[os-kuh n] /ˈɒs kən/
one of an ancient people of south-central Italy.
the Indo-European, probably Italic, language of the Oscans, written in an alphabet derived from the Etruscan.
of or relating to the Oscans or their language.
an extinct language of ancient S Italy belonging to the Italic branch of the Indo-European family See also Osco-Umbrian
a speaker of this language; Samnite
of or relating to this language
of or pertaining to the ancient people of southern Italy, 1590s, from Latin Osci, Opsci (plural) “Oscans,” literally “worshippers of Ops,” a harvest goddess, the name related to Latin ops (genitive opis) “abundance, plenty, wealth, riches,” from PIE *op- “to work, to produce in abundance” (see opus).
[os-ker] /ˈɒs kər/ noun 1. a word used in communications to represent the letter O. 2. a male given name: from Old English words meaning “god” and “spear.”. 3. Military. the NATO designation for a class of nuclear-powered Soviet attack submarine armed with 24 antiship cruise missiles. [os-ker] /ˈɒs kər/ Trademark. 1. one of a […]
- Oscar brand
[brand] /brænd/ noun 1. Oscar, born 1920, U.S. folk singer, born in Canada. 2. a male given name. /brænd/ noun 1. a particular product or a characteristic that serves to identify a particular product 2. a trade name or trademark 3. a particular kind or variety: he had his own brand of humour 4. an […]
- Oscar II
noun 1. 1829–1907, king of Sweden 1872–1907; king of Norway 1872–1905. noun 1. 1829–1907, king of Sweden (1872–1907) and of Norway (1872–1905)
abbreviation 1. Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe Organization on Security and Cooperation in Europe