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omnifarious

[ om-nuh-fair-ee-uhs ]
/ ˌɒm nəˈfɛər i əs /
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adjective
of all forms, varieties, or kinds.
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Origin of omnifarious

First recorded in 1645–55; from Late Latin omnifārius (derivative of Latin adverb omnifāriam “on all sides”), equivalent to Latin prefix omni- + -fārius adjective suffix formed from the adverb bifāriam; see origin at omni-, bifarious

OTHER WORDS FROM omnifarious

om·ni·far·i·ous·ly, adverbom·ni·far·i·ous·ness, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for omnifarious

omnifarious
/ (ˌɒmnɪˈfɛərɪəs) /

adjective
of many or all varieties or forms

Derived forms of omnifarious

omnifariously, adverbomnifariousness, noun

Word Origin for omnifarious

C17: from Late Latin omnifārius, from Latin omnis all + -farius doing, related to facere to do
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