pompelmous

[ pom-puhl-moos ]
/ ˈpɒm pəlˌmus /

noun, plural pom·pel·mous, pom·pel·mous·es.

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Origin of pompelmous

From the Dutch word pompelmoes, dating back to 1670–80. See pomelo
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