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See also: drac, drać, dràc, drâc, drač, drač̣, and drac'


Proper noun[edit]


  1. An abbreviated nickname for the fictional vampire Dracula.
    • 2000, Joe Kane, The Phantom of the Movies' Videoscope[1], →ISBN, page 29:
      [] Roger Corman's 1993 attempted Bram Stoker's Dracula rip-off, Dracula Rising (New Horizons), which is to Coppola's vampire epic what Drac's reflection is to the count himself.
    • 2004, Steve Rushin, The Caddie Was a Reindeer and Other Tales of Extreme Recreation, →ISBN:
      Still, the Count graciously agrees to [] do a brief roll call of his manifold Dracula tattoos. "That's a Drac, that's a Drac, that's a Drac, that's a demon, and that's for me," he says of the tattoo on his right arm that reads donna. The full-length Dracula on his back, alas, is but one third complete.
    • 2017 October 29, Eric Feber, “Continue the scares past Halloween with TCC's production of "Dracula"”, in The Virginian-Pilot[2]:
      It was Irish actor, playwright and director Deane (1880-1958) who, upon adapting Stoker’s novel for the stage, envisioned ol’ Drac as a tuxedo-and-cape-wearing high-society maven that was, later, perfected by Hungarian actor Bela Lugosi.