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See also: omît
At least by 1422, from late Middle English omitten, borrowed from Latin omittere, present active infinitive of omittō (“to let go”), from ob- + mittō (“to send”), but also had the connotations “to fail to perform” and “to neglect”.
- (transitive) To leave out or exclude.
- (transitive) To fail to perform.
- (transitive, rare) To neglect or take no notice of.
- (leave out or exclude): leave off, miss out; see also Thesaurus:omit
- (fail to perform):
- (take no notice of): disregard, ignore, pass, turn a blind eye
to leave out or exclude
to fail to perform
to neglect or take no notice of
- Second-person singular indicative present form of omia.
- Second-person singular indicative past form of omia.