Names of Dragons

From Dragons Valley Wiki
  The following are as many languages as we could find for the word DRAGON.
   Thanks to all the dragons on Alt.Fan.Dragons, and various people around the world,
   and books like "Things That Never Were" for their input!
   Note: some of these are Phonetic and not actual spellings.


   African: nrgwenya
   Afrikaans: Draak
   Arabic: ah-teen (pl. tah-neen), (Al)Tineen, Plural: (Al)Tananeen
   Athebascin (Alasken): Manchu
   Austrian: Drach`n, Lindwurm
   Bulgarian: drakon (phonetic), äðàêî? (Actual spelling)
   Catalan (N/E Spain): drac
   Chinese: lung/long, Liung (Hakka dialect)
   Chinese: old & new:
   Croatian/Serbian: zmaj (pronounced "zmai" means Dragon), azdaja (pronounced "azhdaya" means Hydra)
   Czech: Drak, Dr?èek (Draaachek)
   Danish: drage
   Dansk: drage
   Draconian: Khoth, (pl. Khothu)
   Driigaran (music language): C4 G4 C5 D5 B5 C5
   Double-Dutch: dridi-gag-dridi-gen
   Dutch: draak
   Elven/Drow: Tagnik'zur
   Egg-Latin: Dreggageggon
   English: dragon
   English (Middle): dragun, dragoun
   English (Old): draca
   Enochian: Vovin (Voh-een)
   Esperanto: drako, dragono
   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: lohikäärme, draakki, dragoni
   Fire Witch tongue: Katash wei' vorki (kah-TASH whey VOR-key)
   Flambian: kazyeeqen (comes from kazyee-aqen, fire lizard)
   Flemmish: Draeke
   French: dragon,dragun, dargon
   Gealic: Arach
   German: drache (pl. Drachen), Lindwurm, drake (pl. draken)
   Greek: drakon, drako. Male: drakos (or thrakos), Female: drakena (or thrakena)
   Greek (ancient): Male: drakkon (or thrakon), Female: drakkina (or thrakena)
   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.: Angul?ce: generic, Ramal?ce: winged dragon, Urul?ce: fire breath dragon
   Malay: Naga
   Milanese (Italy): Dragh, Draguun,Dragoon
   New Zeland (Maori): tarakona
   Norse: ormr
   Norsk: drake, dragonet, liten drake
   Norwegian: drage
   Oppish: dropagoponop (pronounced drop-ag-op-an-op)
   Ourainic Barb: Duxobum
   Philippines: male: dragon short o, female: Dragona with a short o and a
   Pig-Latin: Agon-dray
   Polish: smok
   Portuguese: dragão
   Quenya (elven): Loke, winged: Ramaloke, sea: Lingwiloke, fire: Uruloke
   Reinitian (of Reinita): Dralaghajh
   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: drag?n, El Draque, Brujah
   Swedish: drake, lindorm
   Swedish (Ancient): flugdrake, floghdraki
   Swiss German: Drachä
   Tagalog: drak?n
   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: Rong (poetic), rng (regular)
   Welsh: Ddraig
   Yugoslav: Zmaj, Azdaja
   Zulu: uzekamanzi
   ~http://www.dragonfire.org (Alt Fan Dragons / AFD), yr. 2000)