- plural of
- Third-person singular simple present indicative form of nom (nominate)
- Third-person singular simple present indicative form of nom (eat with noisy enjoyment)
noms pl (plural only)
- (slang) Food, especially tasty food.
- 2008, Kaiser Kuo, The Insider's Guide to Beijing 2005-2006:
- Forget overpriced noms
- 2019 September 20, Glenn Garner, “Chrissy Teigen and John Legend are joined by 16-month-old son Miles as they have family outing for launch of Impossible Foods Grocery in LA”, in Daily Mail:
- She's quite the foodie herself, frequently posting some tasty looking noms to her Instagram, as well as some adorable family photos.
- 2019 November 1, Wayne Alan Brenner, “Five Good Places to Eat in Pflugerville? Easily.”, in Austin Chronicle:
- This elegantly designed (highly Instagrammable), community-forward venue, opened by Mary and Josh Foss in April of 2018, has an impressive array of coffee drinks and brewing methods to complement their fresh-baked bready noms, a rotation of seven local craft beers on tap, and – yes! – a selection of ciders and meads.
- 2019 November 7, Alysia Gray Painter, “Eataly's Deal-Delish Restaurant Fest Is Now Cooking”, in NBC Southern California:
- For November is all about the noms, the elaborate eats, the sort of feasting that is layered with deep flavor and ingredients that are so un-run-of-the-mill, from fascinating fungi to spices you have to research ahead of purchasing.
- 2019 November 8, “Enjoy These Delicious Cooking Classes Led By Top Chefs & More At KULinary 2019”, in SAYS:
- With these culinary heavy hitters, you can be sure the winning dishes will truly represent the highest quality of airport noms!
- Peter Norquest, A phonological reconstruction of Proto-Hlai (2007), thesis at the University of Arizona, Department of Anthropology (also published in 2015 as →ISBN, page 222
- Tai-Kadai 100-wordlists, compiled by Ilya Peiros