osseous

[adj] - composed of or containing bone
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Osseous

Osseous: Having to do with the bone, consisting of bone, or resembling bone. From 'os' which is a synonym for 'bone.' The Latin word 'os' means 'bone' as does the related Greek word 'osteon.'
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Osseous

Os'se·ous adjective [ Latin osseus , from os , ossis bone; akin to Greek ..., Sanskrit asthi . Confer Oyster .] Composed of bone; resembling bone; capable of forming bone; bony; ossific.
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osseous

Composed of bone; resembling bone; capable of forming bone; bony; ossific. ... Origin: L. Osseus, from os, ossis bone; akin to Gr, Skr. Asthi. Cf. Oyster. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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osseous

osteal adjective composed of or containing bone; `osseous tissue`
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osseous

(os´e-әs) of the nature or quality of bone; bony.
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Osseous

• (a.) Composed of bone; resembling bone; capable of forming bone; bony; ossific.
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osseous

Type: Term Pronunciation: os′ē-ŭs Definitions: 1. Bony, of bonelike consistency or structure. Synonyms: osteal
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OSSEOUS

Bony.
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Osseous

Bony, hard, brittle; of very close texture.
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osseous

Composed of, or resembling, bone; bony. Osseous tissue is bony tissue.
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