-drome • comb. form 1. denoting a place for running or racing: velodrome.2. denoting something that runs or proceeds in a certain way: palindrome.
-drome repr. Gr. drōmos running, course, race, as in HIPPODROME; rel. to dramein run, Skr. drāmati.
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