Werewolf

A werewolf, also known as a lycanthrope (from the Greek λυκάνθρωπος: λύκος, lykos, `wolf`, and ἄνθρωπος, anthrōpos, `man`), is a mythological or folkloric human with the ability to shapeshift into a wolf or a therianthropic hybrid wolf-like creature, either purposely or after being placed under a curse or affliction (...
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Werewolf

• (n.) A person transformed into a wolf in form and appetite, either temporarily or permanently, whether by supernatural influences, by witchcraft, or voluntarily; a lycanthrope. Belief in werewolves, formerly general, is not now extinct.
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werewolf

wolfman 1 lycanthrope noun a monster able to change appearance from human to wolf
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Werewolf

[Buffy the Vampire Slayer] In the Buffyverse, created by Joss Whedon, werewolves are similar to the werewolves of folklore, but rather than being only brutish monsters, they appear as characters who suffer from lycanthropy, and whose animal side either complements or clashes with their human side. ==Characteristics== Werewolves in the Buffy...
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Werewolf

[Middle-earth] In J. R. R. Tolkien`s Middle-earth legendarium, werewolves were servants of Morgoth, bred from wolves and inhabited by dreadful spirits (fallen lesser Maiar{ME-fact|date=July 2011} or fëa of Orcs).{ME-fact|date=July 2011} They were thought of by Sauron, who was their master and took the shape of a great wolf himself at least...
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Werewolf

Were'wolf` noun ; plural Werewolves . [ Anglo-Saxon werwulf ; wer a man + wulf a wolf; confer German wärwolf , währwolf , wehrwolf , a werewolf, Middle High German werwolf . √285. See Were a man, and Wolf , and c...
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Werewolf

A person who has been magically transformed into a wolf or other dangerous beast. See also lycanthropy, therianthropy, shape-shifting.
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Werewolf

A person who has been magically transformed into a wolf or other dangerous beast. See also lycanthropy, therianthropy, shape-shifting.
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Werewolf

Abortive Nazi resistance organization against the Allied invasion of Germany 1945. It only succeeded in attracting a few diehard Nazi fanatics and, with no broad support, collapsed when the Allies...
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Werewolf

Human by day, wolf by night.
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werewolf

in European folklore, a man who turns into a wolf at night and devours animals, people, or corpses but returns to human form by day. Some werewolves ... [2 related articles]
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werewolf

In folk belief, a human being either turned into a wolf by a spell or having the ability to assume a wolf form. The symptoms of porphyria may have fostered the legends. Stories of such...
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werewolf

In folk belief, a human being either turned into a wolf by a spell or having the ability to assume a wolf form. The symptoms of porphyria may have fostered the legends
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werewolf

werewolf: see lycanthropy.
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werewolf

[n] - a monster able to change appearance from human to wolf
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