draco comes from the greek word dragon
The "scientific" name for dragon is draco. Most "scientific" dragon names have it. e.g. Draco orientalis magnus (oriental dragon), Draco montana (tibetan dragon), Draco marsupialis (marsupial/australian dragon)
They decided to change his name Dragon to Draco which is dragon in another language.
I think he got it from latin "Draco" in latin means snake or dragon.
Draco means dragon in Latin and the longer version is Draconis.
Draco is a constellation located in the northern sky. The name Draco means "dragon" in Latin. The constellation originated in Greek mythology.
Citrus, Lemon, Lemonade, Green apple, Draco, like Draco the dragon, elliott (how do u spell that?)
Because it looks like a dragon and Draco in Latin means "Dragon"!
I bet a snake or a dragon. Draco means ''dragon''.
The Latin (the language that the ancient Romans spoke) word for dragon is 'draco.'
Because draco is the Latin word for dragon and the constellation allegedly looks like a dragon.
It may refer to "Draco", spelled incorrectly. Among other things, "Draco" (which means "dragon") is the name of a constellation.
Draco means dragon, mal means bad, and foy or fois means time. So, it means "A dragon with bad timing". Thanks for asking!
presumably a dragon as that is what draco means in latin.