2. Having unlimited power of a particular kind; as, omnipotent love. Shak.
The Omnipotent, The Almighty; God.Milton.
(Om*nip"o*tent*ly), adv. In an omnipotent manner.
(Om`ni*pres"ence) n. [Cf. F. omniprésence.] Presence in every place at the same
time; unbounded or universal presence; ubiquity.
His omnipresence fillsMilton.
Land, sea, and air, and every kind that lives.
(Om`ni*pres"en*cy) n. Omnipresence. [Obs.]
(Om`ni*pres"ent) a. [Omni- + present: cf.F. omniprésent.] Present in all places at the
same time; ubiquitous; as, the omnipresent Jehovah. Prior.
(Om`ni*pre*sen"tial) a. Implying universal presence. [R.] South.
(Om`ni*prev"a*lent) a. [Omni- + prevalent.] Prevalent everywhere or in all things. Fuller.
(Om*nis"cience) n. [Cf. F. omniscience.] The quality or state of being omniscient; - - an
attribute peculiar to God. Dryden.
(Om*nis"cien*cy) n. Omniscience.
(Om*nis"cient) a. [Omni- + L. sciens, -entis, p. pr. of scire to know: cf. F. omniscient.
See Science.] Having universal knowledge; knowing all things; infinitely knowing or wise; as, the omniscient
God. Om*nis"cient*ly, adv.
For what can scape the eyeMilton.
Of God all-seeing, or deceive his heart
(Om*nis"cious) a. [L. omniscius. See Omniscient.] All-knowing. [Obs.] Hakewill.
(Om`ni*spec"tive) a. [Omni- + L. spectus, p. p. of specere, spicere, to view.] Beholding
everything; capable of seeing all things; all- seeing. [R.] "Omnispective Power!" Boyse.
(Om"ni*um) n. [L., of all, gen. pl. of omnis all.] (Eng.Stock Exchange) The aggregate value
of the different stocks in which a loan to government is now usually funded. M'Culloch.
(Om`ni*um-gath"er*um) n. [A macaronic compound of L. omnium, gen.pl. of omnis
all, and E. gather.] A miscellaneous collection of things or persons; a confused mixture; a medley. [Colloq.
& Humorous] Selden.
(Om*niv"a*gant) a. [Omni + L. vagans, p. pr. of vagari to wander.] Wandering anywhere
and everywhere. [R.]
(||Om*niv"o*ra) n. pl. [NL. See Omnivorous.] (Zoöl.) A group of ungulate mammals including
the hog and the hippopotamus. The term is also sometimes applied to the bears, and to certain passerine
(Om*niv"o*rous) a. [L. omnivorus; omnis all + vorate to eat greedily. See Voracious.]
All-devouring; eating everything indiscriminately; as, omnivorous vanity; esp. (Zoöl.), eating both animal
and vegetable food. Om*niv"o*rous*ness, n.
(O"mo-) A combining form used in anatomy to indicate connection with, or relation to, the shoulder
or the scapula.