Hosah For this place Lieut. Conder suggests (Tent Work, 2:337) the present 'Ozziyeh, meaning apparently (see Memoirs to Ordnance Survey, 1:51) el- Ezziyah, laid down at six and three quarter miles south-east of Tyre, and described (ibid. page 48) as "a village built of stone, containing seventy Druses; situated on a ridge, with two cisterns. There are two caves to the north of it." The identification is not noted by Saunders.