dromos

noun drom·os \ˈdräˌmäs, ˈdrōˌ-, -məs\

Definition of dromos

plural

dromi

\-ˌmī, -ˌmē\ or

dromoi

\-ˌmȯi\
  1. :  the passage to an ancient Egyptian or Mycenaean subterranean tomb

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Origin and Etymology of dromos

Greek dromos, racecourse, course, public walk — more at -drome


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