noun \ˈdräŋ\
variants: less commonly



Definition of drong



dialectal, England

  1. :  a passageway or lane especially between walls or hedges as if this homely drong had been transformed to a royal path in some greenwood — Llewelyn Powys

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Origin and Etymology of drong

probably akin to Old English thringan to press, compress — more at throng

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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