drom

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See also: dröm and drøm

Albanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Greek δρόμος (drómos, road).

Noun[edit]

drom ?

  1. highway

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Dutch[edit]

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Noun[edit]

drom m (plural drommen)

  1. flock (of people).
  2. crowd

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Old Saxon[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *draumaz, whence also Old English drēam (joy, music, dream), Old Frisian drām, Old High German troum, Old Norse draumr.

Noun[edit]

drōm m

  1. joy, pleasure, ecstasy
    Drôm drohtines endi dagskîmon: Joy of the lord and daylight.
  2. music, song
  3. dream
    That he manno drôm ageƀen scolde: That he should give the men's dream.

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Romani[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Greek δρόμος (drómos, road).

Noun[edit]

drom m (plural drom)

  1. road

References[edit]

The 1970's periodical Romano Drom. Language in Danger Andrew Dalby, 2003