OMA had been lining some baskets with clay, and little Om tried to imitate her.
And OMA looked into the embers, and she too saw the flickering spirits of the things to be.
When he went out to hunt, OMA always feared till he came back.
But OMA and Om peered out curiously from the mouth of the cave.
Ralsea, OMA and Suros then pressed forward, and held out the hands of friendship to him.
When the men were seated, OMA and Om came out and sat near by.
How beautiful was the ruddy brown sheen of OMA's hair and the light in her eyes as she welcomed him!
Wang turned and looked at OMA and Om and gave a grunt of surprise.
The present in the first conjugation keeps the reduplication of the stem, and changes the final e to -OMA.
But if OMA made the first pottery and the most useful, Suta, wife of Wang, made the most beautiful.
A suffix meaning "tumor" or "cancer," as in carcinoma. Often, the suffix is added to the name of the affected body part, as in lymphoma, cancer of the lymph tissue.