The prefix Omni means all or every. Some words with this prefix are omnipotent, omniscious, omnivorous, etc.
Omnibus, omniscient, omnipresent, omnipotent, omniverous, omnisexual
The prefix for "all" is the Latin "omni".
The prefix of all or everywhere is Omni. Omni is a Latin word and it is a combining form of the word all.
The prefix "omni-" is from Latin omnis, "all". So, for example, "omnipotent" is "all-powerful"; "omniscient" is "all-knowing", etc.
There are many words that begin with the prefix "omni." In addition to the ones you mentioned there are "omnidirectional," "omnivore, and "omnisexual."
The prefix meaning all is omni- as in omnipotent and omnidirectional.
The prefix would be Omni-. The prefix Omni- means all, with its roots in Latin, as the combining form of the word Omnis.
The prefix pan- comes from Greek and means "all." It is similar to the prefix omni- only omni- comes from Latin. You can find this on http://www.bartleby.com/64/pages/page250.html
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The prefix omni-
"Omni" is a prefix meaning all, everything. Eg: Omnivorous = capable of eating every category of foods.
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