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(Om`ni*cor*po"re*al) a. [Omni- + corporeal.] Comprehending or including all bodies; embracing
all substance. [R.] Cudworth.
(Om*ni"e*ty) n. That which is all-pervading or all-comprehensive; hence, the Deity. [R.]
Omniety formed nullity into an essence.Sir T. Browne.
(Om`ni*fa"ri*ous) a. [L. omnifarius; omnis all + -farius. Cf. Bifarious.] Of all varieties,
forms, or kinds. "Omnifarious learning." Coleridge.
(Om*nif"er*ous) a. [L. omnifer; omnis all + ferre to bear.] All- bearing; producing all kinds.
(Om*nif"ic) a. [Omni- + L. -ficare (in comp.) to make.] All-creating. "The omnific word." Milton.
(Om"ni*form) a. [L. omniformis; omnis all + forma form: cf. F. omniforme.] Having every
form or shape. Berkeley.
(Om`ni*for"mi*ty) n. The condition or quality of having every form. Dr. H. More.
(Om"ni*fy) v. t. [Omni- + -fy.] To render universal; to enlarge. [R.]
Omnify the disputed point into a transcendent, and you may defy the opponent to lay hold of it.Coleridge.
(Om*nig"e*nous) a. [L. omniqenus; omnis all + genus kind.] Consisting of all kinds.
(Om"ni*graph) n. [Omni- + -graph.] A pantograph. [R.]
(Om`ni*pa"ri*ent) a. [L. omniparens all-producing; omnis all + parere to bring forth.] Producing
or bringing forth all things; all- producing. [R.]
(Om`ni*par"i*ty) n. [Omni- + -parity.] Equality in every part; general equality.
(Om*nip"a*rous) a. [See Omniparient.] Producing all things; omniparient.
(Om`ni*pa"tient) a. [Omni- + patient.] Capable of enduring all things. [R.] Carlyle.
(Om`ni*per*cip"i*en*cy) n. Perception of
(Om`ni*per*cip"i*ent) a. [Omni- + percipient.] Perceiving everything. Dr. H. More.
(Om*nip"o*tence Om*nip"o*ten*cy) n. [L. omnipotentia: cf.F. omnipotence.]
1. The state of being omnipotent; almighty power; hence, one who is omnipotent; the Deity.
Will Omnipotence neglect to savePope.
The suffering virtue of the wise and brave?
2. Unlimited power of a particular kind; as, love's omnipotence. Denham.
(Om*nip"o*tent) a. [F., fr.L. omnipotens, -entis; omnis all + potens powerful, potent. See
1. Able in every respect and for every work; unlimited in ability; all-powerful; almighty; as, the Being that
can create worlds must be omnipotent.
God's will and pleasure and his omnipotent power.Sir T. More.