osseous etymology

English word osseous comes from English -eous

Detailed word origin of osseous

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-eous English (eng) Used to form adjectives meaning resembling or having characteristics of the related term.
osseous English (eng) Of, relating to, or made of bone; bony.

Words with the same origin as osseous

Descendants of -eous
advantageous aqueous beauteous bounteous courageous courteous cutaneous erroneous extraneous gaseous gorge gorgeous igneous instantaneous loasaceous miscellaneous nacreous nauseous outrageous piteous simulcast simultaneous spontaneous unrighteous vitreous