[ploom-lit] /ˈplum lɪt/
a small .
- Plume moth
noun 1. one of a family (Pterophoridae) of slender-bodied micro moths with narrow wings, each usually divided into two, three, or four “plumes”. The type is the white Pterophorus pentadactylus 2. many-plumed moth, an unrelated species, Alucita hexadactyla
[ploom] /plum/ noun 1. a feather. 2. a large, long, or conspicuous feather: the brilliant plume of a peacock. 3. a soft, fluffy feather: the plume of an egret. 4. any plumose part or formation. 5. a feather, a tuft of feathers, or some substitute, worn as an ornament, as on a hat, helmet, etc. […]
- Plume oneself
Congratulate oneself, boast, as in He plumed himself on his victory. This idiom transfers the bird’s habit of dressing its feathers to human self-satisfaction. [ First half of 1600s ]
[pluhm] /plʌm/ noun 1. the drupaceous fruit of any of several trees belonging to the genus Prunus, of the rose family, having an oblong stone. 2. the tree itself. 3. any of various other trees bearing a plumlike fruit. 4. the fruit itself. 5. a . 6. a raisin, as in a cake or pudding. […]