Pomona

Pomona

[puh-moh-nuh]
noun
1.
the ancient Roman goddess of the fruit of trees.
2.
a city in SW California, E of Los Angeles.
3.
Also called Mainland. the largest of the Orkney Islands, N of Scotland. 190 sq. mi. (490 sq. km)
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Pomona1 (pəˈməʊnə)
 
n
in Orkney another name for Mainland

Pomona2 (pəˈməʊnə)
 
n
the Roman goddess of fruit trees

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Pomona
1584, Roman goddess of fruit, from L. pomum "apple, fruit."
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