omnium

noun om·ni·um \ˈämnēəm\

Definition of omnium

plural

-s

  1. 1 :  the total of the different stocks and other items formerly offered by the British government for the capital subscribed in funding a loan or for a unit of subscribed capital

  2. 2 British :  the total of the items in any fund or stock made up by combination of various independent constituents

  3. 3 :  whatnot

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Origin and Etymology of omnium

Latin, of all, genitive plural of omnis all


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