[os-truh-goth] /ˈɒs trəˌgɒθ/
a member of the easterly division of the Goths, maintaining a monarchy in Italy, a.d. 493–555.
a member of the eastern group of the Goths, who formed a kingdom in Italy from 493 to 552
c.1600, one of the “East Goths,” who conquered Italy late 5c. and established, under Theodric, a kingdom there that lasted from 493 to 555 C.E., from Late Latin Ostrogothæ, from Germanic, literally “eastern Goths” from Proto-Germanic *aust(a)r- “east” (see east; for second element, see Goth; also cf. Visigoth), but according to Klein this is a folk corruption of an earlier Austrogoti, from a Germanic compound, the first element of which means “shining” or “splendid,” from Proto-Germanic *austr-, from PIE *ausr- (see aurora), which is also, via “sunrise,” the root of the Latin word for “east.”
[aw-strin-jer] /ˈɔ strɪn dʒər/ noun 1. .
[oht-soo] /ˈoʊt su/ noun 1. a city in S Honshu, Japan, on Lake Biwa.
abbreviation 1. over the top See top1 (sense 20b) Over the top. Excessive or uncalled for. (1995-01-31) 1. over the top 2. over the transom
[oh-tah-vuh; Italian awt-tah-vah] /oʊˈtɑ və; Italian ɔtˈtɑ vɑ/ adverb, Music. 1. (of notes in a score) at an octave higher than written (when placed above the staff) or lower than written (when placed below the staff). Abbreviation: 8va. /əʊˈtɑːvə/ noun 1. an interval of an octave See all’ottava