[ov-id] /ˈɒv ɪd/
(Publius Ovidius Naso) 43 b.c.–a.d. 17? Roman poet.
Latin name Publius Ovidius Naso. 43 bc–?17 ad, Roman poet. His verse includes poems on love, Ars Amatoria, on myths, Metamorphoses, and on his sufferings in exile, Tristia
Publius Ovidius Nasso, Roman poet (43 B.C.E.-17 C.E.). Related: Ovidian.
An ancient Roman poet; author of the Metamorphoses and The Art of Love.
[oh-vi-duhkt] /ˈoʊ vɪˌdʌkt/ noun, Anatomy, Zoology. 1. either of a pair of tubes that transport the ova from the ovary to the exterior, the distal ends of which form the uterus and vagina in higher mammals. /ˈɒvɪˌdʌkt; ˈəʊ-/ noun 1. the tube through which ova are conveyed from an ovary Also called (in mammals) Fallopian […]
[aw-vye-th aw] /ɔˈvyɛ ðɔ/ noun 1. a city in NW Spain. /Spanish oˈβjeðo/ noun 1. a city in NW Spain: capital of Asturias from 810 until 1002; centre of a coal- and iron-mining area. Pop: 207 699 (2003 est)
[oh-vif-er-uh s] /oʊˈvɪf ər əs/ adjective, Anatomy, Zoology. 1. bearing eggs. /əʊˈvɪfərəs/ adjective 1. (zoology) carrying or producing eggs or ova: the oviferous legs of certain spiders oviferous o·vif·er·ous (ō-vĭf’ər-əs) adj. Bearing or producing ova.
[oh-vuh-fawrm] /ˈoʊ vəˌfɔrm/ adjective 1. having a shape resembling that of an egg; egg-shaped; ovoid. /ˈəʊvɪˌfɔːm/ adjective 1. (biology) shaped like an egg adj. “egg-shaped,” 1680s, from ovi-, comb. form of Latin ovus “egg” (see ovum) + forma (see form (n.)). oviform o·vi·form (ō’və-fôrm’) adj. Shaped like an egg; ovoid.