draconic
I. adjective Etymology: Latin dracon-, draco Date: 1680 of or relating to a dragon II. adjective Date: 1708 draconian

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  • draconic — DRACÓNIC, Ă, draconici, ce, adj. (Despre legi, dispoziţii etc.) Care este foarte aspru, de o severitate excesivă. – Din germ. drakonisch. Trimis de LauraGellner, 08.12.2008. Sursa: DEX 98  DRACÓNIC adj. (rar) draconian. (Măsuri draconic.) Trimis …   Dicționar Român

  • Draconic — Dra*con ic, a. Relating to Draco, the Athenian lawgiver; or to the constellation Draco; or to dragon s blood. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • draconic — [drə kän′ik, drākän′ik] adj. [< L draco: see DRAGON] 1. of or like a dragon 2. [usually D ] draconian …   English World dictionary

  • Draconic — For other uses, see Draconic (disambiguation). Draconic Origin Belgrade, Serbia Genres Symphonic black metal Industrial metal Progressive metal Years active 2003 present …   Wikipedia

  • draconic — draconically, adv. /dray kon ik, dreuh /, adj. of or like a dragon. [1670 80; < L dracon (s. of draco) DRAGON + IC] * * * …   Universalium

  • Draconic — Draconically, adv. /dray kon ik, dreuh /, adj. (often l.c.) Draconian. [ < L Dracon (see DRACO) + IC] * * * …   Universalium

  • draconic — adjective Related to or suggestive of dragons …   Wiktionary

  • dracónic — adj. m., pl. dracónici; f. sg. dracónicã, pl. dracónice …   Romanian orthography

  • draconic — adj. of or pertaining to a dragon; Draconian; harsh, cruel; pertaining to or characteristic of Draco (ancient Athenian magistrate known for his severe code of laws) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • draconic — dra·con·ic …   English syllables

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