Definition for PO'SY

PO'SY, n. [s as z. Qu. poesy; or a collection, a cluster, from the W. posiaw, to collect. See Pose.]

  1. A motto inscribed on a ring, &c. – Addison.
  2. A bunch of flowers. – Spenser.
  3. A corruption of poesy. [1841 Addenda only; see POESY.]

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