/ (ˌəʊmaɪˈɡɒd) /
an exclamation of surprise, pleasure, dismay, etc
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Word Origin for omigod
C20: from Oh, my God
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Example sentences from the Web for omigod
And so, wallowing in just such a sentiment last week while watching the series wind down, I had my omigod moment.‘House, M.D.’ Series Finale: Almost Like Saying Goodbye to a Friend|Malcolm Jones|May 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST