or O·se·tian

[o-see-shuh n]
  1. an Osset.

Origin of Ossetian

1805–15; Osset(ia) or Osset + -ian
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Historical Examples of ossetian

  • But his father had been of pure Ossetian blood, and now he was acknowledged Chief of a certain wild, and semi-Christian tribe.


    R. D. Blackmore