Pomona

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Po·mo·na

 (pə-mō′nə)
1. A city of southern California east of Los Angeles. Founded in 1875, it grew as an agricultural center.
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Pomona

(pəˈməʊnə)
n
(Placename) (in Orkney) another name for Mainland

Pomona

(pəˈməʊnə)
n
(Classical Myth & Legend) the Roman goddess of fruit trees
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Po•mo•na

(pəˈmoʊ nə)

n.
1. the Roman goddess of fruit.
2. a city in SW California, E of Los Angeles. 134,706.
3. Also called Mainland. the largest of the Orkney Islands, N of Scotland. 6502; 190 sq. mi. (490 sq. km).
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