniel. Species Dog Breed American Cocker Spaniel Sex …   Wikipedia

  • OBO — steht als Abkürzung für: OBO Bettermann, Unternehmensgruppe im Bereich der Elektro und Gebäudeinstallationstechnik Flughafen Obihiro in Japan als IATA Code Oil, Bulk, Ore, Bezeichnung für einen Tank Schüttgutfrachter (OBO Carrier), der sowohl Öl… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Obo — in der Mongolei Ein Obo (auch Owoo) ist ein tibetischer Steinhaufen. Obos werden in der Mongolei und in Tibet auf Gebirgspässen zu lamaistischen kultischen Zwecken zusammengetragen. Sie bestehen aus größeren Steinen aus der näheren Umgebung. Obos …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • OBO — ● OBO nom masculin (abréviation de ore bulk oil carrier) Synonyme de minéralier vraquier pétrolier. ● OBO (synonymes) nom masculin (abréviation de ore bulk oil carrier) Synonymes : minéralier vraquier pétrolier …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • obo — obo. m. Ecuad. jobo …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Obo — der; [s], s <aus mong. ovoo »Steinaufhäufung«> kultischer, mit Gebetsfahnen besteckter Steinhaufen auf Passhöhen in Tibet u. der Mongolei …   Das große Fremdwörterbuch

  • obo — also o.b.o., abbreviation of or best offer, by 1969 …   Etymology dictionary

  • obo — obo·ist; …   English syllables

  • ōbō — *ōbō germ., stark. Femininum (ō): nhd. Tun, Wirken, Üben; ne. doing (Neutrum), effect (Neutrum); Rekontruktionsbasis: ae., ahd.; Hinweis: s. *ōbjan; Etymologie: s. ing …   Germanisches Wörterbuch

  • obo — m. Ecuad. jobo …   Diccionario de la lengua española


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