noun, plural (especially collectively) pom·pa·no, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) pom·pa·nos.
QUIZ YOURSELF ON THE MANY TYPES OF NOUNS
Origin of pompano
Words nearby pompano
Example sentences from the Web for pompano
Homicide detectives arrested Simon, 24, of Pompano Beach Tuesday night.
I consider the pompano to be the best food-fish in either salt or fresh water—the prince of food-fishes, it is incomparable.
There is another Spanish word pampano, more nearly resembling pompano in sound and spelling.
On their outside beaches, during the flood tide, the beach-fleas and pompano-shells come rolling in on every wave.
And this continues during the first half of the flood tide, during which time schools of pompano are feeding on them.
Some of the fish found here are choice and costly delicacies, and include red snapper, pompano, Spanish mackerel and sea trout.My Native Land|James Cox