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this was one of the many Bothan clans. Membership in the clan was denoted by the suffix 'nel added to an individual's family name. (GCG, WOTC)

Oneness, The
this false religion was set up by the Hutts and the t'landa Til as a legitimate front for a spice processing facility. The religion centered on Exaltations, which were simply sonic vibrations created by the t'landa Til. Using throat pouches, the creatures can emit vibrations that affect the sensory centers of the brain. The pilgrims which flee society to join the religion speak of intense pleasure and a sense of calm from the Exaltations. The pilgrims eventually find that they can't live without the sensory experience, and attend daily devotions regularly. The t'landa Til then use the pilgrims as slaves, telling them that the work they perform serves the Oneness. In reality, the pilgrims are simply processing raw spice - andris, carsunum, ryll, and glitterstim - for sale by the Hutts. The incredible pureness and processing capability of the pseudo-religion, which operated on the planet Ylesia, made it more than a match for the facilities on Kessel or Ryloth. (TPS)

the Alliance captured a small freighter on this planet, shortly after the Battle of Yavin, and used it at Eyrie Base. (SWJ10)

native to the planets of the Skustell Cluster, this unusual, alien race was roughly humanoid in stature. They were distiguished by their unusual cranial structure, which came to a rounded point at the top of their skull. The eye sockets of an Ongree were tubelike in shape, originating near the base of the skull and curving forward and down to their chins. The mouth of an Ongree was located between and above their eyes, giving the average Ongree the appearance of having its head attached upside down. Each of their hands ended with two thick fingers and an opposable thumb. The average Ongree stood just over a meter in height, but walked with a lanky gait. (SWDB, AOTC)

this large avian was native to the planet Ansion. These creatures had large, balloon-like wings that gave the ongun-nur a comical appearance, although their sharp eyes and sword-like beaks seemed to indicate their ability to hunt. Because of the incredibly light bodyweight and paper-thin skin, ongun-nurs simply rode the near-constant winds of Ansion in search of prey. Ongun-nur most often obtained food by moving in large flocks, with the forward individuals cutting through grass with their beaks, allowing those behind to open their mouths and feed. A regular rotation of individuals allowed each member of the flock a chance to feed. (APS)

this alien race was native to the planet Uru. As a people, the Oni were considered to be militant toward other races, and most Oni encountered away from their homeworld were employed as mercenaries and hired guns. The females of the Oni race were known to be electrophoretic, and stored static electricity in a unique capacitor gland. (MJH)

Onicrop K'Cin
this male Ugnaught was employed by the Trade Federation as a code breaker and forger, during the years leading up to the Battle of Naboo. In the aftermath of the batlle, K'Cin deserted his position and fled into the Outer Rim. A bounty was placed on his head by the Trade Federation's Recruitment Center, as it was believed that K'Cin took with him several classified encryption codes. K'Cin was captured on the Outland Transit Station by Jango Fett and brought in for the bounty on his head. (BH)

Onih k'leth mof'qey
this Yuuzhan Vong phrase was used as a welcome to another individual, and meant something like "You look much better." (FP)

Onila Richblum
this bolo-ball player played for the Yag'Dhul team, during the league play which occurred shortly before the Clone Wars. Richblum tied a league records by scoring twice in one game during that season. (HNN4)

