drake (n.1)
"male duck," c.1300, unrecorded in Old English but may have existed then, from West Germanic *drako (cognates: Low German drake, second element of Old High German anutrehho, dialectal German Drache).
drake (n.2)
archaic for "dragon," from Old English draca "dragon, sea monster, huge serpent," from Proto-Germanic *drako (cognates: Middle Dutch and Old Frisian drake, Dutch draak, Old High German trahho, German drache), an early borrowing from Latin draco (see dragon).