[oh-mer; Sephardic Hebrew aw-mer; Ashkenazic Hebrew oh-mer] /ˈoʊ mər; Sephardic Hebrew ɔˈmɛr; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈoʊ mɛr/
a Hebrew unit of dry measure, the tenth part of an ephah.
(usually initial capital letter) Judaism. the period of 49 days extending from the second day of Passover to the first day of Shavuoth.
an ancient Hebrew unit of dry measure equal to one tenth of an ephah
(Judaism) a period of seven weeks extending from the second day of Passover to the first day of Shavuoth, and observed as a period of semimourning
Hebrew measure of capacity (a little over 5 pints), from Hebrew ‘omer.
a handful, one-tenth of an ephah=half a gallon dry measure (Ex. 16:22, 32, 33, 36)=”tenth deal.”
Object Management Facility. Part of the DAA proposed by Hewlett-Packard and Sun.
[aw-mer-tah; English oh-mer-tuh] /ˌɔ mɛrˈtɑ; English oʊˈmɛr tə/ noun, Italian. 1. secrecy sworn to by oath; code of silence. /omerˈta/ noun 1. a conspiracy of silence n. 1909, from dialectal form of Italian umilta “humility,” in reference to the code of submission of individuals to the group interest, from Latin humilitas (see humility).
1. Oh my God! (used to express surprise, alarm, etc.) abbreviation 1. Oh my God!: used esp in emails, text messages, etc Internet chat abbreviation of oh my God, by 1994. (Earlier in computerese it meant Object Management Group, 1989, a consortium which helped pave the way for the modern Internet.) Object Management Group 1. […]
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