this badly deformed Yuuzhan Vong was, at one time, a Shaper of some skill. However, the implants given to his upon escalation were rejected by his body, and Onimi was relegated to the ranks of the Shamed Ones. For unknown reasons, Supreme Overlord Shimrra chose Onimi to serve as his personal jester and familiar. Onimi had the normal appearance of a Yuuzhan Vong, but with severe deformities. One eye lolled on his face, lower than the other, and his entire skull seemed to be oddly distended. His thin limbs twitched constantly, giving Onimi an excited, nervous demeanor. His lopsided mouth was filled with a single, long fang. He constantly spoke in rhymes and riddles, dispensing wisdom that was shrouded in dark humor. Onimi posed as the Master Shaper Kae Kwaad in order to investigate Nen Yim and bring her before Shimrra, shortly after the Battle of Duro. When the battle against the New Republic began to turn against the Yuuzhan Vong, Shimrra demanded that Nen Yim fill the so-called eighth cortex with knowledge of the lifeforms in the galaxy. He used Onimi as his liaison to the Shapers, in an effort to avoid a direct linkage to their work. Onimi, however, seemed to have his own agenda, and always seemed to be able to read the mind of Nom Anor. After the living planet Zonama Sekot suddenly reappeared near Coruscant, Onimi suddenly became quiet, often refusing to recite his ascerbic poetry, and cowered behind Shimrra's growing power. When the Jedi Knights, led by Luke Skywalker, managed to infiltrate the Citadel and reach the Moonbeam Throne, Onimi remained by Shimrra's side until the World Brain began to work with Jacen Solo to disrupt the battle. Onimi leapt from his seat on on the throne and fled upward into the Citadel. Jaina Solo gave chase, but Onimi was able to double back and capture her, drugging her with poison that he exuded from his fang and dragging her into the command chamber of the Citadel's escape craft. It was during this time that Onimi revealed that he believed Jaina was actually Yun-Harla, and that he believed himself to have been the first individual to realize the eighth cortex was an empty lie. He continued to rail at Jaina, explaining that he had grafted yammosk cells to his own neural pathways to try and enhance himself and save the Yuuzhan Vong. Instead, Onimi screamed, Yun-Harla had Shamed him while giving him the ability to manipulate others through the cells inside his body. This allowed Onimi to gain a measure of control over Shimrra, coercing him to usurp the power of Quoreal and begin the invasion of the New Republic. He then admitted that he - of all the Yuuzhan Vong - could see her through the Force, along with the rest of the Jedi Knights, then told Jaina of his plans to kill the Jedi and assume control of the galaxy for himself. Then, Onimi started to launch the escape craft, using his own genetic codes to fire its engines. As Jacen finally reached the escape craft and gained access to the command deck, he realized the truth about Onimi. It was his Shaping that had allowed him to see through the Force, restoring the ability that had been stripped from the Yuuzhan Vong eons ago. By this time, Onimi had come to consider himself the Supreme Overlord, if not by Shimrra's death then by his own belief in the power he held. Onimi tried to hold off Jacen by flinging all manner of things at him, but Jacen had tapped into the Unifying Force in a way that was deeper than before. Onimi attacked as a Shaper, using his enhanced abilities to turn every bodily fluid he possessed into poisons or hallucinogens which could be injected with his fang or simply applied to Jacen's skin. Jacen used his own connection to the Force to neutralize them all, rendering them nothing more than sweat and tears. As Jacen became more and more a living conduit for the Force, he was able to attack Onimi on the level of purest energy. Onimi, unable to let go of the hatred and greed he had lived with for so long, was rendered into nothingness by Jacen's actions. As his body reformed itself into an Unshamed form, Onimi collapsed into death. (EVR, Y, DW, UF)

this was once of the many names given to Duros females. This archaic named referred to a rain-bearing cloud.. (GCG)

this is the third combination symbol in the Aurebesh script, and represents the Basic combination "eo". (SWM)

O'nja Rambolt
this male Gran was a noted criminal who was captured and sent to the Oovo IV prison facility several years before the Battle of Naboo. He spent much of his time working with his lawyers to try and plea bargain for a life sentence, in the hopes of avoiding the payment of several outstanding debts to the InterGalactic Banking Clan. The IBC, angry with this tactic, placed a bounty on his head in the event that his laywers were successful. Unfortunately for Rambolt, Jango Fett managed to claim the bounty during his "rescue" of Bendix Fust. (BH)

this given name was common human males across the galaxy. (GCG)

Only In Your Dreams
this song, written and played by the band Starburst, was rated scarlet by the Imperial Board of Culture. It first appeared on a compilation of the same name. (GG9)

