Japanese "dragoness"

21:34 Nov 25, 2006
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Slang / Japanese youth, college and street slang and figurative language
English term or phrase: Japanese "dragoness"
In English, a "dragoness" has the figurative connotation of a fierce woman. How do you say "dragoness" in Japanese slang and in Japanese figurative language? Please use Romanized Japanese and please list as many translations as possible. Thank you.
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Rossa O'Muireartaigh

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This is one possible version.

Note added at 1 day10 hrs (2006-11-27 08:29:30 GMT)

MEGITSUNE is another alternative

Rossa O'Muireartaigh
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