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omigod

Line breaks: omi¦god
Pronunciation: /ˌəʊmʌɪˈɡɒd
 
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(also omigosh /əʊmʌɪˈɡɒʃ/)

Definition of omigod in English:

exclamation

informal
Used to express shock or disbelief: omigod, omigod, I’m going to be famous!
More example sentences
  • Omigod: I haven't bought the soya milk or the herbal tea, and the sitting room looks a mess.
  • I sent them letters filled with Scripture and they said 'Omigod, she's in a cult.'
  • "Omigod, so you have, like, every song, ever?"

Origin

1960s: altered spelling of oh my God (or oh my gosh).

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