"There are plenty of dragomans, Madame," Green Turban reminded her.
Dragomans, not dragomen, is the plural of dragoman, an Eastern interpreter.
The courteous manners of the dragomans who fill the hall of the hotel are amusing.
Barges are unloading, steamers are arriving, and throngs of donkey-boys and dragomans go down in haste to meet them.
As soon as he was born, two dragomans came to guard him against harm, and the stars bowed themselves before him.
The dragomans who bring crowds of tourists to our temple and gabble nonsense, put us really off our feed.
All but the dragomans, perhaps, for you may pass one by and not know he is that wonderful omniscient being—a dragoman.
In the article on the Ibis it is shown how ludicrously untrustworthy is the dragomans Natural History information.
They had each proved themselves able Dragomans and each had many years' experience in Turkey.
Our Arabs, p. 37however, and the dragomans kept them singing till a late hour round the fires lighted among the tents.