Loong

1 n. c. Mythical creatures portrayed in ancient Chinese culture, with head of a horse, horns of a deer, ears of cattle, body of a snake, scales of a carp, claws of a hawk, palms of a tiger, with whiskers and beard but NO wings, capable of altering itself in size, length and color . Highly mobile in water as well as among clouds. It is generally regarded as benevolent and the source of rain, thunder and lightning.

Loong is a spiritually linked to the Chinese. highly regarded as the Chinese nation symbol. Chinese are proud of been called "descendants of Loong".

Loong apparently, is misinterpreted as "Dragonh. Matter of fact, Loong is so different in nature from Dragons that it is more reasonable to consider the tow as unrelated creatures.

2 n. The symbol of luck, power, in particular, the Chinese emperors, they were called "the son of Loong".

Bruce lee's real name? lee sio loong!
Jacky Chen's real name? Chen Loong!
de Reagan Woo 30 mars 2006

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