Oleomargarine is what margarine was originally called, sometimes shortened to 'oleo'. This makes it one of a select few: words which can be broken into two words, so that each of the two and the original word are synonymous. That is:
oleomargarine = oleo = margarine.
Can you find another two English words that share this property?
(In reply to re(4): Huh?? (re: Two more) servAnt
by Ady TZIDON)
Yes, it is.
I kept the misspelling from the earlier comment. (Please see the referenced postings.)
Also, we CAPITALIZE the first letter of a sentence, and end them with periods (.).