† drŏmos, i, m., = δρόμος.
- I. A place for running; a race-course, Grut. Inscr. 339, 2.
- II. Esp., as nom. prop., Drŏmŏs, i, m., the plain near Sparta, on which the Lacedaemonian youth exercised, Liv. 34, 27, 5.
- 2. Dromos Achilleos, a peninsula west of the Crimea, on which Achilles was said to have run a race, Plin. 4, 12, 26, § 83.