Onna fulle guth
an Old Corellian challenge or insult. (SWJ4)

this small, yellow-skinned creature was loyal to Jabba the Hutt. The Hutt had placed Onoh in place as the watchman over his escape ship, hidden in the rock of Glass Mountain on Tatooine. Onoh resembled a cross between a reptilian kangaroo and a catfish, and was quite excitable. Onoh threw in his lot with Big Gizz and Spiker, shortly after he was attacked by Gorga the Hutt's henchmen. Onoh did his job well, although annoyingly, constantly reminding Spiker and Big Gizz that Jabba was going to haunt them if they stole anything, including the escape ship Spirit of Jabba. Both of the criminals ignored Onoh, taking him along for the ride. Jabba had entrusted Onoh with the security override codes for the main computer, and Onoh used them when the Spirit of Jabba was attacked by the Nemphas. However, their control of the ship was brief. They were forced to crash-land the ship outside of Mos Eisley in order to escape Gorga the Hutt's minions. Onoh, Spiker and Gizz survived, and made their way back to civilization. (TJT)

this Mon Calamari served the New Republic Navy as a Captain, and was the pilot of the Mon Remonda during the hunt for Warlord Zsinj. (CPL, IF)

this was one of the more common names given to males of the Mon Calamari race. To the Mon Calamari, this name meant "heavy heart". (GCG)

Onoron Fil'vye
this Bothan shipping magnate established a base of operations on Streysel Island, on the planet Vaynai, during the height of the New Order. While most of his transport business catered to corporate customers who needed to get sensitive cargoes quickly to another site, these operations were merely a cover fof Fil'vye's more lucrative endeavors. In addition to funding a wide-ranging smuggling outfit, Fil'vye had literally cornered the market on the production of slick, a fermented seaweed oil which had certain medicinal properties. However, Fil'vye's exporting of slick also reached beings who used it as a recreational drug. Note that this character is also referred to as Onoron Fi'vya, Oneron Fil'vye, or Onoron Fil'vya. (GMR8)

this goddess was known as the Mistress of the planet Notron. A statue of Onrai was erected in the main plaze of the capital city of Seoul 5. As was written on the base of the statue, Mistress Onrai was the goddess who always gave an never received. This statue of Onrai served as the portal to a control center, once used by the ancient Seoulians as the facility from which they used mental energy to power their devices. (MC84)

this Nediji word described one of the many colors that were not visible to most humanoid eyes. It was only visible to races like the Nediji, that could see above and below the wavelengths of visible light. (MJH)

this Imperial-class Star Destroyer, under the command of Captain Brellar, was dispatched to the Bakura System to ensure that the natives of Bakura were peacefully integrated into the Empire. (SWJ5)

OnSon, Skot
this young man, the son of Cestian farmers who lands were located near the Kibo Sands, was among the first to join the reformed Desert Wind terrorist group, during the height of the Clone Wars. This parents had died of the shadow fever about a year beforehand, just before the Five Families cut off the water supply to their farm. Skot joined the group to exact a measure of revenge and to escape the tedium of Ord Cestus, and was one of the first to graduate from the training program devised by Jedi Master Kit Fisto and the ARC troopers led by Nate. When the Desert Wind base was infiltrated by battle droids that had been dispatched by Asaj Ventress, Skot helped Sheeka Tull rescue the badly-injured body of Nate - who had adopted the nickname Jangotat. Together, they moved the injured trooper to Sheeka's village, where he could recover. (TCD)

this gas giant is the fourth and outermost planet in the Rannon System. It has five moons. (WBC)

this Ithorian surname referred to a species of Ithorian flower, according to historian who studied the Ithorian race. (GCG)

this species of flowering plant was native to the planet Ithor. (GCG)

this Ithorian served as the Captain of the herdship Errant Trader for many years. He was also the spiritual and political leader of his herd, and was known for his benevolent yet suspicious nature. It was not uncommon to find Onuumu communing for hours on end with the small portion of the Mother Jungle located on the herdship's lower levels. (GMR4)

