Examples from the Web for hom
In Firdusi the pious Hom discovers the hiding-place of Afrasiab; he binds him and carries him away a prisoner.The History of Antiquity|Max Duncker
Taylor could not get his boots on, and Hom discovered that both of his boots were lefts.
Hom was detailed for stable guard as soon as we dismounted, and Taylor, Waterman and myself concluded to pitch tents together.
Homicide, hom′i-sīd, n. manslaughter: one who kills another.
After burning a hom or sacrificial fire, the officiating Brahmin puts the usual questions to the couple about to be united.Folklore as an Historical Science|George Laurence Gomme