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The Greek letter omega, introduced into the Greek alphabet circa 660 BCE, was an alteration of the letter omicron, coming from the Phoenician ayin, meaning "eye" in Semitic.
-- JHG812  4/24/2005
In Revelation 1:11 Jesus says He is Alpha and Omega.
-- breakofday  12/16/2005
I really like this. The sound is nice, and I love the meaning. A favorite, definitely.
-- nelirosala  10/5/2006
I love this name. I have a friend named Omega. This name is in the Bible. God speaking I am the Alpha and the Omega the Beginning and the End.
-- kcp123  4/15/2008
It sounds quite pompous and bizarre as a name. Not quite as pompous as Alpha, though.
-- slight night shiver  5/2/2008
E-123 Omega (frequently just "Omega") is a robot in the "Sonic" series. His first appearance was in "Sonic Heroes", fighting alongside Rouge and Shadow on Team Dark.
-- FMRadio  6/3/2008
This name looks too ominous for a real person to have.
-- bananarama  9/13/2008
Sounds like someone's pseudo-edgy internet name.
-- MoonAgeDaydreamer  2/27/2009
Sounds like part of a gamertag. Very elitist.
-- Aureliano  2/28/2010
Not really famous, but Omega is one of the founders of time lord society in Doctor Who.
-- babylemonade  4/2/2011

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