The meaning of the dragon in American culture is power and danger. The dragon breathes fire and is vanquished by the hero.
The word dragon comes from the Greek word δέρκομαιmeaning "I see clearly".
Dracen which means Dragon Kaida which means Little Dragon And Ryuu which means Dragon.
it is a shield
Well since Ryuu translates directly to dragon, here are a few last names that would emphasize this name. Haruki Pronunciation - Hah-ROO-Kee Meaning - "Shining brightly" Therefore - "Brightly shining dragon" Hide Pronunciation - HEE-day Meaning - "Excellent" Therefore - "Dragon of Excellence" or "Excellent Dragon" Hoshi Pronunciation - Hoe-SHE Meaning - "Star" Therefore - "Star Dragon" Kagami Pronunciation - Kah-GAH-me Meaning - "Mirror" Therefore - "Mirror Dragon" Kana Pronunciation - KAH-nah Meaning - "Powerful" Therefore - "Powerful Dragon" Keitaro Pronunciation - KAY-tar-OH Meaning - "Blessing" Therefore - "Dragon's Blessing" Kin Pronunciation - KIN Meaning - "Golden" Therefore - "Golden Dragon" Toshi Pronunciation - TOE-she Meaning - "Mirror Image" Therefore - "Reflection of the Dragon"
There is no specific meaning for a dragon wrap ed around a scull. There are some meaning for them individually such as for a scull power over death, feelings of death or morning .The dragon can symbolize power strength ,or even luck. The meaning of a tattoo is generally determined by the wearer them self.
drake means dragon and duck
It means good health and protection.
Ryuu - meaning Dragon spirit Chazor - bringer of ashes Shadow- self explanatory
The extreme danger of unregulated power and knowledge.
dragon like bruce lee
竜 - Ryuu or, 龍 - Tatsu
Ketan is a boy name it means the tail of a dragon
Orenji-shoku no ryū
From a Greek word Khamaileon derived from Khamai (meaning on the ground or dwarf)) and Leon (meaning dragon)
The dragon on the proscenium edge is the time dragon clock. It originated from the book and was the main point of it as well. The play never tells the story about it but is referred to several times.
骨龍 Hone ryū
The jade dragon is used to remind people of the balance and the beauty of being human. They can also be used as a reminder to be modest and courageous.
I think it mean protection
Draco comes from a Latin word meaning dragon.
There is a Latin word 'Draco' and a Greek word 'Drakon' both meaning a serpent. Both words were adopted into Old French as 'dragon' and this word passed into English, In a Biblical sense 'dragon' was used to describe a large snake or crocodile. Satan was also known as The Dragon. Another meaning that has evolved is 'the one with the deadly glance' probably linked to the 'snake' explanation.