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Origin of the name DRAGO.
Etymology of the name DRAGO.
Meaning of the baby name DRAGO.


DRAGO (Драго).  Slavic name derived from the vocabulary word drago, meaning "precious."  Usage: Croatia, Serbia, Slovenia.
    Drago Jančar, a Slovenian essayist, playwright, and writer.  Drago Gabrić, a Croatian footballer.  Drago Ðurić, Ph.D., a Serbian philosopher and professor. (Wiki)

DRAGO.  Anglo-Norman.  A form of Latin Draco (q.v.), meaning "dragon." 

... Drago de Montacute, who came over to England with William the Conqueror, in 1066, was the common ancestor of the Dukes of Montagu and Manchester, and the Earls of Sandwich and Halifax,... (Royal Naval Biography, Marshall, v.1, 1823)

DRAKE.  Not from the waterfowl, but from A.-Sax. draca (Latin draco,) a dragon.  Le Dragun, the Anglo-Norman form, occurs in the H.R., but the nearest approach to this that I have seen in modern times is Drago, a name which existed at Ely about a century since.  Several families of Drake bear as arms the wyvern, or two-legged dragon;... (Patronymica Britannica, Lower, 1860)


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