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water dragon; Skt. patrana - sea monster, water monster, crocodile [RY]

crocodile, water dragons, sea-monster, capricorn (1 of khyim bcu gnyis), makara, makara, mythological marine monster [JV]

(mkor) 1) water dragon in the gt. ocean [syn: kun 'joms dang, rgya mtso'i kham zas can, chu'i srin po, nya mid che, na kra, 'dzin khri, ral gri'i so can]; 2) crocodile) [IW]

(mkor 1) water dragon in the gt. ocean; 2) crocodile [IW]

(med) Gharial, Gavialis gangeticus (Drungtso (1999). chu srin sder mo / spyin, Crocodile claw and glue (Phrin Las 1987).
The Indian gharial is one of the largest crocodilians in the world. It historically inhabits four river systems: the Indus (Pakistan), the Ganges (India and Nepal), the Mahanadi (India) and the Brahmaputra (Bangladesh, India, and Bhutan). It has become extinct in many areas where it formerly occurred. Male Indian gharials are sometimes sought after for their ghara, the growth on the end of their snout, because it is believed by some to carry aphrodisiac properties (
(med) Chinese Pangolin, Manis pentadactyla L. (Yeshi 2017). Synonym : na gi. Johannes Schmidt (talk) 22:05, 27 November 2021 (UTC)