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[fos, faws] /fɒs, fɔs/
a moat or defensive ditch in a fortification, usually filled with water.
any ditch, trench, or canal.
a ditch or moat, esp one dug as a fortification
early 14c. (late 13c. in place names), “ditch, trench,” mid-15c., from Old French fosse “ditch, grave, dungeon” (12c.), from Latin fossa “ditch,” in full fossa terra, literally “dug earth,” from fem. past participle of fodere “to dig” (see fossil).
The Fosse-way (early 12c.), one of the four great Roman roads of Britain, probably was so called from the ditch on either side of it.
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[fos-uh] /ˈfɒs ə/ noun, plural fossae [fos-ee] /ˈfɒs i/ (Show IPA). Anatomy. 1. a pit, cavity, or depression, as in a bone. [fos-uh] /ˈfɒs ə/ noun 1. a forest-dwelling genetlike mammal, Cryptoprocta ferox, of the civet family, native to Madagascar, with a short coat of white, black, gray, or brown: now rare. /ˈfɒsə/ noun (pl) […]
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- Fossa of vestibule of vagina
fossa of vestibule of vagina n. The portion of the vestibule of the vagina located between the frenulum of the pudendal lips and the posterior commissure of the vulva. Also called navicular fossa of vestibule of vagina.
[fo-sair-ee-uh n, faw-] /fɒˈsɛər i ən, fɔ-/ noun 1. .