- Drach, Drack (for the appellative noun)
- Trache, Trach, Track (for the appellative noun; Early New High German)
From Middle High German trache, from Old High German trahho, from Proto-Germanic *drakô, from Latin draco. The modern consonantism is influenced by the original Latin form, possibly reinforced by Central and Low German forms with inherited d-; compare Middle Low German drāke.
Drache m (genitive Drachen)
- Drache in Duden online
- plural of