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draconic

[ drey-kon-ik, druh- ]
/ dreɪˈkɒn ɪk, drə- /
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adjective
of or like a dragon.
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Origin of draconic

1670–80; <Latin dracōn- (stem of dracō) dragon + -ic

OTHER WORDS FROM draconic

dra·con·i·cal·ly, adverb

Other definitions for draconic (2 of 2)

Draconic
[ drey-kon-ik, druh- ]
/ dreɪˈkɒn ɪk, drə- /

adjective
(often lowercase) Draconian.

Origin of Draconic

<Latin Dracōn- (see Draco) + -ic

OTHER WORDS FROM Draconic

Dra·con·i·cal·ly, adverb
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British Dictionary definitions for draconic

draconic
/ (dreɪˈkɒnɪk) /

adjective
of, like, or relating to a dragon

Derived forms of draconic

draconically, adverb

Word Origin for draconic

C17: from Latin dracō dragon
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