Definition of osseofibrous in US English:

osseofibrous

adjective

Anatomy
  • Consisting of fibrous tissue and bone.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Robert Bentley Todd (1809–1860), physician and physiologist. From classical Latin osseus bony + -o- + fibrous.

Pronunciation

osseofibrous

/ˌɒsɪəʊˈfʌɪbrəs/