Dragon Inspired Dog Names In Pop Culture
Concerning his role in Chinese Mythology, Panhu has quite an interesting story; centuries ago in Ancient China, a King by the name of Gao Xin became crestfallen when he learned that his wife was suffering from a seemingly incurable earache. For three years, Gao Xin tried and failed to find a remedy for his wife's ailment until he was able to enlist the aid of a very old, and very wise, wizard. After contemplating the scenario for some time, the wizard used his magic to reach into the Queen's ear and pull out a golden egg like cocoon.
Mystified by the strange object, the Queen decided to place the egg inside of a clay jar and cover it with a plate. After enough time had passed, the egg like cocoon began to tremble and shake until finally, it burst open! A strange creature pawed its way out of the cocoon and immediately tried to free itself from the clay jar. When the Queen worked up enough courage to remove the plate from the top of the jar, she was delighted to find an adorable puppy with serpentine features inside! The Queen named the puppy Pan (after the plate placed above the jar) Hu (after the clay jar he was born in) and the dog soon became a darling to everyone in the kingdom.
Dragon Inspired Dog Name Considerations
The history behind most dragon inspired names is also why you should consider giving your pet a Draconic name; often times, the names of various dragons are pulled directly from whichever part of the world that Dragon hails from, real or fictional. Drogon from the enormously popular Game of Thrones series has a name that was taken directly from Khal Drogo, the former lover of Daenerys Targaryen. As such, Drogon' s name is of Dothraki origin, just like his namesake.
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