Words That Start With Po: Boost Your Vocabulary with These Top Picks

Discover a variety of words that start with the prefix “po” and enhance your vocabulary across different contexts.

  1. Poach- to cook in simmering liquid.
  2. Pod- a type of fruit vessel or a small group (like a pod of whales).
  3. Podium- a small platform used during speeches or performances.
  4. Poem- a piece of writing with expressive or aesthetic qualities.
  5. Poet- a person who writes poems.
  6. Point- a precise location or a sharp tip.
  7. Poise- balanced and steady; calm composure.
  8. Poke- to jab or prod.
  9. Polar- relating to the poles of the earth or opposite in character.
  10. Pole- a long cylindrical piece of material.
  11. Police- the civil force responsible for maintaining law and order.
  12. Policy- a course or principle of action adopted by an organization.
  13. Polish- to make something smooth and shiny by rubbing.
  14. Politely- in a courteous manner.
  15. Polka- a lively dance of Bohemian origin.
  16. Poll- a process of voting in an election or survey.
  17. Pollen- powdery substance produced by flowers for fertilization.
  18. Pollute- to contaminate water, air, or environment with harmful substances.
  19. Polo- a team sport played on horseback.
  20. Polygon- a flat shape with many straight sides.
  21. Pomp- ceremony and splendid display.
  22. Pond- a small body of water.
  23. Ponder- to think about something carefully.
  24. Pony- a small breed of horse.
  25. Pool- a small area of still water.
  26. Poor- lacking financial or other means of subsistence.
  27. Pop- a sudden, sharp sound or burst; or popular, trendy.
  28. Pope- the bishop of Rome and head of the Roman Catholic Church.
  29. Porch- a covered shelter projecting in front of the entrance of a building.
  30. Pore- a tiny opening in the skin or on the surface of a plant.
  31. Pork- the flesh of a pig used as food.
  32. Port- a harbor where ships load or unload.
  33. Portal- a doorway, gate, or entrance, especially a large one.
  34. Portion- a part of a whole; an amount of food served to one person.
  35. Portrait- a painting, drawing, photograph, or engraving of a person.
  36. Pose- to assume a particular attitude or position in order to be photographed, painted, etc.
  37. Position- a place where someone or something is located or has been put.
  38. Positive- with a value of more than zero; optimistic.
  39. Possess- to have as belonging to one; own.
  40. Possible- able to be done or achieved; that may exist.
  41. Post- a piece of writing mailed; or a job or role.
  42. Postage- the charge for the sending of letters and parcels by mail.
  43. Poster- a large printed picture used for decoration or advertising.
  44. Postpone- to delay to a future time; put off.
  45. Pot- a container, typically rounded or cylindrical used for storage or cooking.
  46. Potato- a starchy plant tuber eaten as a vegetable.
  47. Potential- having or showing the capacity to develop into something in the future.
  48. Potion- a liquid with healing, magical, or poisonous properties.
  49. Pottery- objects made of clay and hardened by heat.
  50. Poultry- domestic fowl, such as chickens, turkeys, raised for eggs or meat.
  51. Pound- a unit of weight; or to beat heavily and repeatedly.
  52. Pour- to flow or cause to flow in a stream.
  53. Poverty- the state of being extremely poor.
  54. Powder- fine particles, as of ground spices or cosmetics.
  55. Power- the ability to do something or act in a particular way.
  56. Practical- of or concerned with the actual doing or use of something.
  57. Praise- express admiration or approval.
  58. Prank- a trick played for amusement.
  59. Preach- to give a religious speech.
  60. Predict- say or estimate that a specified thing will happen in the future.
  61. Prefer- like one thing or person better than another.
  62. Prepare- make something ready for use or consideration.
  63. Present- give something to someone; also refers to the current time.
  64. Preserve- maintain something in its original state, or keep safe.
  65. Press- exert force on something to make it physically smaller; or the media.
  66. Pretend- behave so as to make it appear that something is the case when in fact it is not.
  67. Pretty- attractive in a delicate way.
  68. Prevent- keep something from happening.
  69. Price- the cost required for possession or acquisition.
  70. Pride- a feeling of deep pleasure derived from one’s own achievements.
  71. Primary- of chief importance; earliest in time or sequence.
  72. Prince- the son of a monarch.
  73. Print- produce (books, newspapers, clothes) by reproducing text and images.
  74. Prior- existing or coming before in time, order, or importance.
  75. Prism- a transparent optical element with flat, polished surfaces.
  76. Private- belonging to or for the use of one particular person or group.
  77. Prize- something given as a reward.
  78. Probable- likely to be the case or to happen.
  79. Probe- a thorough investigation into a crime or other matter.
  80. Problem- a matter or situation regarded as unwelcome or harmful and needing to be dealt with.
  81. Process- a series of actions taken in order to achieve a particular end.
  82. Produce- make or manufacture from components or raw materials.
  83. Product- an article or substance that is manufactured or refined for sale.
  84. Profess- claim openly but often falsely.
  85. Profit- a financial gain.
  86. Profound- very great or intense.
  87. Program- a planned series of future events or performances.
  88. Progress- forward or onward movement toward a destination.
  89. Project- an individual or collaborative enterprise planned to achieve a particular aim.
  90. Promise- a declaration or assurance that one will do something or that a particular thing will happen.
  91. Promote- support or actively encourage.
  92. Prompt- done without delay; immediate.
  93. Proof- evidence sufficient to establish a thing as true.
  94. Propel- drive or push forward.
  95. Proper- truly what something is said or regarded to be; suitable.
  96. Property- a thing or things belonging to someone; possessions collectively.
  97. Prose- written or spoken language in its ordinary form.
  98. Protect- keep safe from harm or injury.
  99. Protest- a statement or action expressing disapproval of or objection to something.
  100. Proud- feeling deep pleasure from one’s own achievements.

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