noun, plural (especially collectively) pom·pa·no, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) pom·pa·nos.
Origin of pompano
Examples from the Web for pompano
Contemporary Examples of pompano
Homicide detectives arrested Simon, 24, of Pompano Beach Tuesday night.Dial 911 For a Murder Charge
May 23, 2013
Historical Examples of pompano
We had opportunities on other days and in other places to test the pompano.Life On The Mississippi, Complete
Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
It was the most delectable of all the finny genus, superior even to the pompano.Blacksheep! Blacksheep!
Put four small whole pompano and four fillets of pompano in a buttered saut pan, and season with salt and pepper.
Use four whole California pompano; or the four fillets from one Florida fish.
Roll four small California pompano in flour, and season with salt and pepper.
noun plural -no or -nos
Word Origin for pompano
ocean fish, 1778, from American Spanish pampano, a name given to various types of fish, from Spanish, originally "vine, tendril," from Latin pampinus "tendril or leaf of a vine."