Definitions

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  • noun among people of German ancestry grandmother, grandma.

Etymologies

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From German Oma.

Examples

  • In Afrikaans oma evidently meant something like “old woman” or maybe even “grandma.”

    Fatal Error

  • In Afrikaans oma evidently meant something like “old woman” or maybe even “grandma.”

    Fatal Error

  • Numbris teeb ulmedebüüdi Kivisildnik, kes on antud tõsiasja ka oma blogis märkinud.

    «Algernoni» septembrinumber ilmunud

  • We want to mold the project so that it works within Kang'oma's societal, cultural and economic realities.

    Ken Wong: Charity as a Drop in the Bucket: Day 7

  • Another few weeks of waiting and I'll know which "oma" he was.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • Another few weeks of waiting and I'll know which "oma" he was.

    Oh, Crap-with-a-big-C.

  • And my current dream vehicle is one of those Dutch "oma" bikes with skirt- and chain-guards.

    Ten Reasons Skirts are Better Than Pants - A Dress A Day

  • Kuid selleks, et võimalikku kriisi (kapitalistlikus turumajanduses on neid ikka aeg-ajalt:)) üle elada, saaksime me muuta ka oma sotsiaalpoliitikat, nimelt investeerida rohkem ühisesse kassasse ja luua paremini funktsioneerivaid ühisteenuseid ja võrgustikke, mis võimaldaksid meil kriisiajad üle elada.

    tatsutahime Diary Entry

  • Selle lühifilmi puhul arvasin ma alguses, et see on Jaapani toodang, aga selgus siiski, et hoopis Kanada oma...

    Junko's Shamisen (2009)

  • Inglise väljaanded ongi jäänud oma tiigri-pealkirja juurde ja USA omad pealkirja «The Stars My Destination» juurde.

    Ilmus «Tiiger! Tiiger!»

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