[oo-zuh l] /ˈu zəl/
the ring ouzel or water ouzel See ring ouzel, dipper
an archaic name for the (European) blackbird
also ousel, from Old English osle “blackbird,” from West Germanic *amslon- (cf. Old High German amsala, German amsel), probably from PIE *ams- “black, blackbird” (cf. Latin merula “blackbird,” Welsh mwyalch “blackbird, thrush,” Breton moualch “ouzel”).
[oo-zoh; Greek oo-zaw] /ˈu zoʊ; Greek ˈu zɔ/ noun 1. an anise-flavored, colorless liqueur of Greece. /ˈuːzəʊ/ noun 1. a strong aniseed-flavoured spirit from Greece n. 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 […]
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 […]