noun sang·drag·on \ˈsaŋˌdragən\
variants: less commonly



Definition of sangdragon

  1. :  amboyna

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Origin and Etymology of sangdragon

obsolete English, dragon's blood, from Middle English sandragoun, modification of Middle French sang-dragon, contraction of sang-de-dragon, literally, blood of dragon, from sang blood + de of (from Latin, from, away) + dragon, from Old French — more at de-, dragon

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to cast off or become cast off

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