Omni is a Latin prefix meaning "all" or "every." Omni may also refer to:



  • Dodge Omni, a vehicle manufactured by Chrysler from 1978–1990
  • Maruti Omni, a vehicle manufactured by Maruti Udyog in India

Organizations and businesses

  • Omni Coliseum, a large indoor arena located in Atlanta, Georgia, demolished in 1997
  • The Omni Development, a large residential complex proposed for construction in Miami, Florida
  • The Omni Group, a software developer
  • Omni Hotels, a North American hotel chain
  • Omni Air International, an American charter airline
  • Omni - Aviacao e Tecnologia, a Portuguese charter airline
  • Omni Superstore, former discount grocery store chain owned by Dominick's in the Chicago, Illinois market area
  • Omni International Mall, in downtown Miami, Florida, closed in 2000
  • Omni Bank (California), Chinese bank with branches in the U.S.
  • Omnicell, a US technology company that manufactures automation products for the medical industry
  • Omnisport, a global news service providing multi-platform content to partners for use online, on mobile devices or broadcast media
  • Omnitel, one of the largest telecommunication companies in the Baltics
  • Omnitel Pronto-Italia, the former name of an Italian mobile telephony operator Vodafone Italy

Arts and entertainment

  • Omni (album), a 2010 album by indie rock group Minus the Bear
  • Omni (magazine), a science and science fiction magazine published from 1978 to 1995
  • Omni Television, a Canadian television network owned by Rogers Communications
  • Omni, a fictional time travel device used in the 1980s TV series Voyagers!
  • Omni, a fictional villain in the television series Power Rangers: S.P.D.
  • The OmniBrain, a character in the computer game The Feeble Files

Other uses

  • Omni (Miami), a neighborhood in Miami, Florida
  • OMNI (SCIP), a device for secure voice and data communications over telephone lines
  • OmniWeb, a web browser developed by The Omni Group for the Mac OS X operating system
  • Omni wheel, a design for a wheel

See also

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  • Omni-ID — is a vendor of passive UHF Radio frequency identification (RFID) tags. Founded in 2007 [1] as Omni ID, Ltd., its products are a range of RFID tags designed to operate in all environments, including on metal and liquids. Omni ID, Ltd. Type Private …   Wikipedia

  • Omni — Aviação e Tecnologia ИАТА ИКАО OAV Позывной OMNI Дата основания …   Википедия

  • omni- — ♦ Élément, du lat. omnis « tout ». omni élément, du lat. omnis, tout . ⇒OMNI , élém. formant Élém. tiré du lat. omnis «tout, chaque», entrant dans la constr. d un certain nombre d adj. ou de subst.; le 2e élém. est gén. un adj. ou un subst. fr.… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • omni — Element de compunere cu sensul (a) tot, (a) toate , care serveşte la formarea unor adjective şi a unor substantive. – Din fr. omni . Trimis de ionel bufu, 01.05.2004. Sursa: DEX 98  OMNI Element prim de compunere savantă, cu sensul tot , orice… …   Dicționar Român

  • Omni — puede referirse a: Omni Coliseum, un gran estadio cubierto ubicado en Atlanta, Georgia, demolido en 1997; Omni (revista), una revista de ciencia y de ciencia ficción publicada desde 1978 y hasta 1995; El Libro de Omni, uno de los libros que… …   Wikipedia Español

  • omni- — word forming element meaning all, from L. omni , combining form of omnis all, every, of unknown origin, perhaps lit. abundant, from *op ni , from PIE root *op to work, produce in abundance (see OPUS (Cf. opus)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • Omni- — Om ni [L. omnis all.] A combining form denoting all, every, everywhere; as in omnipotent, all powerful; omnipresent; omnivorous. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • omni- — {{hw}}{{omni }}{{/hw}}V. onni …   Enciclopedia di italiano

  • omni- — v. onni …   Enciclopedia Italiana

  • omni- — [ɔmnı US a:m ] prefix [in nouns and adjectives] [: Latin; Origin: omnis all ] everything or everywhere →↑all ▪ an omnivore (=an animal that eats all kinds of food) …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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