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pommel

  

      n  
1    the raised part on the front of a saddle  
2    a knob at the top of a sword or similar weapon  
      vb   , -mels, -melling, -melled  
     (U.S.)   , -mels, -meling, -meled  
3       a less common word for       pummel  
     (C14: from Old French pomel knob, from Vulgar Latin pomellum (unattested) little apple, from Latin pomum apple)  
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pummel  
      vb   , -mels, -melling, -melled  
     (U.S.)   , -mels, -meling, -meled   tr   to strike repeatedly with or as if with the fists,   (Also (less commonly))    pommel         
     (C16: see pommel)  


pommel         
      n  
1    the raised part on the front of a saddle  
2    a knob at the top of a sword or similar weapon  
      vb   , -mels, -melling, -melled  
     (U.S.)   , -mels, -meling, -meled  
3       a less common word for       pummel  
     (C14: from Old French pomel knob, from Vulgar Latin pomellum (unattested) little apple, from Latin pomum apple)  

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pome, pomelo, Pommern, pummel

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