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I know he doesn't live by the sea, but I think your dragon on his own could be Puff the Magic Dragon. But if they have to be named as a job lot, then obviously we need names that come in fours. How aboutMatthew, Mark, Luke and John (if they are religious dragons)John, Paul, Ringo and George (if musical dragons)Perrie, Merrie, Dixie and Dominee (if female dragons)Or, if they are culinary dragons, which I'm sure your dragons must be - Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme
I can only see three, so now I am thinking Caspar, Balthasar and Melchior.I can DO it said Dennis the dragon! I love that story.
A few more suggestions:Are your dragons Catholic? - if so, they might like to be called Fisher, More, Campion and Southwell.Are they Oxonian? - then how about Tolkein, Lewis, Carroll and Dexter? Of course, if you prefer to alliterate, then some good D names - which are also saintly - include Damien, Dunstan, Dominic and Diego
We're down to threes now?OKCranmer, Ridley, Latimer - they all perished by fire, so 'twould be appropriate for dragons!
Catherine: "If you are what you should be, you will set the whole world on fire."Joan: St Dominic's mother, had a vision of a dog with a torch in its mouth, setting the world on fire.Dominic: the aforesaid dog with a torch
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