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Athebascin (Alasken): Manchu
African: nrgwenya
Afrikaans: Draak
Arabic: ah-teen (pl. tah-neen)
Bulgarian: drakon (phonetic), adaeii(Actual spelling)
Catalan (N/E Spain): drac
Chinese: lung/long, Liung (Hakka dialect)
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Croatian/Serbian: zmaj (pronounced "zmai" means Dragon), azdaja (pronounced "azhdaya" means Hydra)
Danish: drage
Dansk: drage
Draconian: Khoth, (pl. Khothu)
Driigaran (music language): C4 G4 C5 D5 B5 C5
Dutch: draak
Elven/Drow: Tagnik'zur
English: dragon
English (Middle): dragun, dragoun
English (Old): draca
Enochian: Vovin (Voh-een)
Estonian: draakon, lohe, lohemadu or tuuleuss (Wind Snake), lendav madu
Euskera (dialect of the Basque Country): Erensuge
Faeroese: eitt dreki, eitt flogdreki, ein fraenarormur
Finnish: lohikrme, Draakki, and Rakuuna
Flambian: kazyeeqen (comes from kazyee-aqen, fire lizard)
French: dralion
Gealic: (Scottish)dragon w/accent on a, dreugan (Manx)dragan, dragane (Irish)Arach
German: drache (pl. Drachen), Lindwurm, drake (pl. draken)
Greek: drakon, drako
Greek (ancient): Male: drakkon, Female: drakkina
Hawaiian: Kelekona, (plural) Na Kelekona
Hebrew: drakon (plural) drakonim, Tanniym
Hungarian: sarkany
Icelandic: dreki
Indonesian: Naga
Iranian: Ejdeha
Islamic: th'uban, tinnin
Italian: drago, dragone, volante, dragonessa
Japanese: ryu, tatsu
Jibberish: gidadraggidaen (pronunced "gid-a-drag-gid-ah-en")
Klingon: lung'a' puv (pronounced loong-AH poov) "Flying Great Lizard"
Korean: yong
Latin: draco, dracon, draco, dragon, dragoon, serpent,serpens
Luxembourgian: Draach
Middle earth Ency.: Angulce: generic, Ramalce: winged dragon, Urulce: fire breath dragon
Malay: Naga
New Zeland (Maori): tarakona
Norse: ormr
Norsk: drake, dragonet, liten drake
Norwegian: drage
Ourainic Barb: Duxobum
Philippines: male: dragon short o, female: Dragona with a short o and a
Pig-Latin: Agon-dray
Polish: smok
Portuguese: drago
Quenya (elven): Loke, winged: Ramaloke, sea: Lingwiloke, fire: Uruloke
Roman: draco
Romanian: Dragon, (pl. Dragoni), Zmeu (pl. Zmei), dracul, drakul
Russian: drakon
Sanskrit: naga (type of snake-human-dragon)
Slovenia: Zmaj = Dragon, Hidra = Hydra.
Spanish: dragon w/accent on o, El Draque, Brujah
Swedish: drake, lindorm
Swedish (Ancient): flugdrake, floghdraki
Swiss German: Drach
Tagalog: drakon w/accent on o
Thai: mung-korn
Tibetan: Brug (this is pronounced in several ways depending on dialect, DROOK, being the most common. Only in Ladakh is it ever pronounced BRUG)
Turkish: ejderha
Ukraine: drakon
Vietnamese: long (poetic), rng (regular)
Welsh: Ddraig
Yugoslav: Zmaj, Azdaja