Pommy

noun
Pom·​my | \ˈpä-mē \
variants: or Pommie
plural Pommies

Definition of Pommy 

slang, Australia and New Zealand, usually disparaging

: briton especially : an English immigrant

First Known Use of Pommy

1912, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for Pommy

by shortening & alteration from pomegranate, alteration of Jimmy Grant, rhyming slang for immigrant

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