[oh-zahrks] /ˈoʊ zɑrks/
Lake of the, a recreational lake in S central Missouri, created by a 1931 dam on the Osage River. 93 sq. mi. (242 sq. km).
[oh-zahrk] /ˈoʊ zɑrk/
a town in SE Alabama.
a group of low mountains in S Missouri, N Arkansas, and NE Oklahoma.
an eroded plateau in S Missouri, N Arkansas, and NE Oklahoma. Area: about 130 000 sq km (50 000 sq miles) Also called Ozark Plateau
mountains of southcentral United States, said to be from French aux Arcs, short for aux Arkansas “to the Arkansas (Indians),” who once inhabited that region. See Arkansas.
[oh-zah-wuh] /oʊˈzɑ wə/ noun 1. Seiji [sey-jee] /ˈseɪ dʒi/ (Show IPA), born 1935, Japanese conductor in the U.S.
strong. (1.) One of David’s brothers; the sixth son of Jesse (1 Chr. 2:15). (2.) A son of Jerahmeel (1 Chr. 2:25).
company An Internet access provider. (http://ozemail.com.au/). Address: Sydney, Australia. (1995-03-02)
ozena o·ze·na (ō-zē’nə) n. A chronic disease of the nose characterized by intranasal crusting, atrophy, and a fetid odor.