Definition of Omber

1. n. A game at cards, borrowed from the Spaniards, and usually played by three persons.



Definition of Omber

1. Noun. (alternative form of ombre) ¹

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Definition of Omber

1. ombre [n -S] - See also: ombre

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Omber

omahas
omakase
omake
omalizumab
oman
omander
omander wood
omapatrilat
omasa
omasal
omasitis
omasum
omasums
omasus
omata
omber (current term)
ombers
ombre
ombrella
ombrellas
ombres
ombrometer
ombrometers
ombrophilous
ombrophobia
ombrotrophic
ombrotrophy
ombu
ombud
ombuds

Literary usage of Omber

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1. Bentley's Miscellany by Charles Dickens, William Harrison Ainsworth, Albert Smith (1845)
"Mrs. omber, after making him renew his pledge not to repeat or allude to what she had said, left him in his rumination ; and, after a short pause, ..."

2. Researches Into the History of the Roman Constitution: With an Appendix Upon by Wilhelm Ihne (1853)
"In omber and Umber we must recognise the same stem with the insertion of m, which easily takes place before br, as in fimbria, from fibra. ..."

3. A German and English Dictionary by Karl. Breul (1906)
"... to pawn; to lend ; to advance. Vom'btr, n. (—t, pi. —) omber. — n, tn (aiti. h.) to play at omber. Coo», t'OOl'tn, i'OOI'ft, te under fio«, ..."

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