Ony Bobbisia
this Triffian, who lived on Coruscant during the years following in the Battle of Naboo, was a frequent patron of Dex's Diner. (SWDB)

Onyeth Canavar
this Tarnab lived in the undercity of Coruscant, during the years leading up to the Battle of Geonosis and the Clone Wars. (OWS)

Onyx Beacon
this space station, located in the space near the Endor System, was the base of operations for the Blacklight Pirates during the height of the New Order. (SWGAL)

Onyx Squadron
this was the first full squadron of TIE Defenders produced for duty by the Empire, although it ultimately proved to be the only such squadron. The ships saw action during the Battle of Endor, but the squadron was disbanded when production on the TIE Defender was halted. (CCG11, SWDB)

Onyx Star
this was the codename of the very first Z-95 Headhunter produced by at the Bahalian Shipyards. The Onyx Star was believed to have been stolen by Icaris Tool and Drive, but later returned to Subpro Corporation for mass production. (GMR5)

Onyx, Sebastin
this young man tended bar in Jugsmuk Station during Coldtime and Slushtime, shortly after the Battle of Endor. For the rest of the year, he was a protocol liaison to the Gamorrean government, assisting visitors to the planet and helping to make tourists aware of Gamorrean laws and customs. He considered himself something of a poet, and admitted to writing love poems for Guth. However, he never actually met Guth, since the requests came in with "a friend." (SWJ14)

Oo Wen
this Ho'Din gardener was an indentured servant of Gardulla the Hutt, and worked in her deadly garden below the surface of Tatooine. Gardulla maintained a vast ecosystem in her underground oasis, and it was Oo Wen's job to ensure the health of the plants. (E1A7)

Ooamu Waoabi
this elderly Ithorian male was one of the oldest surviving members of his race, in the wake of the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. He led the Council of Ithorian Elders, a small delegation of Ithorians that petitioned the Reconstruction Authority to prioritize the location of a planet that was suitable for Ithorian settlement. When his pleas seemed to fall on deaf ears, he agreed to meet with Leia Organa Solo to discuss a possible relocation to Woteba, a planet she had found in the Unknown Regions. Their plans were thwarted when Cal Omas arrived to demand a resolution to the conflict between the Colony and the Chiss, and Leia was forced to agree that Woteba was more suitable for the relocation of the Qoribu hives. Waoabi reluctantly agreed to this arrangement, but only because it was Leia's idea to keep working on a planet for the Ithorians. To this end, she personally petitioned Omas to repeal the RePlanetHab claim to the planet Borao, so that the planet could be turned over to the Ithorians. (DN1, DN2)

this illegal substance was consumed by many inhabitants of the planet Corellia. (TPS)

this Gupin, native to the Forest Moon of Endor, was the brother of Rin-Rin. (ECAR)

this was a common name among the Ortolan race. (UANT)

this was a common name for Ewok males. Like other Ewok names, it referred to a spirit or character in the Ewoks' mythology. (GCG)

according to Ewok legend, this child learned the secret of invisibility from his father, who was actually a wind spirit. (GCG)

Ood Bnar
an ancient Neti Jedi Master, descended from a creature that lived in the trees of Myrkr. Note that the Tales of the Jedi Companion claims Ood Bnar was a member of the Ryyk species, and that he was orphaned on Myrkr. He was 1,000 years old when his prophecies and knowledge enabled him to be named the gatekeeper of the Jedi Holocron posessed by Master Arca just before the Great Sith War. Arca loaned it to Thon just before Thon apprenticed Nomi Sunrider, and Thon used it often in Nomi's training. Ood Bnar appears as a sluglike humanoid, whose round head has no eyes but is covered with long appendages which hang to his waist. Ood Bnar was thought to have been long dead, until Luke Skywalker and Kam Solusar discovered the ancient, tree-like creature on Ossus. There, Bnar was helping the Ysanna tribe discover their Force sensitivity. In a ritual, all young Ysanna warrior-priests were tied to Ood Bnar's form, humbling them in the face of the Light Side of the Force. Bnar was later forced to confront the Executor Sedriss, and in a duel of Dark and Light Side energies, Bnar and Sedriss exploded. Sedriss was not heard from again, but a smaller form of Ood Bnar was found growing in the Jedi Master's former location. The explosion of the two enemies opened a chasm in the earth surrounding the Jedi Master's location, and the Ysanna discovered a wealth of ancient but operable lightsabers. This was a sign to Luke and Kam that the Jedi Knights were about to be reborn. (TOJ, DE2, TOJC)

