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Oman

O·man

 (ō-män′) Formerly Mus·cat and Oman (mŭs′kăt′, -kət, mŭs-kăt′)
A sultanate of the southeast Arabian Peninsula on the Gulf of Oman, an arm of the Arabian Sea. Much of the area was controlled by the Portuguese from 1508 to 1650 and the Turks until 1741, when the present royal line was founded. Oman established close ties with Great Britain in the late 1700s. Muscat is the capital.

O·man′i (ō-mä′nē) adj. & n.
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Omani

(əʊˈmɑːnɪ)
n
(Peoples) a native or inhabitant of Oman
adj
1. (Placename) of or relating to Oman or its inhabitants
2. (Peoples) of or relating to Oman or its inhabitants
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Omani - a native or inhabitant of Oman
Muscat and Oman, Oman, Sultanate of Oman - a strategically located monarchy on the southern and eastern coasts of the Arabian Peninsula; the economy is dominated by oil
Arab, Arabian - a member of a Semitic people originally from the Arabian peninsula and surrounding territories who speaks Arabic and who inhabits much of the Middle East and northern Africa
Adj.1.Omani - of or relating to Oman or its people; "Omani oil producers"; "Omani ports"
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Translations

Omani

[əʊˈmɑːnɪ]
A. ADJomaní
B. Nomaní mf
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Omani

adjomanisch
nOmaner(in) m(f)
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by Times News Service There were 258,536 Omani employees in the private sector in May 2019, compared to 246,649 Omanis in May 2018, a rise of 4.8 per cent.
Arwa is a local brand found by a group of young and talented creative artists who aim to promote Omani talents and products.
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During a visit to the Omani Student Club, where members of the committee met with the Omani Cultural Attache Ismail AL Baloushi, and a number of Omani students, MP Hajahjeh said the committee gives attention to the Omani students and will contribute to solving problems facing them.
According to the Omani News Agency, the value of trading amounted to 1807093 riyals Omani, down by (9.2) per cent compared to the last trading session, which amounted to 1990331 Omani riyals.
Santrupth G R Vedanthi, a grade 12 student of ABA School Muscat, hopes to soon publish his research paper on traditional Omani music.
Summary: OPEX Tehran to be held from September 25 to 30 is expected to benefit Omani exporters hugely.
Summary: Omani tourist says he narrowly dodged a bullet on Takism square on the night of the coup
MUSCAT, Dec 6 (KUNA) -- Sultanate of Oman Public Authority for Craft Industries has availed all the human and physical resources to maintain Omani craft industries to the subsequent generations and develop them, but without prejudice to the Omani genuine identity.
According to the statistics, Muscat recorded the highest number of expatriate workers with 616,418 foreigners and 71,836 Omani employees.
Summary: Number of Omani women employed in the public sector more than doubles to 68,200 since 2003, while Omani women working in the private sector triples since 2003 to 35,248, according to a study released by NCSI