A fabulous animal, generally represented as a monstrous winged serpent or lizard, with a crested head and enormous claws, and regarded as very powerful and ferocious.
A luminous exhalation from marshy grounds, seeming to move through the air as a winged serpent.
A small arboreal lizard of the genus Draco, of several species, found in the East Indies and Southern Asia. Five or six of the hind ribs, on each side, are prolonged and covered with weblike skin, forming a sort of wing. These prolongations aid them in making long leaps from tree to tree. Called also flying lizard.
A fabulous winged creature, sometimes borne as a charge in a coat of arms.
Latin and Greek drakon, "the seeing one" (dragon or serpent) -- a mythical monster, usually reperesented as a large, fire-breathing reptile with wings and claws; archaic term for a large serpent or snake; a word used in the King James Bible to translate several Hebrew words describing Satan (such as serpent, Old Serpent, jackal, etc.).
A huge winged serpent with short legs, great fangs, and is said to have the ability to breath fire. It is claimed that even after death, one drop of the beast's blood would kill a man.
One of the five animal styles praticed at Sholin. The mythical Dragon symbolizes the spirit and teaches agility and flexablility.
a type of alien with reptilian features; very powerful and dangerous
Animal used as a motif in carpets, especially in China. The Chinese dragon (lung) has no wings but resembles a large, snake-bodied lizard with four legs and a fantastic head. Often the dragon is rendered as a mere geometrical form to which a dragon's head is the only clue. It is a symbol of good fortune and, in China, of royalty.
A reptile like creature found with or without wings. In legend it is said they breath fire, guard ancient treasures, and dwell in the mountain caves. Depending on the story this creature can be good or evil, intelligent or animal-like, but the thing all the stories agree upon was that dragons were magical.
Eastern legendary creature, resembling a large flying reptile which could breathe fire.
Dragons were a genetic experiment made by Kitty Ping to enlarge the small Dragon like creatures (We now know as firelizards) into a large ridable more intellegent animal. They were found to bond to one person by impresssion, and had all the traits of the firelizards.
a creature of Teutonic mythology; usually represented as breathing fire and having a reptilian body and sometimes wings
any of several small tropical Asian lizards capable of gliding by spreading winglike membranes on each side of the body
a big, scary, fire-breathing, make-believe beast
a composite of all animals, having wings, scales and claws
a creature that just about every ancient socity has seen and these socity's never even meet when they added this creature in their legands and belife's
a fictional creature from the Monster Rancher anime and video game franchise
a flying - fire-breathing lizard with the tail of a serpent
a kind of beast, and therefore partakes in the characteristics of beasts
a legendary beast in the folklore of many European and Asian cultures
a legendary reptilian monster similar in form to a crocodile and usually represented as having wings, huge claws, and a fiery breath
a magical beast, they are not natural
a mythical beast that breathes fire, can soar through the skies and is nearly invi
a mythical monster like a giant reptile
a mythological beast, usually described as a reptilian animal with wings and a tail
a mythological creature that looks both beautiful and fearsome
a powerful creature depicted in ancient legends and folklore
a reptilelike creature, usually winged, with magical or unusual abilities
a reptilian animal with four legs (back and front) AND a pair of wings
a reptilian creature, usually winged, with magical or unusual abilities
a special thing, unique to its creator, Some look like a serpent or a toothy alligator
a very powerful creature and I've decided not to be a victim, but to change my fate
a winged serpent, indicating the religious intellect, in this case the twisted intellect of the Hands
The heraldic dragon is a 4-legged beast with a horny head, barbed tongue, scaly back, armoured rolls on the chest and belly, 2 bat-like wings, 4 legs with talons like an eagle’s, and a pointed tail often with an arrow-like end. It is usually shown rampant, statant or passant, and rarely displayed like an eagle. A sea dragon has no wings
a huge, red, winged, fire-breathing reptile.
An ancient and greatly respected character in Chinese culture, the mythical dragon is a symbol of strength, fortitude, wit and intelligence and is also considered very powerful for luck and protection.
Imperial emblem of the Emperors from the Han period, the coat of arms being two dragons contesting the fiery pearl. Guardian of treasures, also emblem of vigilance. Both Buddhist and Daoist legends abound with stories of this powerful, benevolent creature described beautifully by Okakura, a Japanese writer: `Hidden in the caverns of inaccessible mountains, or coiled in the unfathomed depths of the sea, he awaits the time when he slowly rouses himself into activity. He unfolds himself in the storm clouds; he washes his mane in the blackness of the seething whirlpools. His claws are in the fork of the lightning, his scales begin to glisten in the bark of rain-swept pine trees. His voice is heard in the hurricanes, which, scattering the withered leaves of the forest, quickens to a new spring.` There is a theory that during the Yuan and Ming periods decoration of a five-clawed dragon was for imperial use only. Certain objects have had the fifth claw carefully removed, thereby downgrading the status of the piece, perhaps because these objects had been stolen from the palace. However, there are arguments against this theory.
A creature genetically engineered from Pernes firelizards by Ancient scientist Kitti Ping. Dragons belch flame and destroy Thread from the sky. They are telepathic and bond with their riders for life.
The dragon is the symbolic name given to representative the devil. Satan is also described as "that old serpent." (Rev 20:2)
The dragon is a mythical creature typically depicted as a large and powerful serpent or other reptile with magical or spiritual qualities. Mythological creatures possessing some or most of the characteristics typically associated with dragons are common throughout the world's cultures.
The Dragon ( ) is the only mythical creature in the Chinese zodiac. In China, dragons are associated with strength, health, harmony, and good luck; they are placed above doors or on the tops of roofs to banish demons and evil spirits. Within Chinese cultures, more babies are born in Dragon years than in any other animal years.
Dragon is a fictional character from the computer animated Dreamworks film Shrek as well as its spin-offs and sequels. Dragon resembles most classical interpretations of European fire-breathing dragons. She has dark red scales, long fin-shaped ears, white canine teeth, bony spikes along her cheeks, a row of quills along her back, green eyes with black diamond-shaped pupils, a golden chest, bat-like wings, a long flexible tail and a diamond-shaped tip at the end of her tail.