-drome

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See also: drome, Drôme, and 'drome

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From Ancient Greek δρόμος (drómos, running; racetrack).

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-drome

  1. (literary) Combined with prefixes to form placenames related to racetracks (now especially large covered racetracks) or similar structures.

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-drome

  1. -drome

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