Ossian

Ossian, the heroic poet of the Gaels, the son of Fingal and the king of Morven, said to have lived in the 3rd century, the theme of whose verse concerns the exploits of Fingal and his family, the translation of which he brought home from fairyland, to which he had been transported when he was a boy, and from which he returned when he was old and blind; James Macpherson, who was no Gaelic scholar, professed to have translated the legend, as published by him in 1760-62-63.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Ossa * Ostade, Adrian
Oscans
Oscar I.
Oscott
O'Shaughnessy, Arthur
Osiander, Andreas
Osiris
Osmanlis
Osmose
Osnabrück
Ossa
Ossian
Ostade, Adrian
Ostend
Ostia
Ostracism
Ostrogoths
Oswald, St.
Oswego
Oswestry
Otago
Othman

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Blair, Hugh
Chatterton, Thomas
Denis, Michael
Ewald, John
Johnson, Samuel [1709–1737]
Logan, John
Macfarlane, Robert
Macpherson, James
Mickle, William Julius
Runciman, Alexander
Talbot, Catherine
Warner, Ferdinando