I. verb or oss \\ˈäs\ (ossed ; ossed ; ossing ; osses)
Etymology: Middle English ossen to prophesy, presage
dialect England : attempt, venture, dare
II. noun (-s)
Etymology: obsolete osse, v., to prophesy, presage, from Middle English ossen
obsolete : a prophetic or ominous utterance

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