Om meaning

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The supreme and most sacred syllable, consisting in Sanskrit of the three sounds (a), (u), and (m), representing various fundamental triads and believed to be the spoken essence of the universe. It is uttered as a mantra and in affirmations and blessings.
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Om is a sacred Hindu and Buddhist syllable used as a mantra or in blessings to honor the universe.

An example of Om is what people may say at the end of a yoga session to give thanks to the universe.

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Order of Merit.
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(Hinduism, Buddhism) A sacred, mystical syllable used in prayer and meditation.
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Mo , Mo, m/o, mo', MO, m.o.
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The ccTLD for Oman as assigned by the IANA.
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(hinduism) A word of affirmation or assent intoned as part of a mantra or as a symbolic mystical utterance during meditation.
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Origin of om

  • Sanskrit om, aum

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • . + ISO 3166-1 country code for Oman, om.

    From Wiktionary

  • From Sanskrit (oṁ).

    From Wiktionary