this large, strong alien race has limited intelligence. They have spiked, armor-like skin. (TNR)

this ancient Twi'leki female inhabited the spaceport moon of Nar Shaddaa. When Han Solo first arrived on the planet, after being discharged from Imperial service, Oodonnaa gave him directions on how to get to the Corellian sector. She also propositioned Han, which embarrassed him to no end. (THG)

this ancient woman was the mistress of the Snow King. She was part of the Snow King's plan to steal the Season Scepter used by his siblings to control the weather of the Forest Moon of Endor, in the hopes of using it to obtain the Sunstar from the Ewoks. However, the Leaf Queen learned of her brother's plan, and called upon the Ewoks and other creatures of the moon to help defeat him. (ECAR)

Ooe'b Towers
this residential building was located on the planet Coruscant, near the Sasal Center, during the early years of the New Republic. The individual towers were constructed on mirrsteel. (AFA)

this creature's eggs are considered a food source, and are often served scrambled. Ooglata are native to the planet Ithor. (SWJ9)

Ooglith Cloaker
a variation of the ooglith masquer, the cloaker was also bio-engineered by the Yuuzhan Vong. Instead of tranforming the wearer's appearance, the cloaker simply covered the wearer in a transparent sheath. The cloaker was grown in different forms, which protected the wearer from all forms of environmental assaults, including weather, temperature extremes, pressure, and vacuum. (VP, EVR)

Ooglith Masquer
this unusual creature was bioengineered by the Yuuzhan Vong. Resembling a blob of protoplasm, the ooglith masquer could be draped over the head and torso of a Yuuzhan Vong and become a living mask. The masquer would extend thousands of tiny grappling tendrils into the pores of the Yuuzhan Ving skin, latching the masquer's body directly to that of its "host." Externally, the masquer created the appearance of another species, allowing the Yuuzhan Vong to walk among another species without being detected as wearing a prosthetic device. The ooglith masquer had to be trained to remain in a certain form while attached to the Yuuzhan Vong's face. At the push of a sensitive point on the ooglith masquer's body, the creature retracted its tendrils and peeled away from the Yuuzhan Vong's face, once again becoming a shapeless entity and returning to its contained. (VP)

Ooh, It Bites
this song, written and played by the band Deeply Religious, was banned by the Imperial Board of Culture. (GG9)

Chenlambec the Wookiee and Tinian I'att barely escaped a Hunt while crawling through the dank warrens of this planet. (TBH)

this was one of the most common male names used by members of the Ithorian race. Although most Ithorian names were not used for a specific meaning, historians found that this name meant "resilient" or "tough". (GCG)

this was a common name given to Twi'lek females, and meant "water" in the Twi'leki language. (GCG)

Oola was a Twi'lek female dancer in Jabba the Hutt's palace, shortly before the Hutt's death. It was rumored that she was a member of the Tarkona clan, and was the sister of Nolaa Tarkona. She was brought to the palace by Bib Fortuna, in an effort to please Jabba. When she landed on Tatooine, she and her companions were intercepted Luke Skywalker, who offered to help them escape their coming slavery. Her companion, Sienn, chose to flee with Luke. Oola couldn't bring herself to scape, and was brought to Jabba. Fortuna fitted her with a leather headdress that contained large metal studs. These studs protruded on the inside of the leather helmet, clogging her ears and causing her undue pain. She was killed by Jabba's rancor after only two days of work, when she refused to submit to Jabba's demands. Jabba opened the trapdoor near his Hutt floater and let her drop into the Rancor's pit. (ROTJ, CCG7, TEP)

an Alliance Lambda-class shuttle. Is this the Mercy? (XW)

