- 1The twenty-fourth, and last, letter of the Greek alphabet (Ω, ω), transliterated as ‘o’ or ‘ō.’.More example sentences
- Ah, yes, the round letters are quite small; yes, the omicrons and omegas seem to hover, there, in the middle of the line.
- Alpha, rho, tau, sigma, omega, Ash went over the letters he saw in his mind while Lari just stared, apparently in her own little world.
- After all, her father was a maths teacher who knew his alpha from his omega.
- 1.1The last of a series; the final development: [as modifier]: the omega pointMore example sentences
- There are dangers to thinking of time as headed inevitably to some omega point, of us being on some inevitable road to Armageddon.
- For a Pack werewolf, such a handicap would condemn me to omega status - the bottom of the heap.
- That's the beginning and the end, the alpha and the omega, and there's no exceptions.
- 1.2 (Omega) [followed by Latin genitive] Astronomy The twenty-fourth star in a constellation: Omega ScorpiiMore example sentences
- Finally there is Omega Scorpii, made up of two stars which. can be seen separately with the naked eye; the magnitudes are. 4.0 and 4.3.
- Omega Scorpii, a star, looks like a fifth moon, so don't be deceived.
- Omega Centauri has been known to be an unusual globular cluster for a long time.
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from Greek ō mega 'big O'.
More definitions of omegaDefinition of omega in:
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