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Ala, neman, čucovište, zmaj, ponekad višeglava i krilata, ogromnih razmera, koja proždire ljude i životinje (tur.).

basilisk
/ bæzəlɪsk /

imenicaživotinja

Množina reči basilisk je basilisks.

ETYM Latin basiliscus, Greek basiliskos little king, kind of serpent, dim. of basileys king; -- so named from some prominences on the head resembling a crown.
Central and South American lizard, genus Basiliscus. It is able to run on its hind legs when traveling fast (about 11 kph/7 mph) and may dash a short distance across the surface of water. The male has a well-developed crest on the head, body, and tail.
Small crested arboreal lizard able to run on its hind legs; of tropical America.
Mythical fire-breathing reptile or one whose stare turned persons to stone; cockatrice; tree-lizard of Central America; ancient brass cannon.

dragon
/ dræɡən /

imenicamitologija

Množina reči dragon je dragons.

Sinonimi:
firedrake

A creature of various mythologies; usually represented as breathing fire and having a reptilian body and sometimes wings; SYN. firedrake.
Mythical reptilian beast, often portrayed with wings and breathing fire. An occasional feature of classical legend (Andromeda), dragons later held a central place as opponents of gods and heroes in Vedic, Teutonic (Siegfried), Anglo-Saxon, and Christian (St George) mythologies, possibly accounting for their heraldic role on medieval banners and weaponry.
In Christian art the dragon is linked with the devil; in traditional Chinese belief it is a symbol of divinity and royalty, associated with storms and rain.

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