KJV Dictionary Definition: pomp
POMP, n. L. pompa; bombus; Eng. bomb, bombast.
1. A procession distinguished by ostentation of grandeur and splendor; as the pomp of a Roman triumph.
2. Show of magnificence; parade; splendor.
Hearts formed for love, but doom'd in vain to glow
In prison'd pomp, and weep in splendid woe.