Definition of Pomerania in English:


Pronunciation /ˌpäməˈrānēə/ /ˌpɑməˈreɪniə/

proper noun

  • A region of north central Europe, extending along the south shore of the Baltic Sea between Stralsund in northeastern Germany and the Vistula in Poland. The region was controlled variously by Germany, Poland, the Holy Roman Empire, Prussia, and Sweden, until the larger part was restored to Poland in 1945, the western portion becoming a part of the German state of Mecklenburg-West Pomerania.