[pom-puh-noh] /ˈpɒm pəˌnoʊ/
noun, plural (especially collectively) pompano (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) pompanos.
a deep-bodied food fish, Trachinotus carolinus, inhabiting waters off the South Atlantic and Gulf states.
a food fish, Preprilus simillimus, of California.
noun (pl) -no, -nos
any of several deep-bodied carangid food fishes of the genus Trachinotus, esp T. carolinus, of American coastal regions of the Atlantic
a spiny-finned food fish, Palometa simillima, of North American coastal regions of the Pacific: family Stromateidae (butterfish, etc)
ocean fish, 1778, from American Spanish pampano, a name given to various types of fish, from Spanish, originally “vine, tendril,” from Latin pampinus “tendril or leaf of a vine.”
noun 1. a city in SE Florida.
[pom-pee-uh, -pey-uh] /pɒmˈpi ə, -ˈpeɪ ə/ noun 1. flourished 1st century b.c, second wife of Julius Caesar, divorced in 62 b.c. Compare , (def 2).
[pom-pey-uh n, -pee-] /pɒmˈpeɪ ən, -ˈpi-/ adjective 1. of or relating to Pompeii, or its culture. 2. pertaining to or designating a style of mural painting, examples of which have been found in or near Pompeii, Herculaneum, etc., dating from about the beginning of the 1st century b.c. to a.d. 79, characterized chiefly by the […]
noun 1. a dull, grayish red.