It is possible. The Welsh red dragon seems to have just been created at the same time as the English white dragon though and mostly just appears in the one story of the dream of the red dragon slaying the white.
Also, St George was Syrian/Greek/Roman and other people use him as their saint.
It is an interesting question to pose though, and could have something to do with him being adopted as the patron Saint.
Post by floppycatlovingbunny on Oct 23, 2015 15:47:23 GMT
St. Patrick I believe was supposedly Welsh or English. Really odd to me for countries to have national saints who are adopted from other countries, which as often as not the members of that saints' adopted nation might be at war or in conflict with. Like, we hate you English pig-dogs, for we are proud Irish. And now, if you'll excuse us, it's Patrick's birthday and we must celebrate our Irishness by honoring his birthday. Even though Patrick was from that same nation of "pig-dogs".