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n. pl. Pomo or Po·mos
1. A member of a group of Native American peoples inhabiting an area of the Coast Ranges of northern California.
2. Any of the seven languages of the Pomo.


 (pō′mō) Informal
1. Postmodern.
2. Postmodernist.
n. pl. po·mos
1. A postmodernist.
2. Postmodernism.

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(Sociology) informal short for postmodern
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(ˈpoʊ moʊ) Informal. adj.
1. postmodern.
2. the postmodern movement; postmodernism.


(ˈpoʊ moʊ)

n., pl. -mos, (esp. collectively) -mo.
1. a member of any of a group of American Indian peoples of the N California coast and adjacent inland areas.
2. any of the seven related languages spoken or formerly spoken by the Pomo.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Pomo - a member of an Indian people of northern California living along the Russian River valley and adjacent Pacific coast
Hoka, Hokan - a member of a North American Indian people speaking one of the Hokan languages
2.Pomo - the Kulanapan language spoken by the Pomo
Kulanapan - a group of languages of the Hokan family
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Tickets to Joyce DiDonato with Orchestra il pomo d'oro (January 24); Korean National Ballet (March 17); Korean Symphony Orchestra (March 8); Justin Kauflin (March 11 at NYUAD Arts Centre; Dh100); Tosca (March 15); Sara Baras (March 21) and The Paris Opera Ballet (March 29-30) start at Dh175.
Broderick," says Michael Knight, Sherwood Valley Band of Pomo Indian's Chairman.
Support from period band Il Pomo D'Oro, under Maxim Emelyanychev, is excellent.
The fundamental advantage of this is that Pomo Oz does not fall into the trap, common for books so intrinsically and deeply engaged in critical literary theory, of alienating the reader with literary jargon and excessively complicated language.
Northern California's Pomo Indians--masters of the craft of fine art baskets--were one of the diverse tribes represented in Louis Siegriest's WPA posters for the Indian Court exhibit at San Francisco's Golden Gate International Exposition (1939-40).
Right and wrong in the modern world aren't objective--they bend to the wills of the masses states author Michael Ferber in his book "Pomo Timmy: I Timothy for a Postmodern World".
Along comes Postmodernism (sometimes called Pomo), a humanist reaction to Modernism's cold calculations.
The court was told Sweeney's restaurant Il Pomo D'Oro in Temple Bar failed to make enough repayments after the Bank of Scotland gave it the loan in October last year.