(O`mo*hy"oid) a. [Omo- + hyoid.] (Anat.) Of or pertaining to the shoulder and the hyoid bone; as, the omohyoid muscle.

(O"mo*phag"ic) a. [Gr. raw + to eat.] Eating raw flesh; using uncooked meat as food; as, omophagic feasts, rites.

(Om"o*plate) n. [F., from Gr. . See Omo-, and Plate.] (Anat.) The shoulder blade, or scapula.

(O*mos"te*gite) n. [Omo- + Gr. a roof.] (Zoöl.) The part of the carapace of a crustacean situated behind the cervical groove.

(O`mo*ster"nal) a. (Anat.) Of or pertaining to the omosternum.

(O`mo*ster"num) n. [Omo- + sternum.] (Anat.) (a) The anterior element of the sternum which projects forward from between the clavicles in many batrachians and is usually tipped with cartilage. (b) In many mammals, an interarticular cartilage, or bone, between the sternum and the clavicle.

(Om"pha*cine) a. [Gr. from an unripe grape or olive: cf.F. omphacin.] Of, pertaining to, or expressed from, unripe fruit; as, omphacine oil.

(Om*phal"ic), a. [Gr. having a boss, bossy, fr. the navel. See Navel.] (Anat.) Of or pertaining to the umbilicus, or navel.

(Om"pha*lo-) A combining form indicating connection with, or relation to, the umbilicus, or navel.

(Om"pha*lo*cele`) n. [Gr. the navel + a tumor: cf.F. omphalocéle.] (Med.) A hernia at the navel.

(Om"pha*lode) n. [Omphalo- + Gr. form.] (Bot.) The central part of the hilum of a seed, through which the nutrient vessels pass into the rhaphe or the chalaza; — called also omphalodium.

(Om"pha*lo*man"cy) n. [Omphalo- + -mancy.] Divination by means of a child's navel, to learn how many children the mother may have. Crabb.

(Om`pha*lo*mes`a*ra"ic) a. [Omphalo- + mesaraic.] (Anat.) Omphalomesenteric.

(Om`pha*lo*mes`en*ter"ic) a. [Omphalo- + mesenteric.] (Anat.) Of or pertaining to the umbilicus and mesentery; omphalomesaraic; as, the omphalomesenteric arteries and veins of a fetus.

(Om`pha*lop"sy*chite) n. [Omphalo- + Gr. breath, spirit, soul: cf. F. omphalopsyque.] (Eccl.Hist.) A name of the Hesychasts, from their habit of gazing upon the navel.

(Om`pha*lop"ter Om`pha*lop"tic) n. [Gr. the navel + one who looks, belonging to sight: cf.F. omphaloptre.] An optical glass that is convex on both sides. [Obs.] Hutton.

(||Om"pha*los) n. [L., fr. Gr. .] (Anat.) The navel.

(Om`pha*lot"o*my) n. [Gr. the navel + to cut: cf. F. omphalotomie.] (Surg.) The operation of dividing the navel-string.

(O"my) a. Mellow, as land. [Prov.Eng.] Ray.

(On) prep. [OE. on, an, o, a, AS. on, an; akin to D. aan, OS. & G. an, OHG. ana, Icel. a, Sw. å, Goth. ana, Russ. na, L. an-, in anhelare to pant, Gr. 'ana`, Zend ana. &radic195. Cf. A-, 1,

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