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Middle English[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]


dragun (plural draguns)

  1. A dragon.
    • 1382Wyclif's Bible, Daniel 14:26
      Therfor Daniel took pitch, and talow, and heeris, and sethide togidere; and he made gobetis, and yaf in to the mouth of the dragun; and the dragun was al to-brokun.

Old French[edit]


dragun m ‎(oblique plural draguns, nominative singular draguns, nominative plural dragun)

  1. (Anglo-Norman) Alternative form of dragon
    • circa 1110, Benedeit, Le Voyage de saint Brandan:
      Vint uns draguns flammanz mult cler
      Then a dragon appeared, breathing bright fire