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Drago means "dragon" in Italian.
Pan di Stelle 95  9/30/2019
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Common in Bulgaria. Sounds badass and masculine. Used widely in the Southern Slavic countries, meaning dear.
Rademar  2/23/2019
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It's meant to be drah-go but in a English country everyone will say dray-go.
Drago tracey  12/6/2016
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"Drago" is also the Italian form of Latin "Draco," meaning "Dragon."
Francesca  4/11/2011
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Draško is a diminutive of this name, as well as any other name beginning with the element dorgu "precious". [noted -ed]
goricar  8/9/2010
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Pronounced DRAH-goh (Serbian) and DRAY-go (English).
the toaster  7/22/2009
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This name is not used only in Serbia, it's also used in Croatia and Slovenia.
enchy  8/5/2009
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Drago from McLintock! pronounces it dray-go.
welovejamesarness  8/28/2008
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This name cannot be pronounced dray-go. Original pronunciation is drah-go, and I think that this name and all it's variants (Dragan, Dražen, Draženko, Dragana, Draženka) are beautiful and they have beautiful meaning.
enchy  7/10/2009
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The name is not pronounced DRAY-GO.
mssdm  4/28/2008
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Pronounced dray-go, but the "drag" prefix will get him no end of transvestite ribbings and "Drago's a drag" is inevitable too! What if an alternative spelling could be found? It's a nice enough sounding name if given a second look. What about Drego or Draego?
leananshae  12/10/2007
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A famous bearer is Croatian handballer Drago Vukovič.
Ronja  1/31/2007
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This is the Italian word for "dragon".
wiswina  5/28/2005
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This name is often used to translate the name Karl, Carl. It's also related with the south Slavic name Predrag.
nlabus  12/22/2004

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