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The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

Dromond \Drom"ond\, or Dromon \Drom"on\ [OF. dromont, L. dromo, fr. Gr. dro`mwn light vessel, prob. fr. dramei^n to run. See Dromedary.] In the Middle Ages, a large, fast-sailing galley, or cutter; a large, swift war vessel. [Hist. or Archaic] --Fuller. [1913 Webster] The great dromond swinging from the quay. -- W. Morris. [1913 Webster]