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prodomos

[ proh-doh-mos ]
/ proʊˈdoʊ mɒs /
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noun, plural pro·do·moi [proh-doh-moi]. /proʊˈdoʊ mɔɪ/. Architecture.
an open vestibule, as a pronaos.
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Origin of prodomos

<Greek pródomos literally, before-house, equivalent to pro-pro-2 + dómos house (see dome)
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