Definition of -omma
: one having (such) an eye or (such or so many) eyes —in generic names in zoology Loxomma
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Origin and Etymology of -omma
New Latin -ommat-, -omma, from Greek ommat-, omma eye; akin to Greek ōps eye — more at eye
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