Translation of dragon in Spanish:

dragon

dragón, n.

Pronunciation /ˈdræɡən//ˈdraɡ(ə)n/

noun

  • 1

    Mythology
    dragón masculine
    • Youngsters will get the chance to make their own fire-breathing dragons and the famous Salisbury giant will once again be making a star appearance.
    • They thought of Good dragons, and Evil dragons, while Ray thought of how best to defeat them.
    • Both feng shui and early British belief use the dragon as the symbol for energies in the ground - not underground, but moving within the earth itself
    • On each corner of its curved roof perch ten dragons and other mythical water animals that symbolically guard against the ever-present risk of fire.
    • In the ancient book, I Ching, when explaining a certain divinatory symbol the dragon is associated with young bamboo.
    • A snake is also associated with a dragon, the symbol of the Chinese nation.
    • Although his other shape was that of a giant dragon, the elven warrior preferred his current form as it gave him a greater range of motion.
    • Alain was a slayer of giants and dragons, a protector of people.
    • The dragon was a water dragon and they were considered good creatures.
    • The other three transformed to giant dragons who towered above him.
    • We watched an ice demon breathe fire (how he did it, we still don't know), and watched a man slay a giant dragon.
    • The giant dragons begin a criss cross sweep across the massive sky.
    • After all of it, after all the magic and storms and monsters and dragons and evil beings, they were going to die of the cold.
    • C.G. does it better - dinosaurs, dragons, giant storms and morphing monsters.
    • In the Babylonian creation story their great god Marduk fights the sea dragon Tiamat.
    • Get as close as you dare to mythical monsters including dragons, the Unicorn and the Yeti and learn about the mystery that surrounds them.
    • Talking dragons and evil Sorceresses and a world full of monsters and giants and magic… it was all simply too much.
    • Also, since dragons symbolized power and stars were considered a symbol of hope, and she seemed to be their only hope, it seemed to be the perfect name.
    • The world of science, logic, and technology has killed off the world of dragons, giants, and heroes.
    • With red-eyed goblins, giant spiders and a fire-breathing dragon, this book is perfect Hallowe'en fare.
  • 2informal

    (fierce woman)
    arpía feminine informal