3 days ago · An omen (also called portent or presage) is a phenomenon that is believed to foretell the future, often signifying the advent of change. People in ancient times believed that omens bring a divine message from their gods.
3 days ago · Oman, country occupying the southeastern coast of the Arabian Peninsula at the confluence of the Persian Gulf and Arabian Sea. Political map of Oman Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.
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4 days ago · If you say that something is an omen, you think it indicates what is likely to happen in the future and whether it will be good or bad. Her appearance at this moment is an omen of disaster.
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From Latin ōmen (“foreboding, omen”).
1. (UK) IPA(key): /ˈəʊmən/ 2. (US) IPA(key): /ˈoʊmən/ 3. Rhymes: -əʊmən
omen (plural omens) 1. Something which portends or is perceived to portend either a good or evil event or circumstance in the future, or which causes a foreboding; a portent or augury.quotations ▼ 1.1. the ghost's appearance was an ill omen 1.2. a rise in imports might be an omenof economic recovery 1.3. the egg has, during the span of history, represented mystery, magic, medicine, food and omen 1.1. 1856, Gustave Flaubert, chapter 10, in Madame Bovary, Part 3: 1.1.1. Day broke. He saw three...
From Old Latin osmen, of uncertain ultimate origin. Ancient authors derived it from ōs (“mouth”). Recently it was by some referred to Proto-Indo-European *h₂ew- (“to see, perceive”) (whence audiō) or to the source of Ancient Greek Ancient Greek οἴομαι (oíomai, “I think, believe, suppose”).
1. (Classical) IPA(key): /ˈoː.men/, [ˈoː.mɛn̪] 2. (Ecclesiastical) IPA(key): /ˈo.men/, [ˈɔː.mɛn]
ōmen n (genitive ōminis); third declension 1. an omen
From Latin omen
omen n (definite singular omenet, indefinite plural omen or omener or omina, definite plural omena or omenene or ominaene) 1. an omen
1. “omen” in The Bokmål Dictionary.
omen m 1. Alternative form of ome
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3 days ago · The Omen was released following a successful $2.8 million marketing campaign inspired by the one from Jaws one year prior, with two weeks of sneak previews, a novelization by screenwriter David Seltzer, and the logo with "666" inside the film's title as the centerpiece of the advertisement.
Jan 04, 2021 · omen translate: 预兆，征兆，兆头. Learn more in the Cambridge English-Chinese simplified Dictionary.
Jan 08, 2021 · The Omen is a Clan Assault BattleMech that was created by Clan Snow Raven in the post-Jihad era. The design first began production in 3087 , and saw deployment by 3088 . The Omen was conceived as a means to bolster the Clan's touman, which was depleted of BattleMech ranks among its secondline combat units.
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The demigod Omen was a being of great strength and knowledge. Blessed by Elune, Omen wandered primordial Kalimdor, guiding hunters and gatherers and offering luck and advice to all he met. When the Burning Legion launched their attack during the War of the Ancients, Omen allied with Azeroth's defenders. During one heated battle, Huln Highmountain tried to protect Omen from the forces of the Legion, but the great beast was gravely wounded and poisoned with fel energy. Before he succumbed to demonic corruption, Omen gave his last breath of purity to Huln's spear, [Talonclaw], adding to the powers that other Wild Godshad left therein. Huln placed the Ancient's name on his spear so that his courage would always be remembered. Omen's wounds eventually plunged him into a deep, dreaming sleep, where fel-inspired nightmares slowly consumed him. When he finally awoke centuries later, he had fallen to madness and began to rampage. No longer a creature of wisdom — but still possessing the stre...[Cleave]AoE [Starfall], 1800 damage a tick.
To summon Omen, you must use Cluster Rockets on the launchers on the southeastern shore of the lake. This will cause several Minions of Omen to appear. Continue killing them and firing off rockets, and eventually Omen will appear out of the lake. It seems that there is no need to kill them, it's enough to merely have two players continually use Cluster Rockets on the launchers and he will eventually emerge out of the lake. Using [Elune's Candle]on the Minions may make Omen appear faster.
Omen is a fairly straightforward fight. He has a moderately powerful melee attack, a frontal [Cleave], and frequently uses a powerful AoE [Starfall](ticks for about 1800 damage every two seconds over a large area.) A level 70 tank should have no difficulty holding aggro on him as long as he or she is given time to build initial threat and DPS watches themselves. Using two or three healers will make it easy to keep the tank up without drawing healing aggro. A group of 10-15 well-geared level 7...
A group that cannot adequately tank Omen may be able to beat him by constantly kiting him around; as long as you are moving you will not take much damage from [Starfall], and Omen has no other attack outside of melee range. Hunters are good for this, since they can use [Aspect of the Cheetah] to keep away from him while still dealing substantial ranged damage. Other DPS classes must be careful not to get above the threat level of the kiter, or Omen will run to them and quickly slay them. Rang...Omen has always had two heads; it is not a mutation caused by his fel corruption.Although Omen is described as a "two-headed wolf Ancient", the model used by Omen and the Kurken is referred to as a "nian" in the game files. This appears to be a reference to the creature of the...An Omen portrait is available during the yearly Spring Event in Heroes of the Storm.
Jan 04, 2021 · Many people believe that a broken mirror is an omen of bad luck. (Translation of omen from the Cambridge English–Portuguese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)