POSE, noun s as z. [See the Verb.] In heraldry, a lion, horse or other beast standing still, with all his feet on the ground.
POSE, noun s as z. A stuffing of the head; catarrh.
POSE, verb transitive s as z. [Latin posui.]
1. To puzzle, [a word of the same origin; ] to set; to put to a stand or stop; to gravel.
Learning was pos'd, philosophy was set.
I design not to pose them with those common enigmas of magnetism.
2. To puzzle or put to a stand by asking difficult questions; to set by questions; hence, to interrogate closely, or with a view to scrutiny.