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Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary

masc. proper name, from Old English Osmund, literally "divine protection," from os "a god" (see Oscar) + -mund (see mount (n.)).

Osmond, NE -- U.S. city in Nebraska
Population (2000): 796
Housing Units (2000): 370
Land area (2000): 0.702300 sq. miles (1.818948 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.003395 sq. miles (0.008793 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 0.705695 sq. miles (1.827741 sq. km)
FIPS code: 37595
Located within: Nebraska (NE), FIPS 31
Location: 42.359300 N, 97.597699 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 68765
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Osmond, NE

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Usage examples of "osmond".

Harley has the wise head, and Osmond has the drive, like Dilke and Joe Chamberlain in the old days.

It appeared to Reggie that she was looking at Osmond, the rising politician.

This partnership with Osmond means he does the giving and Osmond does the taking.

Alix made her way to the group of Osmond and Harley and was taken into it with a welcome of affectionate familiarity.

After a moment of general talk in the group, Alix and Osmond detached themselves, and she went off on his arm towards the ballroom.

And from his devotion to me, definite purposes emerged: I was to be instructed that the politician Osmond is a bad man all round and especially a rogue with women.

He also wanted me to believe Osmond has been playing the deuce with Molly Marne.

The earnest efforts of the man Luttrell to instruct me that Osmond is a bad egg.

That might be faking a case against Osmond or getting ready to blackmail him on a genuine case.

The gist of it is that Osmond was the fellow who knocked Lady Rosnay down, that he stole her tiara, and that he did Luttrell in because Luttrell knew too much, accused him or was standing in with him or tried to blackmail him - pay your money and take your choice.

Never excluding the possibility some of the shadows are veracious - possibility that Osmond did do these little jobs.

She wandered into the Osmond circle at the ball - Osmond and Alix, Harleys and Daretts, old uncle Tom Cobley and all.

Then Osmond would get up with a slashing speech to taunt all the malcontents on the Government side into running amuck.

I suppose you dismissed the vulgar thought that somebody might be managing you - directing you to watch Osmond tonight?

I was told because I asked to be told when Osmond was down for his next big speech.