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  • dracco
    3rd–4th C. A.D.: Appendix Probi
    draco non dracco
    [Use] draco, not dracco.

Etymology

From Ancient Greek δράκων (drakōn) "dragon"

Noun

dracō (genitive dracōnis); m, third declension

  1. A dragon; a kind of serpent.
  2. The standard of a Roman cohort, shaped like an Egyptian crodocile ('dragon') head.
  3. The astronomical constellation Draco.
  4. (ecclesiastic) The Devil.

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