Drag"o*man (?), n.; pl. Dragomans (#). [From F. dragoman, or Sp. dragoman, or It. dragomanno; all fr. LGr. , Ar. tarjuman, from the same source as E. targum. Cf. Drogman, Truchman.]

An interpreter; -- so called in the Levant and other parts of the East.

 

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