Origin of pomo
Definition for pomo (2 of 2)
noun, plural Po·mos, (especially collectively) Po·mo.
Examples from the Web for pomo
This definition, given for the Pomo, fits the Athabascan area very well.California Athabascan Groups|Martin A. Baumhoff
Unless otherwise stated, the Pomo terms are in the Eastern dialect.Pomo Bear Doctors|Samuel Alfred Barrett
Such esoteric ceremonies are unusual among the Pomo, though they occur among other California tribes.
In the south, where everything shows the Wintun and Pomo to have influenced each other considerably, he is replaced by Coyote.The Religion of the Indians of California|A. L. Kroeber
It was only toward the west that the world was supposed by the Pomo to be bounded by water.