The Collaborative International Dictionary
Bom \Bom\, n. (Zo["o]l.) A large American serpent, so called from the sound it makes.
n. 1 (acronym of bill of materials English); a list of items used to make an assembled item. 2 (context computing English) (acronym of byte order mark English), a character indicating the endianness of a string of text.
BOM or bom may refer to:
BOM, or 3,4,5,beta-tetra methoxy phenethylamine, is a lesser-known psychedelic drug. It is the beta- methoxy analog of Mescaline. BOM was first synthesized by Alexander Shulgin. In his book PiHKAL (Phenethylamines i Have Known And Loved), the minimum dosage is listed as 200 mg, and the duration unknown. BOM produces few to no effects. Very little data exists about its pharmacological properties, metabolism, and toxicity.
BOM is a computer file format used by the Mac OS X installer. BOM stands for "Bill Of Materials" and is used to determine which files to install, remove, or upgrade. A bill of materials, "BOM", contains all the files within a directory, along with some information about each file. File information includes: the file's Unix file permissions, its owner and group, its size, its time of last modification, and so on. Also included are a checksum of each file and information about hard links.
Usage examples of "bom".
They know Papa was wroth with them for playing this game, how afeard he was that two of them might appear at once in the same place together, and bom be slain!
Eu me sentia feliz vendo o bom humor deles, sobretudo o de Tatziu, que ainda ficou rindo depois que o carro partiu.
Although he was long gone when I was bom, when I chose Geomancy for my craft, I willingly accepted responsibility for seeking out and reversing his many wickednesses.
Eu a olhava de vez em quando, mas ela ficou um bom tempo sem olhar para mim.
Old women set their feet, bom bom bowom wommmm, and just when the echo was starting to come up from below I set my foot down quick, and the echo came wom wom bawom bom bom with a sound of laughter in it.
The SII spacesuit had been the astronautics industry standard since before Joshua was bom.
But I have barkened to you since ye entered my dilapidated manse, and I wot ye speak Novarian as do those bom to the Twelve Nations.
Mojo the other day was actually surprised when I mentioned having worked at the Bom Sheltr Bar in Venicehe said he thought that story was just flash for the tourists, like the fake hooter skulls on spikes on the roof.
The derisive term sacker came from the way some children who were bom with severe handicaps would be suspended inside one of their com-outer-controlled vehicles in a nylon hammocklike sack.
The most interesting example of the misrouted calls came when a shop owner in the Bom Chu shopping complex in Boot City on Bocca called his wife from his business, a distance of some nine kilometers, to tell her he would be late for dinner.
You arc a Storm Princess, a magnet for the elementals bom of storms and a mistress of them.
There were psions who were born with multiple talents like a crown of semiprecious stones, and ones bom with a single talent like a perfect diamond.
Well, bom were crossbreeds, and he was almost as handsome as she was beautiful.
It effectively desexed the male until his genital area should grow back, which took about two years, roughly, by Earth time—long enough for the single Albenareth offspring to be bom and learn to travel with comfort upright on its two legs.
It effectively desexed the male until his genital area should grow back, which took about two years, roughly, by Earth time-long enough for the single Albenareth offspring to be bom and learn to travel with comfort upright on its two legs.