Pomptine
Pontine Pon"tine, a. [L. Pontinus or Pomptinus, an appellation given to a district in Latium, near Pometia.] Of or pertaining to an extensive marshy district between Rome and Naples. [Written also {Pomptine}.] [1913 Webster]

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