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Names Worn By Dragons

white_dragonThis is the second post in a new series called “names worn by mythical creatures.” The first post, on werewolves, can be found here:

https://namingthefishes.wordpress.com/2013/05/02/names-worn-by-werewolves/

Today’s creature of the day is the almighty dragon.

Dragons are perhaps the best known fabulous animals. In various forms, dragons are found in the mythology and folktales of cultures throughout the world. The word “Dragon” comes from the ancient Greek word Drakonta, which means “to watch.”

Aithusa (Merlin)
Alduin (The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim)
Cornwall (Quest For Camelot)
Cortez (The Longest Journey)
Devon (Quest For Camelot)
Draco 
(Dragonheart)
Drogon (A Song Of Ice and Fire)
Dulcy (Sonic the Hedgehog)
Dumat (Dragon Age)
Elliott (Pete’s Dragon)
Eustace (The Chronicles of Narnia)
Firnen (Inheritance)
Grigori (Dragon’s Dogma)
Haku (Spirited Away)
Jake (American Dragon)
Katla (The Brothers Lionheart)
Ludmilla (Bartok the Magnificent)
Maleficent (Sleeping Beauty)
Mim (Bone/The Sword In The Stone)
Montague (Dragon Boy)
Norbert (Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone)
Onaga (Mortal Kombat: Deception)
Prothero (Looking For Illyriand)
Ridley (Metroid)
Ruth (The Dragonriders of Pern)
Saphira (Eragon)
Scatha (Lord of the Rings Appendix)
Tamba (Tikkabilla)
Temeraire (Temeraire Series)
Tiamat (Dungeons & Dragons)

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6 comments on “Names Worn By Dragons

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  2. Abby
    July 20, 2013

    You forgot about Smaug (Lord of the Rings)

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  5. Pat
    August 3, 2013

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