oxaluria ox·a·lu·ri·a (ŏk’sə-lur’ē-ə, -səl-yur’-)
The excretion of an excess of oxalic acid or oxalates, especially calcium oxalate, in the urine.
[ok-saz-uh-pam] /ɒkˈsæz əˌpæm/ noun, Pharmacology. 1. a benzodiazepine, C 1 5 H 1 1 ClN 2 O 2 , used in the management of anxiety, insomnia, and alcohol withdrawal. oxazepam ox·az·e·pam (ŏk-sāz’ə-pām’) n. A tranquilizing drug related to benzodiazepine and used especially in the treatment of insomnia and alcohol withdrawal.
[ok-suh-zeen, -zin] /ˈɒk səˌzin, -zɪn/ noun, Chemistry. 1. any of a group of 13 compounds having the formula C 4 H 5 NO, the atoms of which are arranged in a six-membered ring. /ˈɒksəˌziːn/ noun 1. any of 13 heterocyclic compounds with the formula C4H5NO
[oks-bluhd] /ˈɒksˌblʌd/ noun 1. a deep dull-red color. /ˈɒksˌblʌd/ adjective 1. of a dark reddish-brown colour
noun 1. a chest of drawers having a front convex at the sides and concave in the center without vertical divisions.