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Omer may refer to:
- Omer (unit), an ancient unit of measure used in the era of the ancient Temple in Jerusalem
- Counting of the Omer, Jewish ritual during the forty-nine days between Passover and the Feast of Weeks
- The name Omar (name), Omer and Umar etc. are variations of the name Omar
- Omer (Book of Mormon), a Jaredite king
- Mordechai Omer (1941–2011), Israeli art historian and museum administrator
- Saint-Omer, a town and abbey in northern France, named after Saint Audomar
- St Omer, a village in Marlborough, New Zealand
- Omer, Israel, a town in the south of Israel, near Beersheba
- Omer, Michigan, United States: the second-smallest city in Michigan
- Omer (submarine), the fastest human-powered submarine at the International Submarine Races
- Ontario Municipal Employees Pension Scheme
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