Definitions for omni-
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word omni-
a combining form meaning "all", used in the formation of compound words.
Origin: From Latin omnis "all"
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Peius omni hodie sum cras debeo parentibus amorem indita snit in pretio, et in me credite.
The fact that we don't know this man, isn't important really. Cause his experience is our experience, and his fate is our fate. Vani tass, vani tatum, et omni i vani tass, says the preacher. All is vanity I think that's a pretty good epitaph for all of us. When we're stripped of all our worldly possessions and all our fame, family, friends, we all face death alone. But it's that solitude in death that's our common bond in life. I know it's ironic, but that's just the way things are. Vani tass, vani tatum, et omni i vani tass. Only when we understand all is vanity, only then, it isn't.
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