dromond

noun
drom·ond | \ ˈdrämənd , ˈdrəm- \
plural -s

Definition of dromond 

: a large medieval fast-sailing galley or cutter

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History and Etymology for dromond

Middle English dromond, dromoun, dromon, from Middle French dromont, dromon, from Late Latin dromon-, dromo, from Greek dromōn light ship, from dramein to run

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