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3.
nom
1) The act of eating
2) An act of affection
3) A sound to express satisfaction through eating
4) The first sound made in the morning when you wake up next to the person you are twitterpated by.

"nom?"
"nom nom nom!"

"mmmm nom nom nom :)"
por Nommer1 01 de Abril de 2008
 
1.
nom
An expression of eating, or a sound thereof. Also could mean a sexually suggestive action upon either a male or female, one would use the lips and not so much the teeth, avoicing a chomp chomp like action
I.E. Ow, this steak is good -Nom Nom-

Man, she was Nom Noming on me last night pretty good.
por Lys 20 de Abril de 2005
 
2.
Food, especially when speaking "lolcat". It's based on the "nom nom nom" onomatopoeia for eating.
I iz hungrey, can haz noms?
por ScoJo 04 de Julho de 2008
 
4.
NOM
National Organization for Marriage. A group of people so afraid of same-sex marriage they fail to realize the irony of their acronym, their use of the phrase "Rainbow Coalition", or the acronym for their new project, which is "2M4M".
I just watched the new NOM commercial; they can't be serious, right?
por Mawrtyr 10 de Abril de 2009
 
5.
Nom
A cute Imitation of the sound of a kitten or lolcat munching on a cheezburger. A cats' favorite food, apparently.
"I saw a cat Nomming this kids face once!" Kid-1
"No way!" kid-2
"yes way, the giant words, 'NOM NOM NOM!' appeared right overtop!" Kid-1
por puurple kakashi 31 de Julho de 2009
 
6.
Nom
or nomming, nommed. basically a geeks way of saying to eat something. Or if that person is stuck on lolcat vocabulary.
Person 1: Duuude, I'm totally gonna nom those marshmallows.
Person 2: I wants noms :(
por Seiri will nom yew 16 de Julho de 2009
 
7.
Nom
A word that can be used as an adjective, verb or noun. Mostly used to describe food.
Adjective:
Guy #1: That Whopper JR was simply nomtastic.
Guy #2: Hell yeah, bro.

Verb:

Guy #1: I'm hungry...
Guy #2: Then lets nom!

Noun:
Guy #1: I'm hungry....
Guy #2: That hot dog vendor over there looks like its got some nice noms. Lets go.
por Bill Tregen 15 de Março de 2010