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dragoman

dragoman

noun drag·o·man \ˈdra-gə-mən\
plural drag·o·mans or drag·o·men \-mən\

Definition of DRAGOMAN

:  an interpreter chiefly of Arabic, Turkish, or Persian employed especially in the Near East

Origin of DRAGOMAN

Middle English drugeman, from Anglo-French, from Old Italian dragomanno, from Middle Greek dragomanos, from Arabic tarjumān, from Aramaic tūrgĕmānā
First Known Use: 14th century

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