Oolan Krim
this Th'iruckai was the teruk of the Gallzar clan, and was the chief rival of Hurn Jak. He tried to talk a group of offworld scouts into giving him weapons and technology with which he could destroy Hurn Jak, but the rival teruk poisoned the scouts before any negotiations could take place. The scouts managed to discover that the Th'iruckai were fighting a thousand-year war because of an ancient misunderstanding, and talked the two teruks into listening to them. (GMS)

a New Republic Naval Captain, Oolas was in command of the fleet hauler Steadfast. (BTS)

a round-bodied alien race. (BTS)

this planet was the homeworld of the Oolid race. (HT)

this purple-haired girl lived in the undercity of the planet Coruscant, during the years following the Battle of Naboo. She befriended Anakin Skywalker, who was being trained at the Jedi Temple at the time, when the young Jedi Padawan was trying to learn about the swoop races that were held near the Wicko District. (AA)

this was one of the New Republic agents who was injured by Talak, during the theft of meleenium from the Qua'Tahc mines by Rani Quanic and Ostan Atur. (SWJ10)

Ooloos D'Lrint
this being was an astrographer with the New Republic Astrographic Survey Institute. D'Lrint was responsible for maintaining information on the planet Sacorria. (CTD)

this Fondorian was a former member of Black Sun, who agreed to turn in valuable information to the Jedi Knights in return for his safety, shortly before the Battle of Naboo. Oolth, who worked as the personal servant to Alexi Garyn, had been hiding in the Crimson Corridor, trying to avoid the Raptors gang and the thugs of Black Sun itself. The Jedi Council dispatched a padawan, Darsha Assant, to retrieve Oolth, as the final test of her abilities. Despite her readiness, Darsha underestimated the Raptors, and the gang quickly destroyed her skyhopper. She was forced to drag Oolth on a desperate chase through the undercity, in an effort to escape the Corridor and reach the Jedi Temple. However, they were trapped in an access shaft, and Darsha was unable to hold onto the ladder and maintain a grip on Oolth's bulky form. The handhold of clothing Darsha had ripped apart, and Oolth fell several hundred stories to his death. (DM, DMSH)

OOM Command Officer Series Combat Droid
see OOM-9-series Droid (AEG)

this Trade Federation battle droid was the Commander of the ground forces sent to control the palace of the city of Theed. The Neimoidians had been controlled by Darth Sidious, and ordered to invade the planet and eliminate any resistance. OOM-9 and its droid troops quickly subjugated the populace of Theed, and eventually captured Queen Amidala and her advisors. During the Battle of Naboo, OOM-9 managed to repel the Gungan Grand Army and began making plans to rout the aliens completely, when Anakin Skywalker managed to destroy the Federation's Droid Control Ship. Without a command signal, OOM-9 was rendered incapable of action, and was among the thousands of battle droids that were dismantled in the wake of the battle. Later, OOM-9's design later became the basis for an entire series of battle droid commanders, in the years following the Battle of Naboo. (TPM, JQ1, GBC)

OOM-9-series Droid
this series of battle droids was produced during the years following the Battle of Naboo, and was based on the commander droid OOM-9, which led the Trade Federation forces into battle against the Gungan Grand Army. (JQ1)

this name was common among Ithorian females. Although such names do not generally have meaning, Ithorians who studied their race's history learned that the name referred to a brightly-colored Ithorian tree. (GCG)

this brightly colored tree was once native to the planet Ithor. (GCG)

Oon Tien
this planet was located in Kathol Sector, just off the Trition Trade Route from Torize and Kolatill. A wet, mountainous planet, Oon Tien was the homeworld of the Jarell race. Imperial Moff Kentor Sarne established three orbital star docks near Oon Tien, to serve as repair facilities for his fleet of starships. (DARK)

