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ome
'Oh my Edward' as in Edward Cullen
Person 1: GUESS WHAT!

Person 2: What?

Person 1: I just blah blah blah... (and so on)

Person 2: OME!!!! THAT'S AWESOME!

Person 1: I know! OME!!!!
by lookformeontv April 15, 2009
 
1.
OME
Oh My Edward, an alternative for Oh My Carlisle, also known as OMC, or OMG. Edward refers to the inhumanly gorgeous Cullen vampire that is Bella's fiancée in the Twilight series by Stephenie Meyer.
Usable as well as "Oh My Emmett" (also from Twilight.)
Rosalie: Alice, look at those shoes!!
Alice: OME, They're so CUTE!!
Edward: Hang on...That's me. O.O
by Ninja Emmett March 25, 2008
 
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Ome
The complete opposite of an "Emo" person. They are extemely optimistic and happy. Instead of killing themselves they enjoy killing others. They are popular for their conservative looks and will do anything to conform. They listen to emotionless music un-emotionally and enjoy playing up-to date video-game consoles. Other hobbies include having fun, hanging out with friends, meeting new people, having a sun shiny day!
Emo: My life sucks...

Ome: Life is like so totally super perfectly super duper awesome-like!
by Hobbes April 13, 2006
 
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ome
The number one in aztec language
ome ozomatli = one monkey
by Luckyer March 13, 2009
 
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OME
OH MY EVOLUTION. Similar in context as o.m.g., but this is the more accurate and progressive approach to describe a sudden emotional occurrence. First two words are the same, but evolution replaces god for obvious reasons.
Hey Chelsea, check out these tickets I just got us for the concert!
OME Arturo!! I thought it was sold out, I'm so excited now!
by ah24781 October 01, 2012
 
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OME
OMG for atheists; Oh My Evolution.
OME, That is some good bacon!
OME, Have you seen Carla lately?
by TheViewerMarcus October 14, 2013
 
6.
ome
Korean slang for "Oh my eyes~"
Used after seeing a disturbing picture/sight.
"That's your girlfriend? OME!!"
by Hi:) April 20, 2008
 
7.
ome
oh my elmo!!
"big bird just got shot!"
"OME!"
by cory the builderzz May 21, 2010