From neuter Latin word os (“bone”) (genitive: ossis).
os (plural ossa)
- (rare, medicine) Bone.
From neuter Latin word os (“mouth”) (genitive: oris).
os (plural ora)
- (rare) A mouth; an opening.
- In particular, either end of the cervix, internal (to the uterus) or external (to the vagina).
Borrowed from Swedish ås.
- An osar or esker.
o + -s.
- (rare) plural of o. More commonly oes or o's.
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