noun, plural os·sa [os-uh] /ˈɒs ə/.
Origin of os1
noun, plural o·ra [awr-uh, ohr-uh] /ˈɔr ə, ˈoʊr ə/.
Origin of os2
noun, plural o·sar [oh-sahr] /ˈoʊ sɑr/.
Origin of os3
Examples from the Web for ossa
For here poetic Pelion is piled upon poetic Ossa with the most drastic vengeance.Modernities|Horace Barnett Samuel
I must return to the north, and, so far as labor is concerned, "heap Pelion on Ossa."
He is a young Titan, and no one would be astonished if he one day succeeded in piling Pelion upon Ossa.The Sisters, Complete|Georg Ebers
But to-night the Prince was not only alive, but also, Ossa upon Pelion, in a good humor!The Genius|Margaret Horton Potter
And Hamlet speaks of more impossibilities, when he talks of throwing up "millions of acres," to "make Ossa like a wart."