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Dragón

Léxico de los cuentos I

Spanish Vocabulary Builder 9/29/2001
Word: Dragón
(dra-GON), sustantivo masculino
English: dragon
Etymology: Del latín dracone
Meaning: Animal fantástico que tiene cuerpo de serpiente, alas de águila y garras de león, y que echa fuego por la boca.
Topic:Léxico de los cuentos I
Example:

"En la última lámina, un dragón cabalgado por una hermosa mujer. Demasiado hermosa, apreció, para la moral eclesiástica de la época".

Arturo Pérez Reverte; El Club Dumas

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