The Collaborative International Dictionary
Ossein \Os"se*in\, n. [L. os bone.] (Physiol. Chem.) The organic basis of bone tissue; the residue after removal of the mineral matters from bone by dilute acid; in embryonic tissue, the substance in which the mineral salts are deposited to form bone; bone collagen; -- called also ostein. Chemically it is the same as collagen.
n. (alternative form of ossein English)
Usage examples of "ostein".
I ran past all with the speed of wind, and up to the summit of Mount Ostein, a mile in height, without stopping.