omohyoid muscle o·mo·hy·oid muscle (ō’mō-hī’oid’)
A muscle having two bellies attached to an intermediate tendon, with origin by the inferior belly from the upper border of the scapula, with insertion by the superior belly into the hyoid bone, with nerve supply from the upper cervical nerve through the cervical ansa, and whose action depresses the hyoid.
[oh-moh-lah-rah] /oʊˈmoʊ lɑˌrɑ/ noun 1. a male given name: from a West African word meaning “child born at the right time.”.
[om-uh-lon; Russian uh-muh-lawn] /ˌɒm əˈlɒn; Russian ʌ məˈlɔn/ noun 1. a river in NE Russia, flowing N to the Kolyma River. 600 miles (965 km) long.
[oh-moo] /oʊˈmu/ noun 1. a novel (1847) by Herman Melville.
combining form 1. indicating rain: ombrogenous, ombrophilous