the third division in the stomach of a cud-chewing animal, as the cow
Origin of omasumModern Latin ; from L, bullock's tripe ; from Gaulish
The third division of the stomach of a ruminant animal, located between the abomasum and the reticulum. Also called manyplies.
Origin of omasumLatin omasum, bullock's tripe, probably of Celtic origin.
From Latin omÄsum