Language Quiz / Add an 'O' to the Beginning

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Some words make new words when an O is added at the start. For each set of clues, can you name either the word with O or without?

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Definition without OWordDefinition with O
Involuntary jerk or spasmOf or relating to the ear
Loud, cacophonous noiseChief god in Germanic mythology
First-person pluralTo be indebted
Open frontier; scope of movement or varianceColor between red and yellow; citrus fruit
Holding-place for livestock; writing instrument using inkPermitting entry or exit; not shut; lacking cover; accessible
Provincial governor in Ottoman Empire; former courtesy title in Egypt, TurkeyTo follow the commands or guidance of; to comply with
Wise person; spice used esp. in stuffingSiouan people of the Great Plains
People, esp. group of malesAugury, sign of
Small amount; one-eighth of a dollar; steel part of a bridleShort for a death notice, usually with a biographical account
Allocated portionSpeech or address, esp. long, florid
To change back and forth in quantity or natureFemale reproductive organ
Chum, buddyIridescent mineral
Definition without OWordDefinition with O
To damage in appearanceKhayyam, Sharif, Gen. Bradley
Emptiness, absence of content; to empty one's self of or cancelShaped like an egg
Actress and singer, commonly paired with SonnyEarthy color, usu. yellowish (var.)
Musical abbreviation for fortissimoFrom a place or course; so as to be divided; to a state of inaction; distant in time or space
Astrological sign of the lionShort term for margarine
Plant whose stem requires supportOf or associated with sheep
Terminal section of a wing; gear with small number of teethView or judgment, ranging between impression and knowledge
Abdominal organ that secretes bile, stores glycogen, breaks down toxinsTwist, Hardy, Cromwell
One one-millionth of a meterFifteenth letter of the Greek alphabet
Area, region; to divide land by law for specified functionsTriatomic form of oxygen
Yellowish discharge from site of infectionWork or piece, esp. of music
Occurring now; animateFruit associated with oil and martinis; darkish yellow-green

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