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It Has 2 letters ( o m )         1 vowels ( o )         1 consonants ( m )         Word on the contrary mo

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* aum

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English - Etymology

From Sanskrit _ॐ_ (oṁ).

From Sanskrit (oṁ).

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English - Pronunciation

* (UK) IPA(key): /ɒm/, /əʊm/

  • (UK) IPA(key): /ɒm/, /əʊm/

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OM (_plural_ OMS) * (Hinduism, Buddhism) A sacred, mystical syllable used in prayer and meditation. * 1982, Lawrence Durrell, _Constance_, Faber & Faber 2004 (_Avignon Quintet_), p. 800: In fact it sounded exactly like the voice of Livia, her vanished sister, and, like her, it was intoning the _AUM_ just as she used once to do at the beginning of her yoga sessions. * 2001, Hazel Curry, _The Guardian_, 20 Oct 2001: OM is pronounced "a-a-o-o-u-u-m-m" and is repeated slowly for as long as possible. TRANSLATIONS

om (plural oms)

  1. (Hinduism, Buddhism) A sacred, mystical syllable used in prayer and meditation.

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English - Anagrams

* mo , Mo, m/o, mo', MO, m.o.

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Aromanian - Etymology

From Latin _homō_.

From Latin homō.

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Aromanian - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): [om]

  • IPA(key): [om]

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Aromanian - Noun

OM m (_plural_ OAMINJ) * man, person SEE ALSO * bãrbat

om m (plural oaminj)

  1. man, person

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Which the in categoryCATALAN - ETYMOLOGY
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Catalan - Etymology

From Latin _ulmus_.

From Latin ulmus.

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Catalan - Noun

OM m (_plural_ OMS) * elm

om m (plural oms)

  1. elm

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Chickasaw - Adjective

OM * on

om

  1. on

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Danish - Preposition

OM * about

om

  1. about

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Dutch - Etymology

From Middle Dutch _ombe_, _omme_, from Old Dutch _umbi_, _umbe_, from Proto-Germanic _*umbi_.

From Middle Dutch ombe, omme, from Old Dutch umbi, umbe, from Proto-Germanic *umbi.

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Dutch - Preposition

OM * around, about * at (a time) INFLECTION

om

  1. around, about
  2. at (a time)

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Dutch - Adverb

OM * around, about * around, over (to another state) _Hij zette de schakelaar OM._ He turned the switch OVER. * over, from an upright to a horizontal position (as in "fall over") DERIVED TERMS * andersom * omheen * omtrek * omweg

om

  1. around, about
  2. around, over (to another state)
    Hij zette de schakelaar om.
    He turned the switch over.
  3. over, from an upright to a horizontal position (as in "fall over")

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Dutch - Conjunction

OM * (om te) in order to

om

  1. (om te) in order to

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Dutch - Adjective

OM (_used only predicatively_, _not comparable_) * convinced, persuaded _De rechter is OM._ The judge has been PERSUADED.

om (used only predicatively, not comparable)

  1. convinced, persuaded
    De rechter is om.
    The judge has been persuaded.

Which the in categoryFRIULIAN - ALTERNATIVE FORMS
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Friulian - Alternative Forms

* omp

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Friulian - Etymology

From Latin _homō_.

From Latin homō.

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Friulian - Noun

OM m (_plural_ OMS) or UMIGN * man, person * husband SYNONYMS * (husband): marît, cristian SEE ALSO * femine

om m (plural oms) or umign

  1. man, person
  2. husband

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Middle Dutch - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): /om/

  • IPA(key): /om/

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Middle Dutch - Preposition

OM * alternative form of _omme_

om

  1. alternative form of omme

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Middle Dutch - Adverb

OM * alternative form of _omme_

om

  1. alternative form of omme

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Norwegian Bokmål - Preposition

OM * around _Bind et rep OM halsen hans!_ (Tie a rope AROUND his neck!) * in (when speaking of time) (after a period of time) _Jeg kommer OM ti minutter._ (I shall be there IN ten minutes) * about _Vi snakket nettopp OM deg._ (We were just talking ABOUT you) * during, in (with words for seasons or times of the day) _OM våren_ DURING the spring, IN the springtime _OM kvelden_ IN the evening

om

  1. around
    Bind et rep om halsen hans! (Tie a rope around his neck!)
  2. in (when speaking of time) (after a period of time)
    Jeg kommer om ti minutter. (I shall be there in ten minutes)
  3. about
    Vi snakket nettopp om deg. (We were just talking about you)
  4. during, in (with words for seasons or times of the day)
    om våren
    during the spring, in the springtime
    om kvelden
    in the evening

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Norwegian Nynorsk - Etymology

From Old Norse _um_.

From Old Norse um.

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Norwegian Nynorsk - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): /ʊm/ (example of pronunciation)

  • IPA(key): /ʊm/ (example of pronunciation)

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Norwegian Nynorsk - Preposition

OM * around * in (after a period of time)

om

  1. around
  2. in (after a period of time)

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Norwegian Nynorsk - References

* “om” in _The Nynorsk Dictionary_.

Which the in categoryOLD FRENCH - ETYMOLOGY
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Old French - Etymology

Latin _homo_.

