Variant of omer
- (Judaism, usually with 'the') The 49-day period from the second day of Passover to Pentecost, begun and ended with an offering of a sheaf of barley and noted nightly during evening prayer.
- The counting of the Omer—the Sefiras HaOmer—is a mitzvah.
- (Judaism) Alternative form of : the sheaf of barley offered on the second day of Passover.
Cognates of ōd include: the first part of given names like Otto, Edward, Edmund etc. See also Old English ēad. Cognates of mǣr/mār include: the second part of given names like Sigmar, Dietmar, Ingemar etc. See Old English mǣre.
Cognates of Omer include: Czech and German Otmar.
- A male given name.