Definition of omrah in US English:

omrah

noun

historical
  • A grandee of a Muslim court in India, especially that of the Great Mogul.

Origin

Early 17th century. From Urdu and Persian umrā, colloquial form of umarā (plural) nobles, grandees, (singular) a noble from Arabic umarā', plural of amīr commander, lord. In some of the early forms via Portuguese; in plural form ommeraudes via French.

Pronunciation

omrah

/ˈɒmrɑː/