Origin of -omaModern Latin ; from Classical Greek -ōma, group, mass
Origin of -omaNew Latin -ōma, from Greek -ōma, -ōmat-, n. suff.
From German Oma.
-oma - Computer Definition
(1) See Object Management Architecture.
(2) (Open Mobile Alliance Ltd., La Jolla, CA, www.openmobilealliance.org) An organization formed in June of 2002 by the consolidation of the WAP Forum group and the Open Mobile Architecture Initiative. Like its predecessors, the OMA promotes interoperability and wireless standards for delivering e-mail, Web pages and data to cellphones, PDAs, pagers and other mobile terminals. Member companies represent device suppliers, mobile operators, content providers and IT companies. See WAP.