There are 2 definitions of posy in English:

posy1

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Pronunciation: /ˈpəʊzi
 
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noun (plural posies)

1A small bunch of flowers.
More example sentences
  • Both children received a special cup, as well as a posy of flowers for the princess and a buttonhole for the prince.
  • As the youngest member of the school, and celebrating her birthday that day, five-year-old Rosie presented the Duchess with a posy of flowers on her arrival.
  • To complete the desired effect of Edmund's cuteness, the photographer has put a posy of flowers into his hand, then perched him on a tall rattan chair from which his short legs dangle.
Synonyms
2 archaic A short motto or line of verse inscribed inside a ring.

Origin

late Middle English (in sense 2): contraction of poesy.

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Pronunciation: ˈapəzɪt
adjective
apt in the circumstances or relation to something

There are 2 definitions of posy in English:

posy2

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adjective

variant spelling of posey.

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