Definition of dromond in English:

dromond

noun

historical
  • A large medieval ship of a kind used for war or commerce, chiefly in the Mediterranean.

    ‘The number of dromonds carrying horsemen was thirty-six.’
    ‘In the port there stood several dozen dromonds, the black ships of the corsairs, although they were not yet in use.’

Origin

Middle English via Old French and late Latin from late Greek dromōn ‘light vessel’, from Greek dromos ‘running’.

Pronunciation

dromond

/ˈdrɒmənd/ /ˈdrʌmənd/