[awf-uh] /ˈɔf ə/

died 796, king of Mercia 757–96.
died 796 ad, king of Mercia (757–796), who constructed an earthwork (Offa’s Dyke) between Wales and Mercia
noun acronym
Orthopaedic Foundation for Animals


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