Do you know what a ‘wareroom’, ‘fiefdom’, ‘chiefdom’, ‘ransom’, or ‘disbosom’ is? Understanding the meaning of words with the suffix -oms can help you become a better communicator and writer. The suffix -oms is used to form nouns that refer to a state, condition, or quality. This article provides a list of words with the suffix -oms. The words are arranged by common usage and there are a total of 164 words in the list.
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The suffix -oms is derived from the Greek word ‘-oma’, which means ‘condition’ or ‘state’. Examples of words that end with -oms include ‘warerooms’, ‘fiefdoms’, ‘chiefdoms’, ‘ransoms’, and ‘disbosoms’.
A wareroom is a room where goods are stored, a fiefdom is a feudal estate ruled by a lord, a chiefdom is a form of political organization in which a chief has authority over a group of people, a ransom is a sum of money demanded in exchange for the release of a captive, and disbosom is to reveal one’s innermost thoughts.
The words arranged in the lists below are in order of frequency of use, from left to right and down.