[om-fuh-loh-skep-sis] /ˌɒm fə loʊˈskɛp sɪs/
contemplation of one’s navel as part of a mystical exercise.
1925, from omphalo- + Greek -skepsis, from skeptesthai “to reflect, look, view” (see scope (n.1)). Also omphaloscopy (1931), and used in the sense of “navel-gazer” were omphalopsychic (1892), omphalopsychite (1882).
omphalospinous om·pha·lo·spi·nous (ŏm’fə-lō-spī’nəs) adj. Of or being a line connecting the navel and the anterior superior spine of the ilium.
omphalotomy om·pha·lot·o·my (ŏm’fə-lŏt’ə-mē) n. Cutting of the umbilical cord at birth.
Optical Mark Reader Oman-rial (currency)
[om-rahy] /ˈɒm raɪ/ noun 1. a king of Israel and the father of Ahab. I Kings 16:16–28. servant of Jehovah. When Elah was murdered by Zimri at Tirzah (1 Kings 16:15-27), Omri, his captain, was made king (B.C. 931). For four years there was continued opposition to his reign, Tibni, another claimant to the throne, […]