[po-meyd, -mahd, poh-] /pɒˈmeɪd, -ˈmɑd, poʊ-/
a scented ointment, especially one used for the scalp or for dressing the hair.
verb (used with object), pomaded, pomading.
to dress with pomade; apply pomade to.
a perfumed oil or ointment put on the hair, as to make it smooth and shiny
(transitive) to put pomade on
1560s, from Middle French pommade “an ointment” (16c.), from Italian pomata, from pomo “apple,” from Latin pomum “fruit; apple” (see Pomona). So called because the original ointment recipe contained mashed apples.
- Pomade acne
pomade acne po·made acne (pō-mād’, -mäd’, pŏ-) n. Acne often found on the forehead and temples of a majority of U.S. Blacks after prolonged application of hair creams.
[pom-uh] /ˈpɒm ə/ Trademark. 1. a ski lift having a disklike support, placed between the legs, against which a skier leans while being pulled uphill.
[poh-man-der, poh-man-der] /ˈpoʊ mæn dər, poʊˈmæn dər/ noun 1. a mixture of aromatic substances, often in the form of a ball, formerly carried on the person as a supposed guard against infection but now placed in closets, dressers, etc. 2. the ball, box, or other case in which it was formerly carried. /pəʊˈmændə/ noun 1. […]
[poh-mey-tuh m, -mah-, puh-] /poʊˈmeɪ təm, -ˈmɑ-, pə-/ noun 1. .