noun, plural o·das, o·da, o·da·lar [oh-duh-lahr] /ˌoʊ dəˈlɑr/.
Origin of oda
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Contemporary Examples of oda
At one point, the CIA went behind ODA 574's back to request a platoon of Rangers.Why Karzai Is a Survivor
January 18, 2010
Historical Examples of oda
At last Oda Yorimoto reached the far side of the long chamber.
And the large hut in the center of the village street is the palace of Oda Yorimoto?
In 942 Oda, a full-blooded Dane, was made archbishop of Canterbury.
The work of Oda is overshadowed by that of Dunstan, the kinsman and disciple of Bishop Ælfheah.
She reaped her reward in gaining the services of the Danish Oda and his nephew Oswald.
abbreviation for (in Britain, formerly)
room in a harem, 1620s, from Turkish odah "hall, chamber."