noun po·ma·tum \pō-ˈmā-təm, -ˈmä-\

Definition of POMATUM

:  pomade

Origin of POMATUM

New Latin, from Late Latin pomum apple
First Known Use: 1562
Medical Dictionary


noun po·ma·tum \pō-ˈmāt-əm, -ˈmät-\

Medical Definition of POMATUM

:  ointment; especially :  a perfumed unguent for the hair or scalp


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