noun, plural drom·oi [drom-oi, droh-moi] /ˈdrɒm ɔɪ, ˈdroʊ mɔɪ/.
Origin of dromos
Examples from the Web for dromos
So far as we can at present see, the axis of the building corresponds to the axis of the dromos leading to Hatshepsts temple.Five Years' Explorations at Thebes|George Edward Stanhope Molyneux Carnarvon
Then she turned to the right, before the immense avenue of the Dromos where the house of Demetrios was.Ancient Manners|Pierre Louys
From the propylaia, a dromos, or sacred avenue, led to the double temple.Pagan and Christian Rome|Rodolfo Lanciani
From this central square of four pediments extends right and left one long colonnade, or dromos.Byeways in Palestine|James Finn
It is usual to celebrate bull-fights in this Dromos; the bulls are bred expressly for this purpose, like horses.