[oh-muh-haw, -hah] /ˈoʊ məˌhɔ, -ˌhɑ/
noun, plural Omahas (especially collectively) Omaha for 2.
a city in E Nebraska, on the Missouri River.
a member of a North American Indian people of northeastern Nebraska.
the Siouan language of the Omaha, mutually intelligible with Ponca.
Military. the World War II Allied code name for one of the five D-Day invasion beaches on France’s Normandy coast, attacked by American troops.
a city in E Nebraska, on the Missouri River opposite Council Bluffs, Iowa: the largest city in the state; the country’s largest livestock market and meat-packing centre. Pop: 404 267 (2003 est)
Siouan Indians of northeastern Nebraska, 1804, perhaps from Omaha umaha, perhaps literally “upstream (people), against the flow.”
Omaha [(oh-muh-haw, oh-muh-hah)]
Largest city in Nebraska.
[oh-mahn] /oʊˈmɑn/ noun 1. Sultanate of. Formerly Muscat and Oman. an independent sultanate in SE Arabia. About 82,800 sq. mi. (212,380 sq. km). Capital: Muscat. 2. Gulf of, a NW arm of the Arabian Sea, at the entrance to the Persian Gulf. /əʊˈmɑːn/ noun 1. a sultanate in SE Arabia, on the Gulf of Oman […]
[oh-mah-nee] /oʊˈmɑ ni/ adjective 1. of or relating to Oman or its people. noun 2. a native or inhabitant of Oman. /əʊˈmɑːnɪ/ noun 1. a native or inhabitant of Oman adjective 2. of or relating to Oman or its inhabitants
[oh-mahr] /ˈoʊ mɑr/ noun 1. a male given name. /ˈəʊmɑː/ noun 1. died 644 ad, the second caliph of Islam (634–44). During his reign Islamic armies conquered Syria and Mesopotamia: murdered eloquent, the son of Eliphaz, who was Esau’s eldest son (Gen. 36:11-15).
- Omar Khayyám
[oh-mahr kahy-yahm, -yam, oh-mer] /ˈoʊ mɑr kaɪˈyɑm, -ˈyæm, ˈoʊ mər/ noun 1. died 1123? Persian poet and mathematician. [kahy-yahm, -yam] /kaɪˈyɑm, -ˈyæm/ noun 1. Omar, . /ˈəʊmɑː kaɪˈɑːm/ noun 1. ?1050–?1123, Persian poet, mathematician, and astronomer, noted for the Rubáiyát, a collection of quatrains, popularized in the West by Edward Fitzgerald’s version (1859) /kaɪˈɑːm/ noun […]