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Origin of the name DRAGAN.
Etymology of the name DRAGAN.
Meaning of the baby name DRAGAN.


DRAGAN (Драган).  From Slavic drago, meaning "beloved, dear, precious."  Usage: Bosnia, Croatia, Serbia, Slovenia, Yugoslavia. 
    Dragan Marušič, a Slovene mathematician.  Dragan Čović, a Croatian politician.  Dragan Bjelogrlić, a Serbian actor.  Dragan "Maca" Marinković, a Bosnian actor. (Wiki)

... "There was one man in the crowd; thank God for that!" said Parsons.  "That shepherd chap who stood up before the vali and called upon his fellows, in the name of the saints, to be men too."
    "Ah, yes," rejoined Schilka.  "That was Dragan Illitch, the Servian agitator.  The blood of the mighty Milosh, the "alone-standing, stalwart fighter," as they call him in their histories, flows in his veins; but there are not many like him, and it must be conceded that his sacrifice was perfectly useless."
    "Dragan Illitch!" repeated Parsons, in amazement.  "The man I promised to help and to save if I could." (The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine, v.68, 1904)


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