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Definition of the noun Omania

What does Omania mean as a name of something?

Omania is a genus of Pamphagidae, described by Popov in 1980.

Omania is a genus of Orobanchaceae.

Omania is a genus of Omaniidae, described by Horvath in 1915.

Phrases with Omania

Phrases starting with the word Omania:

  1. Omania Marksae
  2. Omania Splendens
  3. Omania Coleoptrata

Phrase ending with the word Omania:

  1. Genus Omania

Other phrases containing the word Omania:

  1. Species Omania Marksae
  2. Species Omania Splendens
  3. Species Omania Coleoptrata

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Omania

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Google previewEUrrgh! (2013)

Is it Just Me or is Europe merde? by Mark Leigh

Conan O'Brien OMANIA IS A country that suffers from low selfesteem. Rather than take pridein its ownmerits and virtues it insistson promoting itself via comparisons with other places. In an efforttosound glamorous it will often call itself the ...

Google previewColonization (1837)

The river Omania is a less stream than the Waima. It is navigable for boats for four or five miles. The point of land at the mouth of this stream is now known by the name of Herd's Point, and forms an eligible and centrical point for an European ...

Google previewThe British Colonization of New Zealand; Being an Account of the Principles, Objects and Plans of the New Zealand Association, Etc. Published for the Association. [By Edward Gibbon Wakefield.] (1837)

by New Zealand Association (LONDON), Edward Gibbon WAKEFIELD

The river Omania is a less stream than the Waima.

Google previewThe British Colonization of New Zealand (1837)

Being an Account of the Principles, Objects, and Plans of the New Zealand Association, Together with Particulars Concerning the Position, Extent, Soil and Climate, Natural Productions, and Native Inhabitants of New Zealand by Edward Jerningham Wakefield, John Ward

The river Omania is a less stream than the Waima.

Google previewFood and Culture (2016)

by Kathryn P. Sucher, Pamela Goyan Kittler, Marcia Nelms

omania is a nation poised between the West and the East. Some describe Romanian food as “pastoral”with Turkish and Hungarian overtones. However, there are also many Italian and central European influences. Beef, veal, mutton, lamb, ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of World Religions (2006)

by Bruno Becchio, Johannes P. Schadé

OMANIA,. ORTHODOX. CHURCH. sive and sturdy, with heavy rectangular towers at facades and over transept crossings- German Romanesque Romanesque in Rhineland was closely related to Lombardy: Worms cathedral ( consecrated ...

Google previewMerriam-Webster's Dictionary of Allusions (1999)

by Elizabeth Webber, Mike Feinsilber

old- fashioned bal le t omania , the kind of terpsichorean frenzy the Bay Area hasn't experienced since Mikhail Baryshnikov's first visit with American Ballet Theatre more than a decade ago. terrible beauty A phrase taken from "Easter 1916," ...

Google previewThe Dictionary of Psychology (2016)

by Ray Corsini

omania 1. A mental disorder characterized by a tendency toward dance-like activities. 2. An uncontrollable impulse to dance, as in the epidemics of frenzied, convulsive dancing that occurred in tenth-century ...

Google previewCRC World Dictionary of Plant Nmaes (1999)

Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi

Omania S. Moore Scrophulariaceae Origins : ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Library and Information Science (1978)

Volume 23 - Poland: Libraries and Information Centers in to Printers and Printing by Allen Kent, Harold Lancour, Jay E. Daily

a set of 64 volumes of classical authors once much sought-after by collectors, and with no more real justification than the once-prevalent Elzevier- omania.

Google previewStudent's Pocket Medical Lexicon (1881)

Giving the Correct Pronunciation and Definition of All Words and Terms in General Use in Medicine and the Collateral Sciences ... by Elias Longley

n(l1~omania, An-drco-rné-ni-a; nymphomania, morbid ...

Google previewLexicon Nosologicum Polyglotton Omnium Morborum Symptomatum Vitiorumque Naturae Et Affectionum Propria Nomina Decem Diversis Linguis Explicata Continens (1801)

by Philipp Andreas Nemnich

Mastupratio, Omania. A c cable ment. Oppressio. A cc è s. Accessio. A c compagn emens de la catara cte. Concomitationes cataractae. A cc ou chement lab ori e ux Partus difficilis. A cc ou che ment pr é matur é. Abortus sub8 CIneStris .

Google previewA Dictionary of Medical Science (1868)

Containing ... Lexicon by Robley Dunglison

CYTHEROMANIA, (KvSeptia, 'Venus, and omania,) Nymphomania. CYTINUS, C. Hypocist'is, Hypociet'is, As'arum Hypocist' is.

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Payton Omania vs Jakob Discher

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Scrabble value of O1M3A1N1I1A1

The value of this 6-letter word is 8 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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