Origin of erose
Latin erosus, past participle of erodere
First Known Use: 1793
Rhymes with erose
arkose, Carlos, cosmos, crustose, cymose, dextrose, engross, fructose, globose, glucose, jocose, lactose, maltose, mannose, morose, mythos, nodose, pappose, pentose, pilose, plumose, ramose, rhamnose, ribose, rugose, schistose, setose, spinose, strigose, sucrose, Sukkoth, triose, up close, vadose, verbose, viscose
Medical Definition of erose
: having the margin irregularly notched as if gnawed <an erose edge of a bacterial colony>
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