[pom-pee] /ˈpɒm pi/
(Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus”the Great”) 106–48 b.c, Roman general and statesman: a member of the first triumvirate.
an informal name for Portsmouth
called Pompey the Great; Latin name Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus. 106–48 bc, Roman general and statesman; a member with Caesar and Crassus of the first triumvirate (60). He later quarrelled with Caesar, who defeated him at Pharsalus (48). He fled to Egypt and was murdered
pompholyx pom·pho·lyx (pŏm’fə-lĭks’) n. See dyshidrosis.
[pom-pi-doo; French pawn-pee-doo] /ˈpɒm pɪˌdu; French pɔ̃ piˈdu/ noun 1. Georges Jean Raymond [zhawrzh zhahn rey-mawn] /ʒɔrʒ ʒɑ̃ reɪˈmɔ̃/ (Show IPA), 1911–74, French political leader: prime minister 1962–68; president 1969–74. /French pɔ̃pidu/ noun 1. Georges (ʒɔrʒ). 1911–74, French statesman; president of France (1969–74)
n. “fireman’s scaling ladder,” French, literally “fireman,” from pompe “pump” (see pump (n.)).
/ˈpɒmpɪlɪd/ noun 1. another name for the spider-hunting wasp