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o·me·ga / ōˈmāgə; ōˈmē-/ • n. the twenty-fourth, and last, letter of the Greek alphabet (Ω, ω), transliterated as ‘o’ or ‘ō.’ ∎  the last of a series; the final development: [as adj.] the omega point. ∎  (Omega) [followed by Latin genitive] Astron. the twenty-fourth star in a constellation: Omega Scorpii. • symb. ∎  (Ω) ohm(s): a 100Ω resistor.

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omega

omega the last letter of the Greek alphabet (Ω, ω), transliterated as ‘o’ or ‘ō’; figuratively, the last of a series, the final development. (See also alpha and omega.)

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omega

omega last letter of the Gr. alphabet (ω, ω); last of a series, end. XVI. — Gr. ô méga (cf. MEGA-) ‘great o’.

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omega

omegablagger, bragger, dagger, flagger, Jagger, lagger, nagger, quagga, saggar, shagger, stagger, swagger •alga, realgar, Trafalgar •anger, clangour (US clangor), Katanga, languor, manga, panga, sangar, tanga, Tauranga, Zamboanga •sandbagger • carpetbagger • Erlanger •Aga, Braga, dagga, dargah, laager, lager, naga, Onondaga, raga, saga •beggar, eggar, Gregor, mega, Megger •Edgar • Helga • Heidegger •bootlegger •Jaeger, maigre, Meleager, Noriega, Ortega, rutabaga, Sagar •Antigua, beleaguer, bodega, eager, intriguer, leaguer, meagre (US meager), reneger, Riga, Seeger, Vega •chigger, configure, digger, figure, Frigga, jigger, ligger, rigger, rigor, rigour, snigger, swigger, transfigure, trigger, vigour (US vigor) •churinga, finger, linger, malinger •gravedigger • ladyfinger • forefinger •omega • vinegar • Honegger •outrigger • Minnesinger •Auriga, Eiger, liger, saiga, taiga, tiger

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