Latin homo.

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Old French - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): /ɔm/

  • IPA(key): /ɔm/

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Old French - Noun

OM m (_oblique plural_ ONS, _nominative singular_ ONS, _nominative plural_ OM) * alternative form of _hom_

om m (oblique plural ons, nominative singular ons, nominative plural om)

  1. alternative form of hom

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Old Provençal - Alternative Forms

* ome * omne

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Old Provençal - Etymology

Latin _homo_

Latin homo

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Old Provençal - Noun

OM m (_oblique plural_ OMS, _nominative singular_ OMS, _nominative plural_ OM) * man (male adult human being)

om m (oblique plural oms, nominative singular oms, nominative plural om)

  1. man (male adult human being)

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Polish - Alternative Forms

* ohm

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Polish - Etymology

Named after the German physicist Georg Ohm.

Named after the German physicist Georg Ohm.

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* IPA(key): /ɔm/

  • IPA(key): /ɔm/

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Polish - Noun

OM m * ohm DECLENSION

om m

  1. ohm

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Romanian - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): [om]

  • IPA(key): [om]

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Romanian - Etymology 1

From Latin _homō_. Compare Catalan _home_, Esperanto _homo_, French _homme_, Interlingua _homine_, Italian _uomo_, Portuguese _homem_, Sardinian _ómine_, Spanish _hombre_. NOUN OM m (_plural_ OAMENI) * man, e.g. male * (regardless of gender) human being DECLENSION SYNONYMS * bărbat * (o) ființă umană * persoană ANTONYMS * neom DERIVED TERMS * omenesc * omeni * omenire * omenie * omenos RELATED TERMS * inuman * neuman * uman

From Latin homō.
Compare Catalan home, Esperanto homo, French homme, Interlingua homine, Italian uomo, Portuguese homem, Sardinian ómine, Spanish hombre.

Noun

om m (plural oameni)

  1. man, e.g. male
  2. (regardless of gender) human being
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  • neom
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Romanian - Etymology 2

Auxiliary verb form VERB (NOI) OM (_modal auxiliary; first-person plural form of VREA, used with infinitives to form presumptive tenses_) * (we) might _OM merge mâine undeva_ we might go somewhere tomorrow

Auxiliary verb form

Verb

(noi) om (modal auxiliary; first-person plural form of vrea, used with infinitives to form presumptive tenses)

  1. (we) might
    om merge mâine undeva
    we might go somewhere tomorrow

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Swedish - Etymology

From Old Norse _um_.

From Old Norse um.

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Swedish - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): /ɔm/

  • IPA(key): /ɔm/

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Swedish - Conjunction

OM * if

om

  1. if

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Swedish - Preposition

OM * about _en bok OM tåg_ a book about trains _Vad pratar de OM?_ What are they talking about? * in, within (when talking about time) _OM tio minuter_ in ten minutes * around _Han har ett rep OM sin hals_ He's got a rope around his neck _De flyttade OM möblerna_ They moved the furniture around _Kocken rörde OM i grytan_ The chef stirred (moved around) the pan * during, in (with words for seasons or times of the day) _OM våren_ during the spring, in the springtime _OM kvällarna_ in the evenings * a (only when speaking about daily or yearly frequencies) _Han röker fem cigaretter OM dagen_ He smokes five cigarettes a day _De reser till Finland två gånger OM året_ They go to Finland twice a year * of _till vänster OM kylskåpet_ to the left of the refrigerator _norr OM staden_ north of the city _Ta hand OM det!_ Take care of it! RELATED TERMS * bry sig om * året om * även om

om

  1. about
    en bok om tåg
    a book about trains
    Vad pratar de om?
    What are they talking about?
  2. in, within (when talking about time)
    om tio minuter
    in ten minutes
  3. around
    Han har ett rep om sin hals
    He's got a rope around his neck
    De flyttade om möblerna
    They moved the furniture around
    Kocken rörde om i grytan
    The chef stirred (moved around) the pan
  4. during, in (with words for seasons or times of the day)
    om våren
    during the spring, in the springtime
    om kvällarna
    in the evenings
  5. a (only when speaking about daily or yearly frequencies)
    Han röker fem cigaretter om dagen
    He smokes five cigarettes a day
    De reser till Finland två gånger om året
    They go to Finland twice a year
  6. of
    till vänster om kylskåpet
    to the left of the refrigerator
    norr om staden
    north of the city
    Ta hand om det!
    Take care of it!

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Swedish - Particle

OM * specifies that a verb is done again, compare English "re-". _Hon målade OM huset._ She repainted the house. _Sara blev tvungen att göra OM läxorna._ Sara had to do her homework again.

om

  1. specifies that a verb is done again, compare English "re-".
    Hon målade om huset.
    She repainted the house.
    Sara blev tvungen att göra om läxorna.
    Sara had to do her homework again.

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Volapük - Pronoun

OM (_plural_ OMS) * he (third-person masculine) * (obsolete) it (third-person neuter) DECLENSION

om (plural oms)

  1. he (third-person masculine)
  2. (obsolete) it (third-person neuter)

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