Hom, HOM, or similar may refer to:

  • Hom (musical instrument), a class of trumpet-like wind instruments, as used in pre-Columbian and traditional Maya music of Mesoamerica
  • Hall of mirrors effect, in 3D computer graphics
  • Hands On Miami, a volunteer community-service organization in Miami, Florida
  • Head of Mission, a generic term used to refer to the head of a diplomatic representation
  • Heart of Misery, a song by Finnish rock band The Rasmus
  • Higher-order modulation, a type of digital modulation usually with an order of 4 or higher
  • Holland (Amtrak station), a railway station in Michigan, USA (Amtrak station code HOM)
  • Hom functor, as defined in the mathematical field of category theory, a functor or specialised type of morphism between small category sets
  • HOm scale, a particular model railway scale or gauge
  • Homer Airport in Homer, Alaska (IATA code HOM)
  • House of Milan, American publisher of bondage magazines
  • Armenian Relief Society, alternate acronym HOM, based on the Armenian name Հայ Օգնութիան Միութիւն

Other articles related to "hom":

Surunga - Economy
... Koti Hom (a hom ritual in Hindu religion) was conducted by Late Yogi Naraharinath, a Hindu yogi and philosopher, in 1985 ... Now Koti Hom is going to be developed as a tourist place ... (a committee which manages the Koti Hom area) ...
Chae Hom District - Administration
... Chae Hom is a township (thesaban tambon) which covers parts of tambon Chae Hom ... Chae Hom แจ้ห่ม 10 8,903 2 ...
Hung Hom Ferry Pier - Ferry Routes
... East berth Hung Hom - North Point (operated by New World First Ferry) West berth Hung Hom - Central (operated by Star Ferry, ceased services on 31 March 2011) Hung Hom - Wan Chai (operated by Star Ferry ...
Supermodule - Homomorphisms
... The set of all module homomorphisms from E to F is denoted by Hom(E, F) ... For supermodules E and F, let Hom(E, F) denote the space of all right A-linear maps (i.e ... There is a natural grading on Hom(E, F) where the even homomorphisms are those that preserve the grading and the odd homomorphisms are those that reverse the grading If φ ∈ Hom(E ...