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  1. Function: interjection
    Definition: It means "oh my gosh!"; an expression
    Example Sentence: Like omg! the villagers are like coming. Like run!
    Submitted by: Alana from broward county,Florida, USA on 09/03/2007 05:46


  1. Function: interjection
    Definition: used to indicate excitement
    Example Sentence: Omgizzle! That is a cute shirt!
    Submitted by: Anonymous from NY on 10/23/2007 02:16


  1. Function: noun
    Definition: gratitude based on a good surprise
    Example Sentence: The girl was so surprised that she was showing omgness to everyone.
    Submitted by: Nini from Florida on 01/19/2010 09:07


  1. Function: noun
    Definition: someone who over reacts to things
    Example Sentence: Her little sister is an omgodlooza.
    Submitted by: Anna from New Jersey, USA on 07/05/2013 11:30


  1. Function: interjection
    Definition: used in place of the phrase "oh my gosh" to suggest surprise
    Word History: This word is used in instant messaging.
    Example Sentence: Omgsh! Are you serious?
    Submitted by: BID from Colorado on 10/22/2007 06:29


  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: very fun and enjoyable
    Word History: ominous and amusement
    Example Sentence: The amusement park was very ominousment!
    Submitted by: Pooja from NJ on 04/14/2010 06:39


  1. Function: noun
    Definition: an omelet served in an English muffin
    Example Sentence: Can I please have an omlish for breakfast?
    Submitted by: Justin from Michigan, USA on 09/25/2008 01:33


  1. Function: verb
    Definition: to be ominous and menacing in appearance
    Example Sentence: The gathering dark clouds were ommacing in their approach.
    Submitted by: AnniRose from AR, U.S.A. on 02/15/2009 11:15


  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: made with all glass
    Example Sentence: Extra light came through the omniglass window.
    Submitted by: Austin from IN, USA on 04/09/2009 07:55


  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: commonly known: known by everyone
    Word History: from Latin "omni" for "all" and Latin "gno-" from "cognoscere" (to know)
    Example Sentence: The fact that red, yellow, and blue are primary colors is omnignomous knowledge among art students.
    Submitted by: Anonymous from Oregon, USA on 07/20/2011 01:45