oma

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See also: Oma, OMA, omã, Omã, omā, öma, and -oma

English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From German Oma.

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Noun[edit]

oma (plural omas)

  1. (among people of German ancestry) grandmother, grandma.

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Dutch[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

oma f (plural oma's, diminutive omaatje n)

  1. (colloquial) grandma, granny, nan

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Estonian[edit]

Adjective[edit]

oma (not comparable)

  1. own

Finnish[edit]

Adjective[edit]

oma (comparative omempi, superlative omin)

  1. own
  2. (military) friendly

Declension[edit]

Inflection of oma (Kotus type 10/koira, no gradation)
nominative oma omat
genitive oman omien
partitive omaa omia
illative omaan omiin
singular plural
nominative oma omat
accusative nom. oma omat
gen. oman
genitive oman omien
omainrare
partitive omaa omia
inessive omassa omissa
elative omasta omista
illative omaan omiin
adessive omalla omilla
ablative omalta omilta
allative omalle omille
essive omana omina
translative omaksi omiksi
instructive omin
abessive omatta omitta
comitative omine

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Noun[edit]

oma

  1. (military, chiefly in the plural) friendly (someone/s on the same side)
    Älä ammu, ne ovat omia.
    Don't shoot, they are friendlies.

Declension[edit]

Inflection of oma (Kotus type 10/koira, no gradation)
nominative oma omat
genitive oman omien
partitive omaa omia
illative omaan omiin
singular plural
nominative oma omat
accusative nom. oma omat
gen. oman
genitive oman omien
omainrare
partitive omaa omia
inessive omassa omissa
elative omasta omista
illative omaan omiin
adessive omalla omilla
ablative omalta omilta
allative omalle omille
essive omana omina
translative omaksi omiksi
instructive omin
abessive omatta omitta
comitative omineen

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Haitian Creole[edit]

Noun[edit]

oma

  1. lobster

Ladin[edit]

Noun[edit]

oma f (plural omans)

  1. mother

Latvian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

A borrowing from Old East Slavic умъ(umŭ, mind, intellect) (cf. Russian ум(um, mind, intellect, wit)), cognate with Lithuanian aumuõ(understanding, notion, intellect), genitive aumeñs. This word was borrowed into Latvian before the 13th century, while Old East Slavic у was still close to [o] in pronunciation. It conserved its original meaning (“mind,” “understanding”) well into the 19th century; the modern sense was an innovation introduced by A. Kronvalds.[1]

Pronunciation[edit]

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Noun[edit]

oma f (4th declension)

  1. mood (mental or emotional state)
    būt labā omā‎ ― to be in a good mood
    būt priecīgā omā‎ ― to be in a cheerful mood
    viņš šodien ir sliktā omā‎ ― he is in a bad mood today

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Karulis, Konstantīns (1992), “oma”, in Latviešu Etimoloģijas Vārdnīca (in Latvian), Rīga: AVOTS, ISBN 9984-700-12-7

Swazi[edit]

Etymology[edit]

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Verb[edit]

-oma

  1. to become dry

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Volapük[edit]

Pronoun[edit]

oma

  1. (genitive singular of om) "his"

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Zulu[edit]

Etymology[edit]

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Verb[edit]

-oma

  1. to become dry
  2. to become thirsty

Inflection[edit]

Tone class unknown
Infinitive ukwoma
Imperative Imperative
+ object prefix
Singular yoma yome
Plural yomani yomeni
Present Participial Subjunctive
1st singular ngiyoma, ngoma ngoma ngome
2nd singular uyoma, woma woma wome
1st plural siyoma, soma soma some
2nd plural niyoma, noma noma nome
Class 1 uyoma, woma oma ome
Class 2 bayoma, boma boma bome
Class 3 uyoma, woma woma wome
Class 4 iyoma, oma oma ome
Class 5 liyoma, loma loma lome
Class 6 ayoma, oma oma ome
Class 7 siyoma, soma soma some
Class 8 ziyoma, zoma zoma zome
Class 9 iyoma, oma oma ome
Class 10 ziyoma, zoma zoma zome
Class 11 luyoma, loma loma lwome
Class 14 buyoma, boma boma bome
Class 15 kuyoma, kwoma kwoma kwome
Class 17 kuyoma, kwoma kwoma kwome
Recent past Recent past
continuous
1st singular ngomile, ngomē bengoma
2nd singular womile, womē uboma
1st plural somile, somē siboma
2nd plural nomile, nomē niboma
Class 1 womile, womē uboma
Class 2 bomile, bomē beboma
Class 3 womile, womē bewoma
Class 4 omile, omē beyoma
Class 5 lomile, lomē beloma
Class 6 omile, omē aboma
Class 7 somile, somē besoma
Class 8 zomile, zomē bezoma
Class 9 omile, omē beyoma
Class 10 zomile, zomē bezoma
Class 11 lwomile, lwomē belwoma
Class 14 bomile, bomē beboma
Class 15 kwomile, kwomē bekwoma
Class 17 kwomile, kwomē bekwoma
Remote past Remote past
continuous
1st singular ngōma ngangoma
2nd singular wōma wawoma
1st plural sōma sasoma
2nd plural nōma nanoma
Class 1 wōma wayoma
Class 2 bōma baboma
Class 3 wōma wawoma
Class 4 yōma yayoma
Class 5 lōma laloma
Class 6 ōma ayoma
Class 7 sōma sasoma
Class 8 zōma zazoma
Class 9 yōma yayoma
Class 10 zōma zazoma
Class 11 lwōma lwalwoma
Class 14 bōma baboma
Class 15 kwōma kwakwoma
Class 17 kwōma kwakwoma
Future
1st singular ngizokwoma
2nd singular uzokwoma
1st plural sizokwoma
2nd plural nizokwoma
Class 1 uzokwoma
Class 2 bazokwoma
Class 3 uzokwoma
Class 4 izokwoma
Class 5 lizokwoma
Class 6 azokwoma
Class 7 sizokwoma
Class 8 zizokwoma
Class 9 izokwoma
Class 10 zizokwoma
Class 11 luzokwoma
Class 14 buzokwoma
Class 15 kuzokwoma
Class 17 kuzokwoma