Origin of dragoman
OTHER WORDS FROM dragomandrag·o·man·ic [drag-uh-man-ik], /ˌdræg əˈmæn ɪk/, drag·o·man·ish, adjective
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How to use dragoman in a sentence
By one of the French windows the dragoman Ibrahim was standing, perfectly still now, and looking steadily at her.
Our dragoman kept at bay all the clamouring crowd of porters, guides and nondescripts of all colours and races that besieged us.
Messrs. Gaze and Sons had ordered their guide (or dragoman as he was called) to meet us and devote himself to our service.
Ibrahim was twenty, but he was completely a boy, despite his great height and his tried capacities as a dragoman.
The Consul's dragoman, a grand-looking Israelite, was ready to go, but the engineer had just managed to break his leg.The British Expedition to the Crimea|William Howard Russell