Definition funny of Drakos:

urbanA source of strange bugs and odd mistakes, no one would expect.

urbanNo idea why it doesn't work. There's some drako in the code.

urbanAn abnormally long ball sack hair.

urbanJohn: "Did you see Drew's drako during gym class? It was pretty much touching his knee!"


Songs about Drakos:

songsBack To The Roots por Drako by Beroots Bangers from the Album Mainstream is dead

songsDr. Drako by Office from the Album Mecca

songsDrako / Back To Ourselves by Hera's Olive from the Album Hera's Olive

songsDrakos by Xylouris Ensemble from the Album Drakos

songsDrakos by Theros from the Album Ston Orizonta Kapnos

songsDrakos by Alkistis Protopsalti from the Album Ydrogeies Sfaires

songsDrakos by Stratosfera from the Album Stratosfera


Books about Drakos:

booksA Stormy Greek Marriage - The Drakos Baby 2 (Mills & Boon comics) by Lynne Graham and Kazuko Fujita (Oct 7, 2014)

booksThe Pregnancy Shock - The Drakos Baby 1 (Mills & Boon comics) by Lynne Graham and Kazuko Fujita (Sep 30, 2014)

booksDrako by Wilbur T. Scrivnor (Nov 20, 2013)

booksDrako the First and ice cream by Lilu Uni-Yanga (Sep 3, 2014)

booksThe Drakos Affair by Lynne Graham (Jan 17, 2014)

booksDrako e a Elite dos Dragões Dourados (Portuguese Edition) by Paola Giometti Lombardi, Ricardo Giometti Lombardi and Enzo Benatti (Oct 8, 2013)

booksDraKo and RawR by William Embry Ii (Jul 25, 2013)


Wiki information Drakos:

O Drakos
Crime Fiction Film, Film

O Drakos is a Greek black-and-white film, produced in 1956, directed by Nikos Koundouros. It won the award for best movie 1955–1959 in the first Thessaloniki Film Festival. It also took part in the Venice Film Festival. At the 2006 International...

Markos Drakos
Military Person, Deceased Person, Person

Markos Drakos was a Cypriot guerrilla fighter who was killed in the EOKA struggle against the British. His nom de guerre was Lykourgos. He was born in Nicosia District, on 24 September 1932 and studied accounting. He worked for the Hellenic Mining...