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Draco is the Latin word for dragon.

Draco may also refer to:


  • Draco (lawgiver) (from Greek: Δράκων), the first lawgiver of ancient Athens, Greece, from whom the term draconian is derived
  • Draco (physician) (from Greek: Δράκων), the name of several physicians in the family of Hippocrates
  • Draco Rosa, a Puerto Rican songwriter and former member of Puerto Rican boy band Menudo


Brand or business[edit]

  • Draco, a guitar built by B.C. Rich guitars; it has a cutaway V body with Rockfield or Duncan pickups
  • Draco, a Romanian-made shortened pistol version of the AKM assault rifle
  • Draco Boats, Manufactured in Flekkefjord, Norway in the 1970s and 1980s


  • Dacian Draco, a Dacian military standard composed of a wolf head and snake tail
  • Draco (military standard), a Roman cavalry military standard in the shape of a dragon, adopted after the Dacian Wars

Arts, entertainment, and media[edit]


Literature, film, and television[edit]

  • Draco, the name of the last dragon in the film Dragonheart.
  • Draco, a warlord character in the television series Xena: Warrior Princess
  • Antares Draco, an Imperial Knight from Star Wars: Legacy
  • Jaq Draco, an Inquisitor who is the protagonist of Ian Watson's Inquisition War Trilogy
  • Marc Ange Draco, head of European crime syndicate and James Bond's father-in-law in Ian Fleming's novels
  • Draco Malfoy, a character in the Harry Potter series of books and movies

Science and technology[edit]


Other uses[edit]

  • Draco, a reptilian alien race that has been purported to exist by certain UFO conspiracy theorists

See also[edit]