From northern Middle High German ōem and Middle Low German ōm, with reduction of the unstressed ultima and regular loss of intervocalic -h- from Old High German ōheim, Old Saxon *ōhēm, from Proto-Germanic *aw(a)haimaz.
- (archaic) Alternative form of
From the noun (etymology 1).
Ohm m, f (genitive Ohms)
- a surname
From the physicist Georg Ohm.
Ohm n (genitive Ohms, plural Ohm)
- ohm (unit of electrical resistance)