OM

Proper noun

OM

(politics) Initialism of Occupy movement.

(Commonwealth, UK) Initialism of Order of Merit. (a dynastic order of the Royal House of Windsor)

Noun

OM (countable and uncountable, plural OMs)

Initialism of old measurement.

(CB radio slang) Initialism of old man (term of address for a male)

Synonym: OB

Anagrams

• -mo, MO, Mo, Mo., m.o., m/o, mo, mo'

Etymology

Noun

om (plural oms)

(Hinduism, Buddhism) A sacred, mystical syllable used in prayer and meditation.

Verb

om (third-person singular simple present oms, present participle omming, simple past and past participle ommed)

(intransitive) To chant the sacred syllable om.

Anagrams

• -mo, MO, Mo, Mo., m.o., m/o, mo, mo'

Source: Wiktionary



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