Türkische aussprache ōmîşın
, cutting out
Etymologie [ O-'mi-sh&n, &- ] (noun.) 14th century. Originally from Latin, omittere (“to send”). Post-classical Latin introduced the term omission; from the past participial stem of omittere, omiss- and the suffix -ion. This word was taken into Middle French and subsequently Anglo-Norman which heavily influenced the English language.