- a former province of NE Germany, now mostly in NW Poland.
Examples from the Web for pomerania
It was fun, but over-crowded, for the rest of Pomerania had gone there too.
She and the Mosebachs had gone tobogganing on the only hill that Pomerania boasted.
"It's better than a prison in Pomerania, by a long way," Ralph answered.The Young Franc Tireurs
G. A. Henty
The Russians had overpowered the King's generals in Pomerania.Critical and Historical Essays, Volume III (of 3)
Thomas Babington Macaulay
It was not improbable, nor less so that the dog was in Pomerania likewise.The Adventures of Harry Richmond, Complete
- a region of N central Europe, extending along the S coast of the Baltic Sea from Stralsund to the Vistula River: now chiefly in Poland, with a small area in NE GermanyGerman name: Pommern Polish name: Pomorze
Word Origin and History for pomerania
region and former province of Prussia on the Baltic coast of modern Poland (German Pommern, Polish Pomorze), Medieval Latin, from Pomerani, name of a Slavic tribe there, from Polish po morze "by the sea."