Definition of pometty in English:

pometty

adjective

Heraldry
rare
  • Terminating in a knob or knobs, as the arms of a cross.

Origin

Late 16th century; earliest use found in John Bossewell (d. 1580), author. From Middle French pometté from pommette small apple (see pummet; compare Middle French pommette ornamental globe or knob of gold, finial) + -é.

Pronunciation

pometty

/ˈpɒmɪti/