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Dictionary entry Language Definition
os Latin (Noun) (poetic) speech. Face, appearance, head. Mouth. Opening, entrance.(poetic) speech. Face, appearance, head. Mouth. Opening, entrance.
os Latin (Noun) Bone. Framework of discourse. Heartwood. The hard or innermost part of trees or fruits.Bone. Framework of discourse. Heartwood. The hard or innermost part of trees or fruits.
os English (Noun) (rare, medicine) Bone.(rare, medicine) Bone.
os English (Noun) (rare) A mouth; an opening.. In particular, either end of the cervix, internal (to the uterus) or external (to the vagina).(rare) A mouth; an opening.. In particular, either end of the cervix, internal (to the uterus) or external (to the vagina).
os English (Noun) An osar or esker.An osar or esker.
os English (Noun) (rare) . More commonly oes or o's.(rare) . More commonly oes or o's.
os French (Noun) Bone.Bone.
os Portuguese (Article Pronoun) third-person plural direct objective personal pronoun; them.third-person plural direct objective personal pronoun; them.
os Spanish (Pronoun) You, to you, for you; dative and accusative of vosotros.You, to you, for you; dative and accusative of vosotros.
os Catalan (Noun) Bone.Bone.
os Dutch (Noun) Ox (a castrated bull).Ox (a castrated bull).
os Swedish (Noun) (uncountable) (bad) smell, especially a strong smell originating from cooking. A river mouth; the place where a creek, stream or river enters into a lake. Indefinite genitive singular of o.(uncountable) (bad) smell, especially a strong smell originating from cooking. A river mouth; the place where a creek, stream or river enters into a lake. Indefinite genitive singular of o.
os Serbo-Croatian (Noun) (Croatian) axis.(Croatian) axis.
os Romanian (Noun) Bone.Bone.
os Old English (Noun) God. The runic character ᚩ (/o/ or /oː/).God. The runic character ᚩ (/o/ or /oː/).
os Middle English
os Danish (Pronoun) (pluralis majestatis) ourself. (reflexive) ourselves. Us, objective case of vi.(pluralis majestatis) ourself. (reflexive) ourselves. Us, objective case of vi.
os Faroese
os Galician (Article) (definite) the.(definite) the.
os Slovak (Noun) Axis (geometry: imaginary line). Axle.Axis (geometry: imaginary line). Axle.
os Aromanian (Noun) Bone.Bone.
os Old Swedish
os Old Portuguese
os Norwegian
os Afrikaans
os Slovenian (Noun) Axis (geometry: imaginary line).Axis (geometry: imaginary line).
os Old Provençal
os Aragonese (Article) The.The.
os Istro-Romanian (Noun) Bone.Bone.
os Fala (Article) (the).(the).
os Daur (Noun) Water.Water.