[œ-stuh r-rahykh] /ˈœ stərˌraɪx/
German name of .
the German name for Austria
[os-tee-uh; Italian aw-styah] /ˈɒs ti ə; Italian ˈɔ styɑ/ noun 1. a town in central Italy, SW of Rome: ruins from 4th century b.c.; site of ancient port of Rome. [os-tee-uh m] /ˈɒs ti əm/ noun, plural ostia [os-tee-uh] /ˈɒs ti ə/ (Show IPA) 1. Anatomy, Zoology. a small opening or orifice, as at the […]
[os-tee-ak] /ˈɒs tiˌæk/ noun 1. . [os-tee-ak] /ˈɒs tiˌæk/ noun, plural Ostyaks (especially collectively) Ostyak. 1. . /ˈɒstɪˌæk/ noun 1. (pl) -aks, -ak. a member of an Ugrian people living in NW Siberia E of the Urals 2. the language of this people, belonging to the Finno-Ugric family: related to Hungarian
[os-tee-er-ee] /ˈɒs tiˌɛr i/ noun, plural ostiaries. 1. Also called doorkeeper, porter. Roman Catholic Church. 2. a doorkeeper, as of a church. /ˈɒstɪərɪ/ noun (pl) -aries 1. (RC Church) another word for porter2 (sense 4)
[os-tee-ohl] /ˈɒs tiˌoʊl/ noun 1. Biology. a small opening or pore, especially in the fruiting body of a fungus. /ˈɒstɪˌəʊl/ noun (biology) 1. the pore in the reproductive bodies of certain algae and fungi through which spores pass 2. any small pore