- Complete or collective set of; entirety of: biome; proteome; metabolome.
- Part, structure of an organism: trichome.
Origin of -omeFrom New Latin -&omacron;ma, -&omacron;mat-, n. suff., from Greek.
- a mass of something
- (biology) the complete whole of a class of substances for a species or an individual
Back-formation from genome.
- Eye dialect spelling of home.
A representation of the pronunciation of home by a speaker whose dialect lacks the voiceless glottal fricative or transition (IPA: [h]).
ome - Computer Definition
(Open Messaging Environment) An open messaging system from Novell. It is based on Microsoft's MAPI and is a superset of Novell's MHS and WordPerfect Office's messaging systems.