Oi’mok- a special ring worn on the forefinger in order to protect it while embroidering.
Oi’sul Ata- a Kyrgyz khan, in Central Asian peoples’ understanding the piror ee of camels (K. Karasaev Wise dicta. – B., 1995, 337-338)
Oluya- noun. A person capable of foreseeing future events (Kyrgyz Language Explanatory Dictionary. – F.: Mektep. 1969. 463). From Arabic awliya, plural of vali, “a person close to God”. Broadly, an oluya (singular in Kyrgyz) is capable of foretelling and prognosticating future events; a wise person, usually deceased, similar to a prophet who can protect human beings from different kinds of mistakes, suffering, torture and troubles. People pray to the spirits of similar holy persons in other religions such as Judaism and Christianity.
Ökül kyz- affinal daughter of a family, who was accepted after her marriage. In Kyrgyz culture a girl after marriage chooses parents who would “replace” her parents when she is among her in- laws.