The Japanese word for Dragon is "Ryuu"
The word æ‚ªé­” (akuma) is the Japanese equivalent of 'devil'.
悪魔 /a ku ma/ is the Japanese word for Devil, Satan, demon.
Ryu = Dragon
Dragon is "ryuu" (ryoo) or "tatsu" (totsoo) in Japanese.
Dragon comes from Dracule, or devil. This creates the referance to serpents.
The Japanese word for dragon is 'ryuu.' It can be pronounced roughly as "ryoo," and is written:　龍
白い竜 (shiroi ryuu) would mean "White Dragon" in Japanese.
Taiyō no ryū
Nishi no ryuu
The dragon son
"Purple" is murasaki　紫 and "dragon" is ryuu　竜.
The phrase 'dragon flower' would literally be ç«œã®èŠ± (ryuu no hana) in Japanese.
well dragon is "竜" "Ryuu" or "ドラゴン" "Doragon"
The Japanese word for 'devil' is "Akuma" 悪魔 Sometimes only the second Kanji symbol is used in a simplistic form, even though by itself it does not actually mean the same thing. Anyway why do you wanna know? Are you a Devil Worshiper?
ryo is dragon in Japanese though
Akuma. it means devil or demon.
Ryuu means "dragon in Japanese. Pronounced (rye-oo). 竜: Ryu. You can say "doragon" when referring to dragons as conceived of in Western thought. In Japanese language, dragon is called "ryu". It is written as 竜.
竜 - Ryuu or, 龍 - Tatsu
Orenji-shoku no ryū
You may write:　水の龍
骨龍 Hone ryū