How do you say ‘dragon’ in other languages? It’s definitely a useful skill to have! What happens if you’re touring Mexico and you see a ferocious, fire breathing dragon come charging towards you and your group? Well, you would shout ‘El Draque’ of course!

Or if you were in Sweden, sampling some delicious meatballs, when you felt the hot breath of a scaly demon on your neck? Shouting ‘Drake’ will either alert everybody to the presence of a dragon, or put people on high alert for Canadian rappers.

Read on to find out how to say ‘dragon’ in over 100 different languages! Then head over to Facebook to let us know your favourite!

Dragon Zoo: Apocalypse

Price: $1.29

Dragons exist.

London as we know it doesn’t. Not anymore.

Dragon Zoo set the world alight, but when the fires eventually stopped burning, all that was left, all that remained, were survivors.

It’s been six years since the revelation that dragons exist, and five years since the opening of the first Dragon Zoo in London. Four years since dragons started appearing the world over and two years since the zoos lost control, since the world as we know it changed forever.

Humanity didn’t stand a chance. As soon as it became apparent that the dragons in Dragon Zoo weren’t the exception, that humans were at risk of no longer being the dominant species on the planet, a full war raged, a fight for our very existence, our way of life.

A fight that we lost. A fight that we could never win.

A small group of survivors are desperate for answers but need to remain one step ahead of the vicious and varied dragon species that now dominate the City if they are to succeed.

Language Dragon
African nrgwenya
Afrikaans draak
Alaskan manchu
Albanian dragua
Arabic ah-teen
Armenian թեվավոր մողես
Austrian drach`n
Azerbaijani əjdəha
Basque dragoi
Belarusian цмок
Bengali ঘুড়ি বিশেষ
Bosnian zmaj
Bulgarian drakon
Catalan drac
Cebuano dragon
Chichewa chinjoka
Chinese lung
Croatian zmaj
Czech drak
Danish trække på
Draconian khoth
Dutch draak
English dragon
English (Middle) dragun
English (Old) draca
Enochian vovin
Esperanto drako
Estonian draakon
Euskera erensuge
Faeroese eitt dreki
Filipino dragon
Finnish lohikäärme
Flambian kazyeeqen
Flemmish draeke
French dragon
Gaelic arach
Galician dragón
Georgian dragon
German drachen
Greek δράκων
Gujarati ડ્રેગન
Haitian Creole dragon
Hausa dragon
Hawaiian kelekona
Hebrew דְרָקוֹן
Hindi अजगर
Hmong zaj
Hungarian sárkány
Icelandic dreki
Igbo dragon
Indonesian naga
Iranian ejdeha
Irish dragon
Islamic th’uban
Italian drago
Japanese ryu
Kannada ಡ್ರ್ಯಾಗನ್
Kazakh айдаһар
Khmer នាគ
Korean yong
Lao ມັງກອນ
Latin draco
Latvian pūķis
Lithuanian drakonas
Luxembourgian draach
Macedonian змеј
Malagasy dragona
Malay naga
Malayalam ഡ്രാഗൺ
Maltese dragun
Maori tarakona
Marathi ड्रॅगन
Milanese dragh
Mongolian луу
Myanmar (Burmese) နဂါး
Nepali ड्रागन
Norse ormr
Norsk drake
Norwegian drage
Oppish dropagoponop
Ourainic Barb duxobum
Persian اژدها
Polish smok
Portuguese dragão
Romanian balaur
Russian drakon
Sanskrit naga
Serbian zmaj
Sesotho drakone
Sinhala මකරා
Slovak drak
Slovenia zmaj
Somali masduulaagii
Spanish el draque
Swahili joka
Swedish drake
Swedish (Ancient) flugdrake
Swiss German drachä
Tagalog drakón
Tajik аждаҳор
Tamil டிராகன்
Telugu డ్రాగన్
Thai mung-korn
Tibetan brug
Turkish ejderha
Ukrainian drakon
Uzbek ajdar
Vietnamese rồng
Welsh ddraig
Yiddish דראַקאָן
Yoruba dragoni
Yugoslav zmaj
Zulu uzekamanzi