Draco

noun Dra·co \ ˈdrā-(ˌ)kō \

Definition of Draco

: a northern circumpolar constellation within which is the north pole of the ecliptic

Origin and Etymology of draco

Latin (genitive Draconis), literally, dragon — more at dragon


Draco

biographical name Dra·co \ ˈdrā-(ˌ)kō \

Definition of Draco

late 7th century b.c. Athenian lawgiver

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