noun, plural no·mas. Pathology.
Origin of noma
Examples from the Web for noma
Malling & Schmidt is widely considered to be the most important restaurant in Denmark outside of Noma.
It may be the best restaurant in the world, but Noma has a lot of interesting and creative competitors in its own country.
Today most people who follow restaurants know Noma, yet few outside Denmark realize Redzepi is far from a lone maverick.
I am loving Rene Redzepi's Noma: Time and Place in Nordic Cuisine.
Towards this pillar Hokosa made his way through the wet grass, followed by Noma his wife.
"It seems to me that some of it abides with him," answered Noma laughing.
Of late Noma had haunted the shadow of this tree, for beneath it lay that child which had been born to her.
To this Mount, Noma went, and there performed the customary rites.
Noma heard, and with a sigh of ecstasy she sprang into the air as a slave might do from whom the fetters have been struck off.