Definitions for "Naga"
Dragon, water serpent.
Serpent king, mythic multi-headed serpent (5, 7 or 9 heads); in Cambodia, this serpent has long been associated with water and its benefits; it is symbolically the guardian of prosperity, and treasures; symbol of water, it is a decorative motif in many Khmer temples, where it decorates the entrance balustrades, bridges, moats and reservoirs; nagas of the 12th century are one of the most beautiful realisations of Khmer art.
The Naga looks like a snake but has the head of a human. They are used as temple guardians in some fantasy stories and roleplaying games. Nagas originate from India.
The North American Grappling Association; they are responsible for hosting numerous grappling and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu tournaments through out the United States and neighboring countries.