Omkaar

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Etymology[edit]

From an ancient Sanskrit name ओंकार (oṃkāra, om, aum) adopted by Hindus which translated means “the primordial sound from which the universe was manifest,” shortened to (oṃ).

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Omkaar

  1. A male given name from India
  2. A Hindu title for a supreme god, “the primordial sound from which the universe was manifest.”

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