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noun (werewolves)
  1. (mythology) A person who is transformed into a wolf or a wolflike human when there is a full moon.
Translations: 
  • Dutch: weerwolf
  • French: loup-garou , loup-brou , bzou (archaic)
  • German: Werwolf
  • Italian: lupo mannaro , licantropo
  • Spanish: hombre lobo
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Etymology: Late Old English werewulf, probably from werOld English, wer "man" + wulfOld English, wulf "wolf".


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