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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

Omnibenevolent

ˌɒmnɪbəˈnɛv(ə)l(ə)nt

Meanings of Omnibenevolent:

adjective

(of a deity) possessing perfect or unlimited goodness.

Usage examples:

The belief in an omnipotent and omnibenevolent god

Omnibus

ˈɒmnɪbəs

Meanings of Omnibus:

noun

A volume containing several books previously published separately.

Usage examples:

An omnibus of her first trilogy
adjective

Comprising several items.

Usage examples:

Omnibus editions of novels

Meanings of Omnibuses:

noun

A volume containing several books previously published separately.

Usage examples:

An omnibus of her first trilogy
adjective

Comprising several items.

Usage examples:

Omnibus editions of novels

Meanings of Omnicausality:

noun

The fact of being the cause of all things; universal causality.

Meanings of Omnicompetent:

adjective

Able to deal with all matters.

Usage examples:

Parents are not omnicompetent

Omnidirectional

ˌɒm.nɪ.daɪˈrek.ʃən.əl

Meanings of Omnidirectional:

adjective

Receiving signals from or transmitting in all directions.

Usage examples:

An omnidirectional microphone

Omnifarious

ˌɒmnɪˈfɛːrɪəs

Meanings of Omnifarious:

adjective

Comprising or relating to all sorts or varieties.

Usage examples:

The views of passengers travelling on the clapham omnibus these days are omnifarious

Meanings of Omniferous:

adjective

Bearing, carrying, or consisting of all things, or many kinds or sorts of things.

Meanings of Omnific:

adjective

All-creating; making or doing all things.

Meanings of Omnificence:

noun

The fact or quality of being omnific, of making or doing everything.

Meanings of Omnificent:

adjective

= omnific .

Meanings of Omnifocal:

adjective

Designating a lens whose power changes continuously from top to bottom.

noun

An omnifocal lens.

Meanings of Omniform:

adjective

Of all forms; having, taking, or displaying any or every form; of all shapes, appearances, or manifestations.

Meanings of Omnigenous:

adjective

Of all kinds; of unlimited or exceptionally great diversity or variety.

Meanings of Omnilegent:

adjective

Reading everything, familiar with all or a great amount of literature.

Meanings of Omnilingual:

adjective

Speaking or understanding all or many languages.

Meanings of Omniloquent:

adjective

Speaking of all things or on all subjects.

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