[ aw-fuh, of-uh ]
/ ˈɔ fə, ˈɒf ə /
died 796, king of Mercia 757–96.
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Words nearby Offa
, of consequence
, of course
, off again, on again
, off and on
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How to use Offa in a sentence
This means that the value of gold relatively to silver was 10:1 from the end of Offa's reign.
After the lapse of some five centuries, we get abundant further information concerning Offa.
But it is clear that this tale is not identical with the obscure story of the wife of Offa, which is indicated in Beowulf.
As a matter of history we know that Offa did put to death thelberht, the vassal king of East Anglia.
British Dictionary definitions for Offa (1 of 2)
died 796 ad, king of Mercia (757–796), who constructed an earthwork (Offa's Dyke) between Wales and Mercia
British Dictionary definitions for Offa (2 of 2)
n acronym for
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