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os1 British & World English

A bone (used chiefly in Latin names of individual bones, e.g. os trapezium)

os2 British & World English

An opening or entrance to a passage, especially one at either end of the cervix of the womb

Os British & World English

The chemical element osmium

OS British & World English

(In calculating dates) Old Style

Os New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

the chemical element osmium

Os in O1 British & World English

The fifteenth letter of the alphabet

O1 British & World English

The fifteenth letter of the alphabet

Old Style British & World English

The method of calculating dates using the Julian calendar

OS in Old Style British & World English

The method of calculating dates using the Julian calendar

osmium British & World English

The chemical element of atomic number 76, a hard, dense silvery-white metal of the transition series

Os in osmium British & World English

The chemical element of atomic number 76, a hard, dense silvery-white metal of the transition series

Old Saxon New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

Old Low German of Saxony up to about 1200

Old Style New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

calculation of dates using the Julian calendar

Ordnance Survey New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

UK official survey organization

osmium New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

chemical element of atomic number 76

os penis British & World English

A bone in the penis of carnivores and some other mammals

O's in O1 British & World English

The fifteenth letter of the alphabet

Trás-os-Montes British & World English

A mountainous region of NE Portugal, north of the Douro River

o-os in o-o British & World English

A honeyeater (bird) found in Hawaii, now probably extinct, which had a thin curved bill and climbed about on tree trunks

os trapezium in trapezium British & World English

A carpal bone below the base of the thumb