Definitions for draconiandreɪˈkoʊ ni ən, drə-; -ˈkɒn ɪk
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of or relating to Draco or his harsh code of laws
Pertaining to Draco, a famous lawgiver of Athens, 621 b. c. Used especially in the phrase Draconian punishment.
Of or resembling a dragon
Origin: From the Athenian lawmaker Draco, known for making harsh laws.
pertaining to Draco, a famous lawgiver of Athens, 621 b. c
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Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
dra-kō′nyan, adj. severe, as was the legislation, of Draco, the Athenian archon (621 B.C.).—Also Dracon′ic.
The numerical value of draconian in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of draconian in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Bringing in something draconian like this is not a very good public health strategy.
That drastic, draconian move in bonds and violent updraft in oil are settling a little bit and that's helping us focus on stocks.
I will never forget this moment, without this draconian law you can connect with us, you can govern us with fatherly affection, without discrimination.
ATF has, and deservedly so, has taken it on the chin for operations like Fast and Furious, and it could be they have approval processes that are overly draconian.
In circumstances like this, a lot of people lose their heads, and call for the most draconian actions, terrorism is all about over-reaction, provoking an over-reaction.
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Translations for draconian
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- draconiàCatalan, Valencian
- [[erittäin]] [[ankara]], drakoninenFinnish
- драконски, змејскиMacedonian
- драконовский, драконийRussian
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