Pomel

• (n.) A pommel.
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Pomel

Pom'el noun A pommel. [ Obsolete] Chaucer.
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Pomel

In architecture, the term pomel is applied to a knob, knot, or boss. The term is used in reference to the finial, or ornament on the top of a conical or dome-shaped roof of a turret, the summit of a pavilion, etc, and is especially applied to articles of plate and jewellery. It also denotes generally any ornament of globular form.
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