dromic

adjective drom·ic \ ˈdrämik \
variants: or less commonly dromical \-mə̇kəl\

Definition of dromic

1 :of, relating to, or in the form of a racecourse
2
[Middle Greek dromikos, from Greek]
architecture :having a long and narrow ground plan

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Origin and Etymology of dromic

dromic from Greek dromikos, from dromos course, racecourse, running + -ikos -ic; dromical from dromic + -al


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