dragoman

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From Middle English dragman, a borrowing from Old French drugeman, from Medieval Latin dragumannus, from Byzantine Greek δραγομάνος (dragomános), from Arabic تُرْجُمَان (turjumān, translator, interpreter). Compare truchman.

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dragoman (plural dragomans or dragomen)

  1. (historical) An interpreter, especially for the Arabic and Turkish languages.

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From Arabic تُرْجُمَان (turjumān, translator, interpreter).

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dragoman m

  1. dragoman

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dragoman m (plural dragomans)

  1. dragoman