Also - how do I get my answer, and why can't I put more characters in the question space in order to finish my question?
Hi @airland. We went to the FamilySearch Catalog to try to view a Swedish Census record online and discovered that the catalog indicates that you must be at the Family History Library to view these census records. Are you viewing the records at the library, or have you found an online location other than FamilySearch.org that shows these records? The URL of any records you are curious about would be helpful when you need our assistance.
Regarding your additional question, we see that instead of simply providing a brief title for your post, you wanted to add details into the title field. We believe that is why you were unable to complete your sentence as part of the title for this discussion. Please limit your title to a few brief words about your concern, or possibly just the URL that you have questions about, then add your more lengthy comments in the field provided for your detailed concern. 😊
We tried to get more details about what might be in the Census records through the FamilySearch Research Wiki. The following article mentions what some census abbreviations mean in the 1880 and 1890 Censuses, but since we were not able to see the records directly online we could not investigate further. Here is the link to the Wiki article that has some additional links and instructions.
We are aware that the Swedish, Household Examination Books, 1880-1920 can be viewed online courtesy of Arkiv Digital [https://www.arkivdigital.net]
We cannot answer your question about the abbreviation you see, but the list of abbreviations for various census years that we could see through the Wiki page provided the following as the closest abbreviation. It listed "Om" which translates as "about". You may wish to go to the article and click on Census years to review the information we found. We hope it will be useful.