Definition of Pendragon in English:

Pendragon

noun

  • A title given to an ancient British or Welsh prince holding or claiming supreme power.

    • ‘It was a close run thing, with Pendragon from Hampshire Brewery taking the honours.’
    • ‘When King Luther Pendragon heard news that his queen had given birth to a healthy son his thoughts leapt forward to a mighty kingdom under the red banner of the Pendragon.’
    • ‘Before Arthur died, he had, for the most part, buried the flag of the Pendragon, the flag of Avalon, beneath a Christian banner.’
    • ‘In later tales of Arthur he is often given the surname Pendragon, which means ‘Dragon Chief’.’
    • ‘The following is a mandate listed by Pendragon.’

Origin

Welsh, literally chief war-leader, from pen head + dragon standard.

Pronunciation:

Pendragon

/pɛnˈdraɡ(ə)n/