δρᾶμα

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From the Ancient Greek root δρᾶ- (drâ-) and the suffix -μα (-ma). Cognate to δράω (dráō).

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δρᾶμα (drâma) (genitive δράματος) n, third declension

  1. a deed, act
  2. one of the three types of ancient Greek poetry (the other two are epic and lyric poetry)
  3. a play, an action represented on the stage (a tragedy, a comedy or a satyr play)

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