Definition of Pompey in English:

Pompey

Syllabification: Pom·pey
Pronunciation: /ˈpämpē
 
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( 106–48 bc), Roman general and statesman; Latin name Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus; known as Pompey the Great. He founded the First Triumvirate, but later quarreled with Julius Caesar, who defeated him at the battle of Pharsalus. He then fled to Egypt, where he was murdered.

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