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pommerPommer {m}
Pommie [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.] [pej.] Brite {m}
Pommie [Aus.] [NZ] [S.Afr.] [coll.]Engländer {m}
Pommies [Aus.] [NZ] [S.Afr.] [coll.] Engländer {pl}
Pommy [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.] [pej.] Brite {m}
pomological pomologisch
pomologistPomologe {m}
pomologist [female]Pomologin {f}
pomology Obstbaukunde {f}
pomologyPomologie {f}
Pomona [Roman goddess] Pomona {f}
Pomona leaf-nosed bat [Hipposideros pomona, syn.: Paracoelops megalotis]Vietnamesische Rundblattnase {f}
Pomona roundleaf bat [Hipposideros pomona, syn.: Paracoelops megalotis]Vietnamesische Rundblattnase {f}
pomp Pomp {m}
pomp Pracht {f}
pompPrunk {m}
pomp Gepränge {n} [geh.]
pomp and circumstance Pracht und Herrlichkeit
Pomp and CircumstanceGlanz und Gloria
pomp and splendour [Br.] Pracht und Herrlichkeit
pompadour [Am.] [haircut] Schmalztolle {f} [Kurzhaarschnitt, bes. Männerfrisur]
pompadour [haircut] Schmalzlocke {f}
pompadour cotinga [Xipholena punicea] Pompadourkotinga / Pompadour-Kotinga {f}
pompadour cotinga [Xipholena punicea]Amazonien-Pompadourkotinga {f}
pompadour fish [genus Symphysodon] [discus fish]Diskusfische {pl}
Pompadour green pigeon [Treron pompadora] Pompadourtaube {f}
Pompadour green pigeon [Treron pompadora]Andamanen-Grüntaube {f}
Pompadour green pigeon [Treron pompadora] Graustirn-Grüntaube {f}
pompadoured mit Schmalzlocke [nachgestellt]
Pompeian pompejisch
Pompeian pompejanisch [seltener]
Pompeian red Pompejanischrot {n}
PompeiiPompeji {n}
Pompeii [Paul W. S. Anderson]Pompeji 3D
Pompeii [Robert Harris] Pompeji
Pompeii worm [Alvinella pompejana]Pompejiwurm {m}
Pompeiian pompejisch
pompelmous [Citrus maxima] [also: pompelmouse] [obs.] [shaddock] Pampelmuse {f}
Pompey (the Great) [Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus] Pompeius (der Große) {m}
Pompey's Pillar Pompeiussäule {f}
pompholyx [dyshidrosis] Pompholyx {f} [Dyshidrosis]
pompierFensterleiter {f}
pompier ladder [esp. used by firefighters] Hakenleiter {f} [zum Einhängen in Fensteröffnungen usw.]
pompilid wasps [family Pompilidae, formerly: Psammocharidae]Wegwespen {pl}
pompom Puschel {m} {f}
pom-pom Maschinenkanone {f}
pompom Pompon {m}
pompomBommel {m} {f} [regional] [Pompon]
Pompom / Pom (Pom) [coll.] [Pomeranian] Zwergspitz {m} [Pomeranian]
pom-pom mushroom [Hericium erinaceus] Löwenmähne {f} [Pilz]
pom-pom mushroom [Hericium erinaceus]Pom-Pom blanc {m}
pom-pom mushroom [Hericium erinaceus] Igelstachelbart {m}
pom-pom mushroom [Hericium erinaceus] Affenkopfpilz {m}
pompoms Bommel {pl} [regional] [Pompons]
pompomsBommeln {pl}
pompon [ornamental ball or tuft] Pompon {m} [Quaste, Troddel]
pompon [ornamental ball or tuft] Troddel {f}
pompon lily [Lilium pomponium] Stinkende Lilie {f}
pompon lily [Lilium pomponium]Seealpen-Lilie / Seealpenlilie {f}
pompon lily [Lilium pomponium] Turban-Lilie / Turbanlilie {f}
pompon lily [Lilium pomponium]Rote Lilie {f}
pompositiesPrahlereien {pl}
pomposity Aufgeblasenheit {f}
pomposity Prunk {m}
pomposity Wichtigtuerei {f}
pomposityGroßspurigkeit {f}
pomposity Prahlerei {f}
pomposity Prunksucht {f}
pomposity Blasiertheit {f}
pomposity [esp. of style, speech]Schwülstigkeit {f} [pej.]
pomposity [esp. of style, speech] [turgidity] geschwollene Ausdrucksweise {f} [pej.]
pomposity [esp. of style] Schwulst {m} [pej.] [Schwülstigkeit] [bes. des Stils]
pompous bombastisch
pompous schwulstig
pompous wichtigtuerisch
pompous [archaic] [characterized by pomp or splendour]prunkvoll
pompous [archaic] [characterized by pomp or splendour] pompös
pompous [pej.] [person] aufgeblasen [ugs.] [pej.] [wichtigtuerisch]
pompous [pej.] [speech, rhetoric, etc.]schwülstig [pej.] [Rede, Rhetorik etc.]
pompous [style etc.]hochgestochen [ugs.] [pej.]
pompous ass [pej.] [vulg.] Wichtigtuer {m} [ugs.] [pej.]
pompous behaviour [Br.]prahlerisches Auftreten {n}
pompous coach [archaic] Luxuskutsche {f}
pompous mannerhochtrabende Manier {f}
pompous orator aufgeblasener Redner {m}
pompous procession [archaic]prunkvoller Umzug {m}
pompous speechwichtigtuerische Rede {f}
pompous styleprunkvoller Stil {m}
pompous way of spending großtuerische Art {f} des Geldausgebens
pompous words [pej.] schwülstige Worte {pl} [pej.]
pompously prunkvoll
pompously bombastisch
pompously aufgeblasen
pompously wichtigtuerisch
pompousness Pomphaftigkeit {f}
pompousness Glanz {m}
pompousness Pracht {f}
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