dragon

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İngilizce - Türkçe
ejderha

Ejderhalar ateşte doğarlar. - The dragons are born in the fire.

Ejderhalar hayali hayvanlardır. - Dragons are imaginary animals.

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ejder

Cesur şövalye, güzel prensesi kötü ejderhadan kurtardı. - The brave knight saved the beautiful princess from the evil dragon.

Ejderhalar ateşte doğarlar. - The dragons are born in the fire.

şirret kadın
{i} hiddetli kimse
{i} gözleri çakmak çakmak olmuş kimse
{i} sinirinden kuduran kimse
{i} dragon
(Askeri) TANKSAVAR SİLAHI: Tanklara ve müstahkem veya yerleştirilmiş ağır silahlara karşı takım seviyesinde kullanılan gövde (füze ve lançer) ve takip cihazından oluşan taşınabilir orta menzilli tanksavar silahı
evren
dragon beam
çıkma kiriş
dragon bane
ejder zehri
dragon beam
çıkma kırış
dragon fruit
Ejderha meyvesi, kaktüs meyvesi, pitaya
dragon head
ejderha kafası
dragon slayer
ejderha avcısı
dragon's blood
(isim) kırmızı sakız
dragon's blood
{i} kırmızı sakız
dragon's teeth
tanksavar engelleri
dragon's teeth
anlaşmazlık tohumu
dragons
ejderha
fire dragon
ateş püskürten ejder
frilled dragon
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) yakalı kertenkeleler
sow dragon's teeth
anlaşmazlık tohumu ekmek
the old dragon
şeytan
the old dragon
zebani
İngilizce - İngilizce
The nickname for the Chinese empire and People's Republic of China

Napoleon already warned for the awakening of the Dragon.

Certain animal species which resemble a dragon in appearance:

The Komodo dragon.

An unpleasant woman; a harridan

She’s a bit of a dragon.

Something very formidable or dangerous
The constellation Draco

My father compounded with my mother vnder the Dragons taile, and my nativity was vnder Vrsa Maior.

A legendary, serpentine or reptilian creature

These tapestries were magnificently figured with golden dragons; and as the serpentine bodies gleamed and shimmered in the increasing radiance, each dragon, I thought, intertwined its glittering coils more closely with those of another.

