po

[poh]

noun, plural pos. Australia and New Zealand.

a chamber pot.

Origin of po

1875–80; probably < French pot (de chambre) chamber pot

Po

[poh]

noun

a river in Italy, flowing E from the Alps in the NW to the Adriatic. 418 miles (669 km) long.
Ancient Padus.

pos.

P.O.S.

or POS

point-of-sale; point-of-sales.
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Related Words for pos

delivery, mail, collection, PO, GPO, postmaster

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British Dictionary definitions for pos

POS

abbreviation for

point of sale
part of speech

po

noun plural pos

British an informal word for chamber pot

Word Origin for po

C19: from pot 1

PO

abbreviation for

Post Office
Personnel Officer
petty officer
Pilot Officer
Also: p.o. postal order

pos.

abbreviation for

position
positive

Po

1

the chemical symbol for

polonium

Po

2

noun

a river in N Italy, rising in the Cottian Alps and flowing northeast to Turin, then east to the Adriatic: the longest river in Italy. Length: 652 km (405 miles)Latin name: Padus
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Word Origin and History for pos

Po

large river in northern Italy, from Latin Padus, a name of Celtic origin.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper

pos in Medicine

Po

The symbol for the elementpolonium
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pos in Science

Po

The symbol for polonium.
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