dromos

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

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dromos ‎(plural dromoi)

  1. (historical contexts, chiefly Ancient Greece) An avenue.
  2. (historical contexts, chiefly Ancient Greece) A walkway to a building, (chiefly) a ceremonial walkway to a temple or tomb.
  3. (historical contexts, chiefly Ancient Greece) A racecourse.

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