[oo-zoh; Greek oo-zaw] /ˈu zoʊ; Greek ˈu zɔ/
an anise-flavored, colorless liqueur of Greece.
a strong aniseed-flavoured spirit from Greece
liquor flavored with aniseed, 1898, from Modern Greek ouzo, of uncertain origin. One theory [OED] is that it derives from Italian uso Massalia, literally “for Marsailles,” which was stamped on selected packages of silkworm cocoons being shipped from Thessaly, and came to be taken for “of superior quality.”
1. variant of before a vowel. ov- pref. Variant of ovi-. 1. office visit 2. orbital vehicle 3. over (shortwave transmission)
[oh-vuh] /ˈoʊ və/ noun 1. plural of . [oh-vuh m] /ˈoʊ vəm/ noun, plural ova [oh-vuh] /ˈoʊ və/ (Show IPA) 1. Cell Biology. 2. Architecture. an oval ornament, as in an egg-and-dart molding. /ˈəʊvə/ noun 1. the plural of ovum /ˈəʊvəm/ noun (pl) ova (ˈəʊvə) 1. an unfertilized female gamete; egg cell n. (plural ova), […]
[oh-vuh l] /ˈoʊ vəl/ adjective 1. having the general form, shape, or outline of an egg; egg-shaped. 2. ellipsoidal or elliptical. noun 3. an object of oval shape. 4. a body or plane figure that is oval in shape or outline. 5. an elliptical field or a field on which an elliptical track is laid […]
- Oval amputation
oval amputation o·val amputation (ō’vəl) n. Amputation in which flaps are constructed by oval incisions through the skin and muscle.