Definitions for POMpɒm

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary


  1. Category: Common Vocabulary, Status (usage)

    Ref: pommy .

Origin of pom:

prob. by back formation

Princeton's WordNet

  1. pommy, pom(noun)

    a disparaging term for a British person


  1. pom(Noun)

    An American alcoholic drink containing vodka and pomegranate juice.

  2. pom(Noun)

    An Englishman, a Briton; a person of British descent.

The New Hacker's Dictionary

  1. POM

    Common abbreviation for phase of the moon. Usage: usually in the phrase POM-dependent, which means flaky.

Anagrams of POM

  1. PMO

  2. mop

  3. OPM

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