{n} a serpent, devil, constellation, plant
Called also flying lizard
n A serpent or reptile of mythology, stories of dragons pervade many cultures Most tales portray dragons as huge, scale-bearing creatures with a crested head, enormous claws and a pointed tail Dragons are said to possess the ability to fly, and they have the unique ability to breath fire in combat Interesting link; Postcard from Azeroth (Beta Diary) on the subject of dragons (lots of images!)
A Civilized race inhabiting the island southeast of the Minor Continent Dragons all use specific elemental magic
a type of alien with reptilian features; very powerful and dangerous
The dragon is of ancient date and played a prominent part in early romance, though little used in English heraldry He is usually depicted with four legs and wings, a long barbed tail, usually knotted, and a body protected by scales When the dragon is drawn without wings he is called a lindworm; without feet, a serpent; when he hangs by the head, it represents a conquered dragon
A small arboreal lizard of the genus Draco, of several species, found in the East Indies and Southern Asia
The Dragon was created when working on an interpretation of the Story of St George He is an intellectual and a humanist He only wants to eat Cleodalinda because that is what dragons do When confronted by St George he tries to rationalize with him and convince the knight that the woman he is rescuing is more trouble than she is worth This doesn't work and the dragon is killed As the story takes place in a world outside of the main continuum, it is usually shown only in books or on the labels of bottles
In stories and legends, a dragon is an animal like a big lizard. It has wings and claws, and breathes out fire. Legendary monster usually depicted as a huge, bat-winged, fire-breathing lizard or snake with a barbed tail. The dragon symbolized evil in the ancient Middle East, and the Egyptian god Apepi was the great serpent of the world of darkness. The Greeks and Romans sometimes represented dragons as evil creatures and sometimes as beneficent powers acquainted with the secrets of the earth. In Christianity the dragon symbolized sin and paganism, and saints such as St. George were shown triumphing over it. Used as warlike emblems in many cultures, dragons were carved on the prows of Norse ships and depicted on royal ensigns in medieval England. In the Far East the dragon was a beneficent creature, wingless but regarded as a power of the air. In China it symbolized yang in the yin-yang of cosmology, and it served as the emblem of the royal family
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 serpentine legendary creature
any of several small tropical Asian lizards capable of gliding by spreading winglike membranes on each side of the body a creature of Teutonic mythology; usually represented as breathing fire and having a reptilian body and sometimes wings a fiercely vigilant and unpleasant woman
a fiercely vigilant and unpleasant woman
a faint constellation twisting around the north celestial pole and lying between Ursa Major and Cepheus
1 fear 2 materialism 3 represed emotion 4 the power of the unconscious 5 Kundalini power 6 slaying dragon; dispelling of negative power fears, thinking and allows awakening to higher levels of awareness
These prolongations aid them in making long leaps from tree to tree
A large reptile, especially a Komodo dragon
{i} legendary huge lizard-like monster; bad-tempered woman; violent person
Eagle Elk Tooth
any of several small tropical Asian lizards capable of gliding by spreading winglike membranes on each side of the body
old SCA euphemism for a car
a small aimal with wings and four legs, compare with birds only two legs
ancient creatures of strength, wisdom and power
a creature of Teutonic mythology; usually represented as breathing fire and having a reptilian body and sometimes wings
a fictional, lizard-like, fire breathing creature
A short musket hooked to a swivel attached to a soldier's belt; so called from a representation of a dragon's head at the muzzle
Heb tannim, plural of tan The name of some unknown creature inhabiting desert places and ruins
a woman
A variety of carrier pigeon
Five or six of the hind ribs, on each side, are prolonged and covered with weblike skin, forming a sort of wing
Any non-humanoid, sentient reptilian species Dragons vary widely in size, shape, and culture Some dragons have wings, horns, and complex magical structures Most dragons have scales, claws, and an ancient heritage
A constellation of the northern hemisphere figured as a dragon; Draco
A huge, winged lizard capable of exhaling a stream of fire Only a few dozen of these ancient creatures exist, but they have long life spans and are very difficult to kill
A fierce, violent person, esp
A fabulous winged creature, sometimes borne as a charge in a coat of arms
lung
Aman
Dragon Li
A large, short hair Chinese domestic cat breed originating from China
dragon beam
A type of jetty that runs diagonally from one corner to another and supports the corner posts above, while being supported by corner posts below
dragon beams
plural form of dragon beam
dragon boat
A type of boat raced in Chinese festivals featuring a dragon motif and twenty paddling, one drumming, and one steering known as the sweep
dragon boat festival
A traditional Chinese feast, on the fifth of May in lunar calendar
dragon boats
plural form of dragon boat
dragon fruit
The fruit of certain cacti of the genus hylocereus, cultivated in Southeast Asia and Central and South America; having cerise-pink or yellow coloured skin and a white or pink sweet fleshy interior with black seeds
dragon fruits
plural form of dragon fruit
dragon sail
A sail that is believed to have been used by the Vikings on their ships. It was formed like a wing and square-rigged, and was up to 24x4 meters in size. The sail was swung from one side to the other to keep to aid in steering
dragon tree
any of several trees, of the genus Dracaena, having a thick trunk, sword-shaped leaves and orange fruit, especially Dracaena draco from the Canary Islands - the source of dragon's blood
dragon trees
plural form of dragon tree
dragon's blood
A bright red resin that is obtained from different species of a number of distinct plant genera: Croton, Dracaena, Daemonorops, Calamus rotang and Pterocarpus and is used in the manufacture of varnishes, lacquers, medicines, and incenses
Dragon Arum
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Dracunculus vulgaris is a species of aroid in the genus Dracunculus and is known variously as the Dragon Arum, the Black Arum, the Voodoo Lily, the Snake Lily, the Stink Lily, the Black Dragon, the Black Lily, Dragonwort, and Ragons. In Greece, part of its native range, the plant is called Drakondia, the long spadex being viewed as a small dragon hiding in the spathe
dragon fruit
The pitaya (also known as pitahaya, dragon fruit, huǒ lóng guǒ (火龍果/火龙果), strawberry pear, nanettikafruit, or thanh long) is the fruit of several cactus species, especially of the genus Hylocereus, but also see Stenocereus. Native to Mexico and Central and South America, these vine-like epiphytic cacti are also cultivated in Southeast Asian countries such as Vietnam, the Philippines, and Malaysia. They are also found in Taiwan, Okinawa, Israel, and southern China. The pitaya blooms only at night; they are large white fragrant flowers, typical of cactus, that are often called Moonflower or Queen of the Night
dragon lady
A Dragon Lady is a misogynistic stereotype of East Asian women as mean, deceitful, domineering, or mysterious
dragon lady
a Dragon Lady (etymology), a usually pejorative term for either a seductive and treacherous woman (especially a dangerous Asian woman), or a domineering or tyrannical one
dragon arum
European arum resembling the cuckoopint
dragon fly
{i} insect with long slender wings and a sticklike body
dragon tree
A tree (Dracaena draco) of the Canary Islands, having a thick trunk, clusters of sword-shaped leaves, and orange fruit
dragon tree
tall tree of the Canary Islands; source of dragon's blood
dragon's blood
a dark red resinous substance derived from various trees and used in photoengraving
dragon's blood
{i} red resin produced by the dragon tree and is used to color varnishes and lacquers
dragon's teeth
rows of cone-shaped cement obstacles (against tanks); source of an argument, basis of a quarrel
dragon-like
resembling or like a dragon (mythical large lizard-like creature)
Bel and the Dragon
A deuterocanonical, apocryphal book of the Bible
Chinese dragon
A large snake-like lizard with the eyes of a hare, the horns of a stag, and the claws of a tiger; known for its benevolent behavior in ancient Oriental mythology. Also, the nickname for China in Command and Conquer Generals and Generals Zero Hour
Chinese dragon
a mythical or symbolic creature, usually depicted as long and snakelike, with many claws, common in several East Asian cultures
Komodo dragon
An endangered species of monitor lizard native to certain Indonesian islands east of Java. It is the world's largest lizard, growing to 10 feet or 3 meters. It is known for its ability to kill prey with its septic saliva; the resulting septicemia can kill so quickly that it was once suspected the lizard was venomous
bearded dragon
A medium-size gray lizard, Pogona minor, from central Australia
feed the dragon
To outsource (jobs) to the People's Republic of China
feed the dragon
To buy or sell products labeled as "Made in China."
fudge dragon
a piece of faeces

