Definition of osey in US English:

osey

noun

rare, historical
  • Any of several, probably often sweet, Portuguese wines from the Lisbon area, but frequently associated with the Auxois and Alsace areas of France.

Origin

Late Middle English; earliest use found in Statutes of Realm. From Anglo-Norman osey from Oseye, the name of Azoia, a region near Lisbon in Portugal.

Pronunciation

osey

/ˈəʊsi/