Oona Goota?
this Rodian question translated into Basic as "Where are you?" (HFG)

Oonaar, Zlece
this Imperial Navy Captain was one of the two masterminds behind the virtual destruction of the Eyttyrmin Batiiv pirates. He commanded the Crusader in that battle. The Khuiumin Survivors vowed to kill him one day, and got their chance when Oonaar booked passage aboard the Galaxy Chance. The Survivors intercepted the casino ship and captured Oonaar, and returned to Courkrus where they executed him for his crimes against the pirates. (IJ)

this Ithorian owned and operated a small mercantile shop on Nar Shaddaa, during the years following the Jedi Civil War. He spent much of her spare time trying to undermine the efforts of Geeda, a fellow merchant whom she felt was causing her sales to slip and her customers to go elsewhere. Oondar asked The Exile - who was on Nar Shaddaa to investigate the link between the Exchange and the Sith, and to locate Jedi Master Zez-Kai Ell - to help him resolve the situation with Geeda. However, The Exile decided that Geeda was the merchant who was suffering the most, and he agreed to help her instead. In his anger, Oondar threatened provide a description and other information on The Exile to the Exchange, hoping to scare him away. (KOTOR2)

this planet was colonized by the Rodians. It was chosen because of the variety of dangerous lifeforms. (COG)

this planet was noted for its annual spelling bees. (HSL)

this small herd beast was maintained by Cerean farmers as a food source. It was a pink, slug-like creature with beady eyes and a long snout. (PTR, IG1)

this ancient Twi'lek was a member of the Rha clan, which had been locked in a feud with the Lek clan for many generations. Legends say that Oo'rha one day discovered Ko'lek in the warrens of the Rha clan, where he had become lost. Not knowing his true identity, Oo'rha soon fell in love with Ko'lek. To show her the depths of his love, Ko'lek took her to the top of one of the Lonely Five pinnacles. She was breathtaken with the view, but they were caught in a heat storm. Both of them were killed by the searing heat. The tale of their love was been passed down through generations of Twi'leks as a warning about getting lost in a dark tunnel where other Twi'leks feared to tread. (PSPG)

Oorn Tchis
a planet on which Keyan Farlander's Aunt Mimya and Uncle Trinn live. (XW)

this ancient Celegian Jedi master taught the venerable Odan-Urr. An ocean creature native of a world with a dense, cyanogen-rich atmosphere, Ooroo was a brain-like creature encased in a yellow crystal which maintained the cyanogen atmosphere in which he survived. Ooroo went to Cinnagar to visit with Empress Teta and Odan-Urr shortly after his student was ridiculed on Coruscant for believing in an imminent Sith attack. Ooroo, however, believed that his student was correct in the interpretation of his vision, as were several other Jedi Masters. Ooroo and Odan-Urr led the defense of Kirrek when Naga Sadow finally launched his attack, but they were unable to turn the tide of battle with the Force. Ooroo, seeing that he alone held the key to the battle, told the Jedi to seek shelter and then cracked open his crystal shell. The cyanogen atmosphere was deadly to the Sith forces, which were killed almost immediately. However, Ooroo was unable to survive in an oxygen atmosphere, and expired in Odan-Urr's arms. Like all Jedi Masters, Ooroo's physical form dissipated as his lifeforce became etheral. (FOSE, PJSB)

this was a bland, albeit healthy, liquid food supplement developed for pregnant women during the early years of the New Republic. (EVR)

Oort Cloud
this planetary nebula surrounds the planet Atzerri. (SOL)

