[om-nip-uh-tuh nt] /ɒmˈnɪp ə tənt/
almighty or infinite in power, as God.
having very great or unlimited authority or power.
an omnipotent being.
the Omnipotent, .
having very great or unlimited power
the Omnipotent, an epithet for God
early 14c., from Old French omnipotent “almighty, all-powerful” (11c.) or directly from Latin omnipotentem (nominative omnipotens) “all-powerful, almighty,” from omnis “all” (see omni-) + potens (genitive potentis) “powerful” (see potent). Strictly only of God or a deity; general sense of “having absolute power or authority” is attested from 1590s.
[om-nuh-prez-uh nt] /ˌɒm nəˈprɛz ənt/ adjective 1. present everywhere at the same time: the omnipresent God. /ˌɒmnɪˈprɛzənt/ adjective 1. (esp of a deity) present in all places at the same time n. c.1600, from Medieval Latin omnipraesentia, from omnipraesens, from Latin omnis “all, every” (see omni-) + praesens “present” (see present (adj.)). adj. c.1600, from […]
[om-nuh-prez-uh nt] /ˌɒm nəˈprɛz ənt/ adjective 1. present everywhere at the same time: the omnipresent God. /ˌɒmnɪˈprɛzənt/ adjective 1. (esp of a deity) present in all places at the same time adj. c.1600, from Medieval Latin omnipraesentem (nominative omnipraesens); see omnipresence. Related: Omnipresently.
[om-nuh-reynj] /ˈɒm nəˌreɪndʒ/ noun 1. a radio navigational aid in which stations emit distinctive signals on each of 360 degrees, giving the bearing of each degree with reference to magnetic north. /ˈɒmnɪˌreɪndʒ/ noun 1. a very-high-frequency ground radio navigational system to assist a pilot in plotting his exact position
[om-nish-uh ns] /ɒmˈnɪʃ əns/ noun 1. the quality or state of being . 2. infinite knowledge. 3. (initial capital letter) . n. 1610s, from Medieval Latin omniscientia “all-knowledge,” from Latin omnis “all” (see omni-) + scientia “knowledge” (see science).