[pom-puh s] /ˈpɒm pəs/
characterized by an ostentatious display of dignity or importance:
a pompous minor official.
ostentatiously lofty or high-flown:
a pompous speech.
Archaic. characterized by , or a display of stately splendor or magnificence:
an impressive and pompous funeral.
exaggeratedly or ostentatiously dignified or self-important
ostentatiously lofty in style: a pompous speech
(rare) characterized by ceremonial pomp or splendour
late 14c., “characterized by exaggerated self-importance,” from Old French pompos (14c., Modern French pompeux) and directly from Late Latin pomposus “stately, pompous,” from Latin pompa “pomp” (see pomp). More literal (but less common) meaning “characterized by pomp” is attested from early 15c. Related: Pompously.
[pomp-tuh n, pom-] /ˈpɒmp tən, ˈpɒm-/ noun 1. a town in NE New Jersey.
problem-oriented medical record
[pom] /pɒm/ noun, (often initial capital letter) Slang: Usually Disparaging. 1. . /pɒm/ noun 1. (slang, Austral & NZ) short for pommy abbreviation 1. prescription-only medicine or medication Compare OTC Polar Operational Meteorological Satellite 1. particulate organic matter 2. polycyclic organic matter 3. public order member
person of no account
prep. also ‘pon, 1550s, shortened form of upon. particulate organic nitrogen