Ooryl Qrygg
this Gand was a member of the X-Wing group Rogue Squadron. He was Corran Horn's wingman for much of his time with the Rogues, and was a distinguished member of their group. He survived several battles in which he was nearly shot down, and his breathing apparatus helped him avoid the Krytos plague. His ability to defeat his enemies drew the interest of Vviir Wiamdi and the ruetsavii shortly before the Battle of Thyferra. Vviir and two others flew with the Rogues to witness Ooryl's abilities and to criticize them, if possible. When they all survived the battle which ended the Bacta War, Vviir and his companions deemed Ooryl janwuine, and invited all of Rogue Squadron to Gand as hinwuine. Ooryl was soon after initiated into the ranks of Gand Findsman, although he maintained his standing with the Rogues throughout the battles with Grand Admiral Thrawn and Leonira Tavira. (XWN, BW, IJ)

this was a common name for Ewok females. Like other Ewok names, it referred to a spirit or character in the Ewoks' mythology. (GCG)

according to Ewok legend, this wind spirit brought cooling breezes on summer days. (GCG)

this Ithorian left his homeworld of Ithor and tried to make a deal with Imperial Governor Parnell. Oosea wanted money, and thought that Parnell would pay handsomely for the rights to place a garrison on Ithor. However, Oosea was followed to the Sil'Lume Asteroid Belt by Ire Eleazari, who monitored Oosea's negotiations and made every effort to make sure they fell through. Oosea demanded that Parnell eliminate Ire Eleazari, claiming that the only way the garrison could be constructed was if the "traitorous" Eleazari was destroyed. Oosea's plans were dashed when the Alliance took control of the Sil'Lume Belt and ousted Parnell from power. (JH)

this Trnadoshan lived on the planet Cularin, during the last decades of the Old Republic. He spent much of his free time wrestling with the Wookiee Varoca, using their arms and fists instead of energy weapons. (EOS)

Oo-Ta Goo-Ta
this modified Corellian YT-1300 freighter was the primary pirate ship of the Rodian Chordak. The ship's cockpit had been removed from the right side of the hull and replaced with a center-mounted unit that sat between the mandibles. The engine section was almost entirely removed and replaced with three powerful sublight engines and a first-class hyperdrive. Two modified laser cannons were mounted to turrets, one dorsally and one ventrally, and they were supported by a single blaster cannon. (GG6)

this was a common name given to Zabrak males. Like many Zabrak names, it related to survival characteristics, and meant "vigilant". (GCG)

this is a Huttese term for an outsider or foreigner. (IS1)

this beautiful place was an aquatic world dominated by unusual, teisted rock formations. The natives of the planet, an amphibious race known only as Fishfaces, built their cities within the rocks. (T3)

a vegetable, often served with kommerkan steak. (SME)

this Huttese word translated into Basic as "all" or "every." (E1A14)

this name was common among Ithorian females. Although such names do not generally have meaning, Ithorians who studied their race's history learned that the name referred to a brightly-colored bird that appeared only in the mornings. (GCG)

this Ithorian bird was known for its beautiful coloration, and for the fact that it only appeared in the morning. (GCG)

this was a huge gas giant planet, located in the Outer Rim Territories. (RAC)

Oovo IV
this was the fourth moon of the planet Oovo, and was the site of a desolate penal colony used by the Galactic Correctional Authority during the last decades of the Old Republic. Much of the colony was protected by an energy dome, but the dome was maintained at minimal power levels. This meant that stray meteorites sometimes penetrated the dome and struck the surface. (RAC)

this was one of the most common male names used by members of the Ithorian race. Although most Ithorian names were not used for a specific meaning, historians found that this name referred to an archaic stun weapon once used by Ithorian hunters. (GCG)

this ancient Ithorian ragned weapon delivered a powerful stunning jolt when it touched living flesh. It was used to bring down large game, from a safe distance. (GCG)

a young witch of the Singing Mountain clan on Dathomir. (CPL)

this organism was created by the Yuuzhan Vong. Like an ooglith masquer, the oozhith was a membranous thing that could be placed over the skin to alter one's appearance. However, the oozhith was used to cover one's entire body, and its use was restricted to Master Shapers. The cilia of an oozhith moved continuously, creating a scintillating wave of color as they captured airborne microorganisms to consume. (EVC)

one of SoroSuub's landspeeders, it could carry a pilot and up to four passengers comfortably. Its maximum speed was around 230 kilometers per hour. (DFRSB)

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