noun, genitive Dra·co·nis [drey-koh-nis, druh-]. /dreɪˈkoʊ nɪs, drə-/. Astronomy.
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I know you’ve talked elsewhere about the idea that Ianthe is your lady Draco in Leather Pants.How Gideon the Ninth author Tamsyn Muir queers the space opera|Constance Grady|February 5, 2021|Vox
Suspecting Draco, Harry casts a spell on his foil using a truly evil breed of magic found in his Potions textbook.
Harry suspects Draco is trying to hurt Dumbledore and seriously injures his rival with one of the Prince's spells.
Is it because Draco has already made his choice, or because, unfortunately, you have been forestalled?The 'Characters' of Jean de La Bruyre|Jean de La Bruyre
A volatile oleaginous substance obtained by distillation from draco-cephalum Moldavicum.
He was the Draco of his time, because his time seemed to him as yet unworthy to possess a Solon, neither capable of receiving him.The Aesthetical Essays|Friedrich Schiller
The Greater Weaver (Trachinus draco) lives at the bottom of deep water, and is often dredged up in the trawl.The Sea Shore|William S. Furneaux
The Athenians had all promised to obey Draco's laws, so they were obliged to submit for a short time.The Story of the Greeks|H. A. Guerber