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"...
His name was Prince Vlad, but the world knows him by his nickname: Dracula. ...
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 ...
The crown prince of Wallachia, a region in Romania, named Vlad III Dracula, ...
The name "Dracula" is actually an honorary title meaning: "Son of the Dragon".
Oct 13, 2010 ... And the “dracula minnow,” like its namesake, does indeed have fangs at .... I
mean the style of writing makes me enjoy what I read (and learn), ...
Jan 26, 2013 ... (Although now it means something closer to “Son of the Devil”). Either way, it was
a pretty frightening name at the time, especially since the guy ...
The name "Dracula" is synonymous with vampires for most people. ... of the Order
of the Dracul, so his son took the name "Dracula" meaning "son of the Dracul.
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.
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
Define Dracula: one who maintains a relationship like that of a vampire toward ...
What else do you get in the Unabridged Dictionary? ... Name That Thing.
a death metal band, who like to name their songs after goosebumbs books. ...
Calling a vampire a "dracula" is one of the most insulting things you can do .... by
Wilkinson which stated that "Dracula in the Wallachian language means devil".