5 letter words ending in OSE

The following list contains 11 five letter words in English

5 letter words ending in OSE in English

5 letter words ending in HOSE

5 letter words ending in LOSE

5 letter words ending in OOSE

5 letter words ending in ROSE

Common 5 letter words ending in OSE with meaning


Part of Speech: Verb, Adjective, Adverb, Noun


  • Verb: to shut, to end, to bring together, to approach
  • Adjective: near in space or time, intimate, familiar, secretive
  • Adverb: near, closely, in a familiar manner
  • Noun: a conclusion, a small distance, a narrow passage or entrance


  • US: /kloʊs/
  • UK: /kləʊs/

Origin and Usage:

The word "close" originated from the Old English word "clōs" meaning "bar, enclosure". Its usage has evolved over time to encompass a variety of meanings. As a verb, it can mean to shut or end something, such as closing a door or closing a business. As an adjective, it can describe something that is near or intimate, such as a close friend or a close call. As an adverb, it can mean near or closely, such as standing close to someone or examining something closely. As a noun, it can mean a conclusion or the end of something, such as the close of a meeting or the close of a play.


  • Verb: shut, end, conclude, terminate
  • Adjective: near, intimate, familiar, confidential
  • Adverb: near, closely, intimately
  • Noun: conclusion, end, finish, finale

Related Words:

  • Cloak
  • Clove
  • Closed
  • Closer
  • Clothe

Moose Parts of Speech



A large deer with palmate antlers, a sloping back, and a growth of skin hanging from the neck.

  • US: /muːs/
  • UK: /muːs/
Origin and Usage

The word "moose" originated from the Algonquian language, which is spoken by Native Americans. It was first used in English in the early 1600s. Moose are found in North America, Europe, and Asia, and are known for their large size and unique antlers. They are hunted for their meat and antlers, and are also a popular animal for wildlife watching.

  • Elk
  • Wapiti
Related Words
  • Bison
  • Rhino
  • Hippo
  • Zebra
  • Panda
Example Sentences
  • The moose wandered through the forest, its antlers catching the sunlight.
  • Moose are known for their impressive size and unique antlers.
  • The hunter tracked the moose through the snow, hoping for a successful hunt.
  1. Parts of Speech: Noun, Verb
  2. Definitions:
    • (Noun) A waterbird with a long neck and webbed feet, typically larger than a duck and having a honking call.
    • (Verb) To poke or prod (someone) playfully, especially in the ribs.
  3. Pronunciations:
    • US: /ɡus/
    • UK: /ɡuːs/
  4. Origin and Usage:
    • The word "goose" originated from the Old English word "gōs" and has been used since the 9th century to refer to the bird. The verb form of "goose" has been used since the 16th century to mean "to poke or prod someone playfully."
    • "Goose" is commonly used in idiomatic expressions, such as "to cook someones goose" (to ruin someones plans) and "wild goose chase" (a hopeless pursuit).
  5. Synonyms:
    • (Noun) Gander, bird, waterfowl
    • (Verb) Nudge, poke, prod
  6. Related Words:
    • Swan
    • Ducks
    • Chick
    • Birds
    • Crows
  7. Example Sentences:
    • The geese flew south for the winter.
    • He goosed her playfully in the ribs.

Part of Speech: Pronoun

Definition: Used to ask about the person or group that something belongs to or is associated with.

Pronunciations: US: /huːz/; UK: /huːz/

Origin and Usage: Whose is derived from the Old English word hwæs. It has been used in the English language since the 12th century. Whose is commonly used to ask about the ownership or association of something. It can also be used as a relative pronoun to introduce a clause.

Synonyms: Of whom, belonging to whom, owned by whom.

Related Words: Whose is a five-letter word and has no related words.

Example Sentences:

  • Whose book is this?
  • Whose car is parked in front of the house?
  • I can remember whose turn it is to do the dishes.
  • She asked me whose idea it was to start the project.
Parts of Speech

"Those" is a pronoun, specifically a demonstrative pronoun.


"Those" is used to refer to people, animals, or things that are farther away in distance or time, and have already been mentioned or are understood from the context.


US: /ðoʊz/

UK: /ðəʊz/

Origin and Usage

The word "those" originated from the Old English word "þās," which means "these." It has been in use since the 14th century and is commonly used in modern English.


Some synonyms for "those" include "these," "that," and "them."

Related Words

Related 5 letter words include "these," "their," and "there."

Example Sentences
  • "Those cookies are delicious!"
  • "Can you pass me those books on the shelf?"
  • "I remember those good old days."