[puh-moh-nuh] /pəˈmoʊ nə/
the ancient Roman goddess of the fruit of trees.
a city in SW California, E of Los Angeles.
Also called Mainland. the largest of the Orkney Islands, N of Scotland. 190 sq. mi. (490 sq. km)
(in Orkney) another name for Mainland
the Roman goddess of fruit trees
Roman goddess of fruit, from Latin pomum “apple; fruit,” of uncertain origin. “Possibly from *po-emo- ‘taken off, picked’; *po-omo- or *pe-omo- are also conceivable” [de Vaan]. Or perhaps borrowed from a lost Mediterranean language.
noun 1. an American art glass having one of its surfaces stained a pale amber color and the other surface etched.
/pɔˈmɔʒɛ/ noun 1. the Polish name for Pomerania
/ˌpəʊməʊˈsɛksjʊəl/ adjective 1. of or relating to a person who does not wish his or her sexuality to be put into a conventional category noun 2. such a person
[pomp] /pɒmp/ noun 1. stately or splendid display; splendor; magnificence. 2. ostentatious or vain display, especially of dignity or importance. 3. pomps, displays, actions, or things: The official was accompanied by all the pomps of his high position. 4. Archaic. a stately or splendid procession; pageant. /pɒmp/ noun 1. stately or magnificent display; ceremonial splendour […]