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NOM may refer to:
- National Organization for Marriage
- Natural organic matter
- The Nature of Music, National Public Radio series exploring universals in music.
- New Order Mormons
- Nickelodeon Original Movies
- Nintendo Official Magazine, official British Nintendo magazine; now discontinued, superseded by Official Nintendo Magazine
- NOM and NOM2, mobile device games produced by GAMEVIL
- N.O.M., an experimental Russian rock band
- Nominative case
- Norma Oficial Mexicana, each of a series of official norms and regulations for diverse activities in México.
- Nosara Airport, airport code NOM, in Nosara, Costa Rica
- Novus Ordo Missae, Mass of Paul VI
- N.O.M, korean boy band
Nom may refer to:
- Nom, the Old Turkic religion and the religious texts in Old Turkic
- Nôm, a classical vernacular script of the Vietnamese language that makes use of Chinese characters
- Nộm, Vietnamese salad
- Finrod Felagund, a character from J.R.R. Tolkien's Silmarillion, also known as Nóm
- Nóm the Wise, a song about Finrod Felagund by Blind Guardian from their 1998 album Nightfall in Middle-Earth
- Because nom is French for "name":
- Nomination, to be named as a candidate
- "Om nom nom", an onomatopoeia used to represent eating, first used by The Cookie Monster in the popular children's television show Sesame Street, made popular by lolcat.
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