See also: omît
(at least by 1422) Enters Late Middle English, from Latin omittere which means literally “to let go”, from ob- + mittere (“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.
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.