- n. A person from Oman or of Omani descent.
- adj. Of, from, or pertaining to Oman or the Omani people.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Of or relating to Oman or its people.
- n. A native or inhabitant of Oman.
- n. a native or inhabitant of Oman
- adj. of or relating to Oman or its people
“Also known as Omani limes or black limes, they have a strong sour-bitter flavor and are often used to flavor rice dishes.”
“Aides to President Saleh said he is still trying to secure approval from the Omani ruler to allow him permanent exile, a deal these people say wasn't discussed before he left Yemen.”
“Head down to Muscat proper, the old part of town, where you can walk right up to the gates of Sultan Qaboos's palace, and see traditional Omani artifacts at the Bait Al Zubair museum Muscat; 968-2473-6688; www.baitalzubairmuseum.com .”
“By The Name Of God the Sultanate Of Oman Will Pay what they take from foreigners right, Money and they steal them ... and we will soon send a case for Jordanian Guy was working in Oman and what they did for him to make him escape a way from Oman from the Omani Government pressure cause he was asking for his right which is stolen from Omani People ....”
“Hours later, the men were in a convoy with Swiss and Omani diplomats headed to Tehran's aging Mehrabad airport – whose designers in the 1950s included the late American architect William Pereira.”
“That night, camping closer to the sea, I chat to Salah al-Mahthori, from the Omani government's Arabian Oryx project.”
“Demonstrators gathered in the southern Omani city of Salalah on Friday, demanding reforms.”
“Before boarding the plane in the Omani capital Saturday night, the men made brief statements and thanked Oman's ruler for helping secure their release.”
“The family thanked Omani and Swiss diplomats for negotiating the pair's release.”
“The Omani official spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivities of negotiations.”
Looking for tweets for Omani.