Os"ma*zome (?), n. [Gr. smell, odor + broth: cf. F. osmazome.] Old Chem.

A substance formerly supposed to give to soup and broth their characteristic odor, and probably consisting of one or several of the class of nitrogenous substances which are called extractives.

 

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