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Pomeranian is an adjective referring to Pomerania, an area divided between Poland and Germany. "Pomeranian" can also be a noun referring to a Spitz toy breed of dog.
Peoples and cultures
- Pomeranian Balts, ancient western Baltic people
- Pomeranian culture, an Iron Age culture of earlier people in land later called Pomerania
- Pomeranians (Slavic tribe), medieval West Slavic tribe
- Pomeranians (German people) (Pommern), since the High Middle Ages
- Pomeranian language, a group of Lechitic dialects spoken by the Slavic Pomeranians of the Middle Ages
- Pomeranian (German dialect group) (Pommersch Platt), classified within Low German, spoken by the Pomeranians since the High Middle Ages
- Pomeranian (dog), a Spitz toy dog breed
- Pomeranian Coarsewool Sheep (also Pomeranian sheep, Pommernschaf)
- Pomeranian duck (also Pommern Duck, Pommernente)
- Pomeranian Goose (also Rügener Goose, Pommerngans)
- Western Pomerania and Farther Pomerania (before 1945)
- West Pomeranian Voivodeship, an administrative region in Poland (after 1945)
- Pomeranian Voivodeship, an administrative region in Poland
- Pomeranian (European Parliament constituency), the corresponding constituency
- Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship, an administrative region in Poland
- East Pomeranian Offensive, a Soviet advance in late World War II
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