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Omental

əʊˈmen.təl

Meanings of Omental:

adjective

Relating to the omentum (= the layer of tissue around the stomach and intestines)

Meanings of Omentopexy:

noun

The surgical attachment of the greater omentum to another structure, usually in the thorax or abdomen, especially in order to increase arterial or venous circulation or to cover a defect; an instance of this.

Meanings of Omentosplenopexy:

noun

The surgical attachment of the greater omentum to another structure, usually in the thorax or abdomen, especially in order to increase arterial or venous circulation or to cover a defect; an instance of this.

Omentum

əʊˈmen.təm

Meanings of Omentum:

noun

A fold of peritoneum connecting the stomach with other abdominal organs.

Usage examples:

Diagnostic laparoscopy was performed, which revealed dilated veins in the omentum and falciform lig…

Meanings of Omentums:

noun

The layer of tissue around the stomach and intestines

Omer

ˈəʊmə

Meanings of Omer:

noun

An ancient hebrew dry measure, the tenth part of an ephah.

Usage examples:

And it came to pass, that on the sixth day they gathered twice as much bread, two omers for one man…

Meanings of Omers:

noun

An ancient hebrew dry measure, the tenth part of an ephah.

Usage examples:

And it came to pass, that on the sixth day they gathered twice as much bread, two omers for one man…

Meanings of Omicron:

noun

The fifteenth letter of the greek alphabet ( ο, ο ), transliterated as ‘o’.

Omicrons

əʊˈmaɪ.krɒn

Meanings of Omicrons:

noun

The fifteenth letter of the greek alphabet ( ο, ο ), transliterated as ‘o’.

Ominous

ˈɒm.ɪ.nəs

Meanings of Ominous:

adjective

Giving the worrying impression that something bad is going to happen; threateningly inauspicious.

Usage examples:

There were ominous dark clouds gathering overhead

Meanings of Omission:

noun

A person or thing that has been left out or excluded.

Usage examples:

There are glaring omissions in the report

Omissions

əʊˈmɪʃ.ən

Meanings of Omissions:

noun

A person or thing that has been left out or excluded.

Usage examples:

There are glaring omissions in the report

Meanings of Omits:

verb

Leave out or exclude (someone or something), either intentionally or forgetfully.

Usage examples:

He was omitted from the second test

Meanings of Omitter:

noun

A person who or (occasionally) thing which omits something.

Ommatidia

ˌɒməˈtɪdɪəm

Meanings of Ommatidia:

noun

Each of the optical units that make up the compound eye of an insect.

Usage examples:

In contrast, myriapods and chelicerates mostly lack compound eyes and the ommatidia of the few grou…

Meanings of Ommatidium:

noun

Each of the optical units that make up the compound eye of an insect.

Usage examples:

In contrast, myriapods and chelicerates mostly lack compound eyes and the ommatidia of the few grou…

Ommatophore

ˈɒmətəfɔː

Meanings of Ommatophore:

noun

A part of an invertebrate animal, especially a tentacle, which bears an eye.

Usage examples:

Most of the sensory cells found in the chemoreceptor of the ommatophore of helix pomatia are typica…

Meanings of Omneity:

noun

The fact or condition of being all; allness, specifically as an attribute of god. occasionally: god as an all-encompassing being.

Meanings of Omnes:

noun

Everyone, all: used as a stage direction to indicate that the following words or lines should be spoken by all actors present, except (where applicable) those actors to whom they are replying or responding.

Omni

ɒm.nɪ-

Meanings of Omni:

All; of all things.

Usage examples:

Omniscient
prefix

Everywhere or everything

Usage examples:

Omnipresent, omniscient

Meanings of Omniactive:

adjective

Active in all ways or everywhere.

Meanings of Omniana:

noun

Thoughts or scraps of information about all or many kinds of things, especially (a collection of) notes, jottings, or short pieces of writing on all or many kinds of subjects.

Meanings of Omniarch:

noun

A person who rules over the whole world or universe.

Meanings of Omniarchs:

noun

A person who rules over the whole world or universe.

Omnibenevolence

ˌɒmnɪbəˈnɛv(ə)l(ə)ns

Meanings of Omnibenevolence:

noun

(with reference to a deity) perfect or unlimited goodness.

Usage examples:

They believe that god has certain attributes such as omnipotence and omnibenevolence

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