osar

[oh-sahr]

os

1
[os]
noun, plural os·sa [os-uh] /ˈɒs ə/.
  1. Anatomy, Zoology. a bone.

Origin of os

1
Borrowed into English from Latin around 1540–50

os

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[os]
noun, plural o·ra [awr-uh, ohr-uh] /ˈɔr ə, ˈoʊr ə/.
  1. Anatomy, Zoology. a mouth or orifice of the body.

Origin of os

2
First recorded in 1730–40, os is from the Latin word ōs mouth

os

3
[ohs]
noun, plural o·sar [oh-sahr] /ˈoʊ sɑr/.
  1. Geology. an esker, especially when of great length.

Origin of os

3
< Swedish ås (plural åsar) ridge
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British Dictionary definitions for osar

Os

the chemical symbol for
  1. osmium

OS

abbreviation for
  1. Old School
  2. Old Style (method of reckoning dates)
  3. Ordinary Seaman
  4. (in Britain) Ordnance Survey
  5. outsize
  6. Old Saxon (language)

os

1
noun plural ossa (ˈɒsə)
  1. anatomy the technical name for bone

Word Origin for os

C16: from Latin: bone; compare Greek osteon

os

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noun plural ora (ˈɔːrə)
  1. anatomy zoology a mouth or mouthlike part or opening

Word Origin for os

C18: from Latin

os

3
noun plural osar (ˈəʊsɑː)
  1. another name for esker

Word Origin for os

C19 osar (pl), from Swedish ås (sing) ridge
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osar in Medicine

Os

  1. The symbol for the elementosmium

OS

abbr.
  1. oculus sinister (left eye)
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osar in Science

Os

  1. The symbol for osmium.
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