Drac

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The word drac, from the Latin draco, means "dragon" or "devil" in several languages, such as Catalan and Romanian.

Drac, Dracs or DRAC may also refer to:

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DRAC[edit]

  • DRAC (Dynamic Relay Authorization Control), a daemon that dynamically updates a relay authorization map for sendmail
  • Dell DRAC (Dell Remote Access Controller), a remote-access card available in many models of Dell servers
  • Dongfeng Renault Automobile Company, a Chinese joint venture between car manufacturers Dongfeng and Renault
  • Direction régionale des affaires culturelles, a heritage service in one of each of the regions of France
  • Badalona Dracs, an American-football team based in Badalona, Catalonia, Spain

Other uses[edit]

  • Drac, abbreviation for the orchid genus Dracula
  • Drac, nickname of the trans-Neptunian object 2008 KV42
  • Dracs, an alien species in Barry B. Longyear's The Enemy Papers novel trilogy
  • Drac, one of the title characters of Dracula Twins, a video game
  • Le Drac, a dragon-like beast that, according to French folklore, terrorised the town of Beaucaire, France
  • Marc Hicks ("Drac"), co-founder and guitarist of the now-defunct band Slave