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Also Slovenian.
-- earthnut  7/18/2007
The "drag" prefix will get her no end of transvestite ribbings and "Dragana's a drag" is inevitable too! Too close to "Dragon Lady" for my tastes. Why saddle a girl with such a tough name? Very manly and harsh to my ear. I imagine some brigade of the Gestapo or something -- like the Marauding Draganas.
-- leananshae  12/10/2007
Definitely not the case. I live in Australia and I have never experienced any name calling or any connections with drag queens. "Drag" is not even closely pronounced as the English "drag" which indeed sounds terrible. The name is pronounced Dra-gha-na > "d" as in "doll" and a strong "r" unlike the half-r English people say.

It is not our fault English people are terrible at pronouncing non-English names. Just ask the person with such a name how it is pronounced as any well-mannered person would do and that's that.
-- Anonymous User  11/28/2009
Also Czech.
-- lcgirl20  5/6/2009

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