noun, plural o·das, o·da, o·da·lar [oh-duh-lahr] /ˌoʊ dəˈlɑr/.
Origin of oda
Examples from the Web for oda
At one point, the CIA went behind ODA 574's back to request a platoon of Rangers.
Again the woman knocked, this time much louder, and raised her voice as she called again upon Oda Yorimoto to come out.
Presently he noticed the bound and gagged Oda Iseka lying in the brush behind them where he and Theriere had left him.
Oda Yorimoto sucked in his lips and his eyes narrowed even more than nature had intended that they should.
They reached their destination in the rear of Oda Yorimoto's "palace" without interruption or detection.
Saurop′oda, an order of lizards containing gigantic dinosaurs.
British Dictionary definitions for oda
abbreviation for (in Britain, formerly)
Word Origin and History for oda
room in a harem, 1620s, from Turkish odah "hall, chamber."