Chinese dragon love


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  • noun A legendary creature, usually depicted as long and snake-like, with many claws, common in several East Asian cultures.
  • noun Eastern A large snake-like monster with the eyes of a hare, the horns of a stag, and the claws of a tiger; known for its benevolent behavior in ancient Oriental mythology. Also, the nickname for China in Command and Conquer Generals and Generals Zero Hour.


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