Drac

In southern French mythology, a drac is a sort of fairy in human form. Dracs live in the caverns of rivers and sometimes float along the river appearing as a golden cup, so as to entice bathers to try and catch them, and then drag the bather under the water.
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Drac

[river] The Drac is a 130 km long river in southeastern France, left tributary of the Isère. It is formed by the confluence of the Drac Noir and the Drac Blanc, that both rise in the southern part of the Massif des Écrins. It flows through several reservoirs, including the Lac de Monteynard-Avignonet. It flows into the Isère near Grenobl...
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Drac

Drac, from the Latin draco, is the word for dragon or devil in several languages, such as Catalan and Romanian. Drac or DRAC may also refer to: ...
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