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Dracula - Wikipedia

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Dracula is an 1897 Gothic horror novel by Irish author Bram Stoker, famous for introducing the ..... In the Romanian language, the word dracul (Romanian drac " dragon" + -ul "the"...

Dracula: The Terrifying Truth - Infoplease

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Vlad, or Dracula, was born in 1431 in Transylvania into a noble family. His father was called "Dracul," meaning "dragon" or "devil" in Romanian because he ...

Was Dracula a real person? - Ask History

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Jun 17, 2015 ... Born in Transylvania as the second son of the nobleman Vlad II Dracul, he took the name Dracula, meaning “son of Dracul,” when he was ...

Dracula | Define Dracula at Dictionary.com

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It was a surname of Prince Vlad II of Wallachia (d.1476), and means in Romanian "son of Dracul," literally "the dragon," from the name and emblem taken by ...

The Legend of Dracula - Nox Arcana

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When his son Vlad III was born, he became known as Dracula, meaning "Son of ... of execution earned him the name Vlad Tepes, meaning Vlad "the Impaler.

Behind the Name: User Comments for the name Vlad

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His father's last name, Dracul, means "the devil", not "the dragon". ... The name " Dracula" is actually an honorary title meaning: "Son of the Dragon". Vlad II ...

The Real Dracula: Vlad the Impaler - Live Science

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Oct 24, 2014 ... The fictional Dracula was loosely based on a real person with an equally disturbing taste for blood: ... Few names have cast more terror into the human heart than Dracula. .... #1 Trick To Reverse Tinnitus (Do This Tonight).

Dracula - Stanford University

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His name was Vlad "Dracula", that is the son of (also Vlad) "Dracul" - word meaning both "the devil" and "the dragon" in Romanian and used here with the latter ...

Count Dracula's Legend and the history of Vlad the Impaler - Romania

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Dracula is literally translated in Gaelic as Drac Ullah meaning bad blood. .... of the 13th century by the first Walachian rulers, the castle changed names and ...