[oh-zher] /ˈoʊ ʒər/
any of various willows, as the , having tough, flexible twigs or branches that are used for wickerwork.
a twig from such a willow.
any of various North American dogwoods.
any of various willow trees, esp Salix viminalis, whose flexible branches or twigs are used for making baskets, etc
a twig or branch from such a tree
any of several North American dogwoods, esp the red osier
species of willow used in basket-work, c.1300, from Old French osier “willow twig” (13c.) and directly from Medieval Latin osera “willow,” ausaria “willow bed,” of unknown origin, perhaps from Gaulish. Old English had the word as oser, from Medieval Latin.
abbreviation 1. open systems interconnection; an international standardization model to facilitate communications among computers with different protocols 1. Open Systems Interconnection. 2. Open Source Initiative. (1999-12-29) 1. open system interconnection 2. out of stock indefinitely
[oh-see-yek] /ˈoʊ siˌyɛk/ noun 1. a city in Slavonia, E Croatia, on the Drava River. /Croatian ˈɔsijɛk/ noun 1. a town in NE Croatia on the Drava River: under Turkish rule from 1526 to 1687. Pop: 85 000 (2005 est) Ancient name Mursa (ˈmʊəsə)
- Osi model
Open Systems Interconnect
- Os intermetatarseum
os intermetatarseum os in·ter·met·a·tar·se·um (ĭn’tər-mět’ə-tär’sē-əm) n. A supernumerary bone at the base of the first metatarsal bone or between the first and second metatarsal bones, usually fused with one or the other or with the medial cuneiform bone.