[om-i-kron, oh-mi-] /ˈɒm ɪˌkrɒn, ˈoʊ mɪ-/
the 15th letter of the Greek alphabet (O, o).
the vowel sound represented by this letter.
the 15th letter in the Greek alphabet (Ο, ο), a short vowel, transliterated as o
15th letter of the Greek alphabet, literally “small ‘o,’ ” from Greek (s)mikros “small,” from PIE *smik-. Because the vowel was “short” in ancient Greek. Cf. Omega.
omicron om·i·cron (ŏm’ĭ-krŏn’, ō’mĭ-)
Symbol o The 15th letter of the Greek alphabet.
/ˌəʊmaɪˈɡɒd/ interjection 1. an exclamation of surprise, pleasure, dismay, etc interjection an exclamation equivalent to ‘oh my god,’ for astonishment or shock, embarrassment or fear; also written ohmigod Word Origin 1891
open mouth, insert keyboard
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[om-uh-nuh s] /ˈɒm ə nəs/ adjective 1. portending evil or harm; foreboding; threatening; inauspicious: an ominous bank of dark clouds. 2. indicating the nature of a future event, for good or evil; having the significance of an ; being a portent: Some of these events were immediately ominous, while others only later revealed themselves as […]