MEANING: verb tr., intr.:
1. To diffuse gradually.
2. To undergo or to subject to osmosis: the diffusion of fluid from a solution of low concentration to one of high concentration through a semipermeable membrane.

ETYMOLOGY: Back-formation from osmosis, from Greek osmos (to push). Earliest documented use: 1884, for osmosis: 1863.

OZMOSE - how Bullwinlke goes off to see the Wizard

O, S'MORE - Well, if you don't want to toast marshmallows over the campfire, what would you like?

DOS MOUSE - how you use the Disk Operating System