Category:Pom-poms

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pom-pom 
tufts or bunches of ribbon, velvet, or thread, worn in the hair, on a cap, or dress, or similar bunches of streamers used in cheerleading
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Pompon (it); Pómpelk (csb); pompon (fr); пампон (be-tarask); Помпон (ru); Pompon (de); pompom (pt); pom-pom (en-gb); 綵球 (zh); Bumbulas (lt); Cof (sl); ポンポン (ja); සවරං (si); Pompong (sv); Pompon (pl); פונפון (he); pompon (nl); pompó (ca); Pompono (io); pompón (es); pom-pon (fi); pom-pom (en); Pompono (eo); Pompon (cs); Pompon (lb) tufts or bunches of ribbon, velvet, or thread, worn in the hair, on a cap, or dress, or similar bunches of streamers used in cheerleading (en); boule en laine que l'on retrouve sur un bonnet, un béret ou un képi (fr); украшение на одежде (ru) pompon (es); ポムポン (ja); Pom pom, Pom-pomit (fi); pompom, pompon, pom-pon, flogger (en); פומפון (he)
English: A pom-pom, also spelled pom-pon, pompom or pompon, is a decorative hand-held object, often used by cheerleaders, dance squads, and sports audiences. A large type, called a flogger, is used in Australia. Small pom-poms may be used to adorn hats, socks, fringed dresses, and other kinds of clothing.

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