One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1Theology. With reference to the writings of P. Teilhard de Chardin: a hypothesized end to evolutionary development in which all sentient life will converge into a supreme consciousness; God or Christ as this final end. Also more widely: a final purpose, an end.
2In extended use: a culminating point, an acme; a turning point.
1950s. From omega + point, after French point Oméga.
Omega point/ˈəʊmɪɡə ˌpɔɪnt/
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