Let me assure you, there is nothing funny... about going up to a nice, clean, unsuspectin' urinal, 'kay, droppin' your pants then... turnin' around... squattin' over that urinal, 'kay, maybe... maybe pullin' your buttcheeks apart with your hands, m'kay, and then layin' out a big fudge dragon for all the world to see.

puff the magic dragon
To smoke marijuana

Sure, he puffed the magic dragon — who didn't? — but no cocaine, no heroin.

Black Dragon
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Dracunculus vulgaris is a species of aroid in the genus Dracunculus and is known variously as the Dragon Arum, the Black Arum, the Voodoo Lily, the Snake Lily, the Stink Lily, the Black Dragon, the Black Lily, Dragonwort, and Ragons. In Greece, part of its native range, the plant is called Drakondia, the long spadex being viewed as a small dragon hiding in the spathe
komodo dragon
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) A very large monitor lizard native to Komodo and neighbouring Indonesian islands. [Varanus komodoensis.]
A dragon
reptavian
A dragon
drake
Komodo dragon
Largest living lizard (Varanus komodoensis), a member of the monitor lizard family Varanidae. They live on Komodo Island and a few neighbouring islands in Indonesia. Driven almost to extinction, they are now protected. Komodos grow to 10 ft (3 m) long, weigh up to 300 lb (135 kg), and may live up to 100 years. They dig a burrow as deep as 30 ft (9 m). Carrion is their main diet, but adults may eat smaller Komodos. They can run swiftly and occasionally attack and kill humans
bel and the dragon
an Apocryphal book consisting of text added to the Book of Daniel
dragons
n A western misnomer for the three tiles more correctly classed as Colors These tiles bear a red chung, a green fat, and the third varies It is referred to as white, though it can be blank or have a rectangular pattern, and is sometimes known by the character of bo
dragons
Reptilian magickal creatures often capable of flight and able to breath fire See Dragons
dragons
Legendary magical flying reptiles They're intelligent, cunning and they have a taste for treasure and human flesh They get stronger and meaner as they age; ancient dragons are fearsome indeed!
dragons
Plural of dragon
dragons
1) mythical fire-breathing and flying monsters, virtually indestructable, that occupy dozens of stories and legends 2) giant lizards capable of burrowing through solid rock that generally live in wild, isolated areas far from human settlement
grand dragon
a high ranking person in the Ku Klux Klan
green dragon
A tuberous plant (Arisaema dracontium) of eastern North America, having divided leaves and minute flowers at the base of a long slender spadix projecting from a narrow green spathe. Also called dragonroot
green dragon
early spring-flowering plant of eastern North America resembling the related jack-in-the-pulpit but having digitate leaves, slender greenish yellow spathe and elongated spadix
komodo dragon
the largest lizard in the world (10 feet); found on Indonesian islands
rouge dragon
One of the four pursuivants of the English college of arms
sea dragon
A dragonet, or sculpin
sea dragon
The pegasus
sow dragon's teeth
incite an argument, start a dispute
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