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Definition for: os

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English

Etymology 1

From Latin os [neuter; genitive: ossis ] (bone).

Noun

os ( plural ossa )

  1. ( medicine ) Bone.

Translations
  • German: Os

Etymology 2

From Latin os [neuter; genitive: oris ] (mouth).

Noun

os ( plural ora )

  1. A mouth; an opening.
  2. In particular, either end of the cervix, internal (to the uterus) or external (to the vagina).

Aragonese

Definite Article

From Latin illos os m . pl .

  1. the
    Os lugars d'Aragón = "The villages of Aragon"

Usage note


Danish

Pronoun

os

  1. us

Noun

os

  1. thick smoke

Dutch

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /os/

Noun

os ' m . ' (plural: ossen)

  1. ox ( a castrated bull )

French

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /ɔs/ (singular)
  • IPA: /o/ (plural)

Homophones

( plural ) eau, eaux

Noun

os m . (plural: os)

  1. bone
  2. bones

Derived terms

  • osseux
  • ossifier
  • ossu

Irish

Noun

os m .

  1. deer

Preposition

os

  1. over

Latin

Noun

os, oris n .

  1. mouth

Noun

os, ossis n .

  1. bone

Old English

Etymology

From Germanic *ansuz. Cognate with Old Norse óss.

Pronunciation

IPA: /o:s/

Noun

ōs m (genitive plural ēsa )

  1. god
  2. the runic character (/o/ or /o:/)

Portuguese

Etymology

From Latin illi.

Definite article

os m, pl

  1. the
    Lá vêm os carros - Here come the cars
masculine feminine
singular o a
plural os as

Personal pronoun

os m, pl

  1. 3rd person them (as a direct object; as an indirect object, see lhes; after prepositions, see eles).
  1. Encontrei-os na rua. = "I met them at the street."

Usage notes


Romanian

Noun

os ( plural: oase )

  1. bone

Spanish

Etymology

Latin vos .

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /os/

Personal pronoun

os

  1. Dative and accusative of vos and vosotros .

Translations

See also

First person:

  • singular: yo, mí, me
  • plural: nosotros, nosotras, nos

Second person:

Third person:

Demonstrative:

  • este, esta, esto, estos, estas
  • ese, esa, eso, esos, esas
  • aquel, aquella, aquellos, aquellas

Swedish

Noun

(uncountable)

  1. smell, especially a strong smell originating from cooking.

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