A slavic dragon is any dragon in Slavic mythology, including the Russian zmei (or zmey; змей), known in Ukraine as zmiy (змій), and its counterparts in other Slavic cultures: the Bulgarian zmei (змей), the Polish żmij, the Serbian and Croatian zmaj (змај, zmaj). Zmaj je u mnogim svjetskim mitologijama čudovište nalik golemoj zmiji ili kakvom drugom gmazu, s magičnim osobinama. U europskoj kulturi zmajevi se obično. In Serbia, however, the zmaj is generally regarded as a benevolent being, just like the dragons of East Asia. These creatures have been described as having “a .
Slovene. Etymology. From Proto-Slavic *zmьjь. Pronunciation. IPA: /ˈzmàːj/, /ˈzmáːj/, /ˈzmáj/; Tonal orthography: zmáj, zmȃj, zmȁj. Noun. ZMaJ. Virovitica, Croatia. ZMaJ is an electronic based rock trio from Virovitica, Croatia. At the beginning of band held "Exhibition of Sound" in City Museum. Zwei EP1 by ZMaJ, released 17 March 1. a brighter summer day 2. the vanishing 3. el topo 'Zwei' is a collection of electronica/rock based musical.