1. What does OOMF mean on social media?

One of my followers

OOMF (one of my followers) is an acronym that Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok users use to anonymously refer to one of their followers. Using this acronym ensures the follower won't be put on blast.

Often, users use OOMF when pointing out something noteworthy and/or nice that one of their followers did. For example, a reporter might use OOMF to thank a follower who gave them a tip that resulted in an article.


OOMF spoiled the ending for me, can you believe it?
OOMF means "one of my followers"
OOMF means "one of my followers"

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Updated July 22, 2022
2. What does oomf mean?

Great strain

Oomf is a sound you may release when physically strained (similar to the more common oof sound). For example, a person may punch you in the stomach, or you may lift something heavy, and you let out an audible "oomf."

People not only use it verbally in person but may also use it when messaging to convey empathy. For example, your cousin may share some recent struggles in a message or email, and you reply with, "Oomf. I'm so sorry to hear that. I'll be praying for you." Or, you might share with your mom that your dog died, and she replies with, "oomf. I'm so sorry to hear that, dear."


oomf, that hurt
u ok?
yea. just gotta take a minute to recover

That unexpected oomf

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Updated November 7, 2023

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