openu opere

opeope,  v.a. to collect together repeatedly. [Dav : 5517]
opeope,  s. leaves of plants and trees; see rau. [Dav : 5518]
opeope,  s. carcases, property, and things of all descriptions, which in the rage of war, had been thrown into the rivers, then carried to the sea, and afterwards thrown on shore again. [Dav : 5519]
opeope,  s. pa. feuilles; ramasser. [Jau :2635]