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osseous

adjective os·se·ous \ˈä-sē-əs\

Definition of OSSEOUS

:  bony 1

Origin of OSSEOUS

Latin osseus, from oss-, os bone; akin to Greek osteon bone, Sanskrit asthi
First Known Use: 1682

osseous

adjective os·se·ous \ˈäs-ē-əs\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of OSSEOUS

:  of, relating to, or composed of bone
os·se·ous·ly adverb

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