-ose
I. adjective suffix Etymology: Latin -osus full of ; having ; possessing the qualities of <
cymose
>
II. noun suffix Etymology: French, from glucose 1. carbohydrate <
amylose
>
; especially sugar <
pentose
>
2. primary hydrolysis product <
proteose
>

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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