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REAL VAMPIRE AND WEREWOLF NAMES FROM AROUND THE WORLD

ADZE [ Ghana ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

ADZEEKH [ Kitimat Indians ]

The Kitimat Indians believe that the soul of a deceased person can be unwilling to go to the Land of the Dead. The Adzeekh lingers around the place where it used to live and is dangerous because it can drag other souls along with him.
( from: Ivan A. Lopatin "The Cult of the Dead among the Natives of the Amur Basin" )

AFRIT [ Arabia ]

( from: Rosemary Ellen Guiley "The Complete Vampire Companian" )

AGRIOGOUROUNO [ Macedonia ]

A wicked person who has turned into a were-boar.
( from: Nigel Jackson "Compleat Vampyre" )

AITVAR [ Lithuania ]

Lithuanian kind of "Alp" with very big hands and feet.
( from: E. H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

AKAKARM [ Assyria ]

( from: Robert Baudry )

AKAKHARU [ Assyria ]

( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

ALB [ Germany ]

Other name for "Alp".
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubes" )

ALF [ Germany ]

Other name for "Alp".
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubes" )

ALFEMOE [ Iceland ]

Type of "Alp" from Iceland.
( from: E.H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

ALGUL [ Arabia ]

( from: Dudley Wright "Vampires and Vampirism" )

ALITOS [ Cythnos - Greece ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire - his Kith and Kin" )

ALOUBI [ France ]

( from: Joël Pérocheau "La Sorcellerie en Vendée" )

ALOUBY [ Aquitaine - France ]

( from: "A Dictionary of Devils and Demons" )

ALOUQÂ [ Ancient Hebrew ]

( from: Hervé Masson "Le Diable et la Possession Démoniaque" )

ALOUQUE [ Ancient Hebrew ]

( from: Bouquet "Alouqa ou la Comédie des Morts" )

ALP [ Germany ]

( from: E.H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

ALPEN [ Germany ]

Other name for Incubi
( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

ALPMANN [ Germany ]

( from: Lutz Mackensen "Geister, Hexen und Zauber" )

ALUGA [ Ancient Hebrew ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

ALUKA [ Ancient Hebrew ]

( from: Dudley Wright "Vampires and Vampirism" )

ALUKAH [ Ancient Hebrew ]

( from: R.E.L. Masters "Eros and Evil" )

ALVANTIN [ India ]

( from: J. Gordon Melton "The Vampire Book" )

ANAIKATOUMENOS [ Tenos - Greece ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire - his Kith and Kin" )

ANAKATHOUMENOS [ Tenos - Greece ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire in Europe" )

ANARRACHO [ Cythera - Greece ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire - his Kith and Kin" )

ANIUKHA [ Siberia ]

Although it has never been seen by anyone, the Aniukha is supposed to be a small creature that sucks up the life blood of infants. It takes the help of a Shaman to get rid of it.

( from: Ivan A. Lopatin "The Cult of the Dead among the Natives of the Amur Basin" )

ANNIS [ Britain ]

Sorceress from British folklore who sucks the blood of children.
( from: Jean-Paul Persigout "Dictionnaire de Mythologie Celte" )

AOROI [ Ancient Greece ]

The ghosts of those who have died prematurely.
( from: E. H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

APSARAS [ India ]

Indian type of being that is something like an "Alp" but also like an "Elf".
( from: E. H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

ARAKH [ Cambodia ]

Powerful demons who can take possesion of your body and kill you.
( from: Pierre Bitard "Le Monde du Sorcier au Cambodge" )

ARDAT [ Assyria ]

Being that causes nightmares
( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

ARDAT-LILE [ Ancient Hebrew ]

( from: R.E.L. Masters "Eros and Evil" )

ARDAT LILÎ [ Babylon ]

( from: Hervé Masson "Le Diable et la Possession Démoniaque" )

ARIPA SATANEI [ Romania ]

Other name for "Samca"
( from: Adrien Cremene "Mythologie du Vampire en Roumanie" )

ARMENKI [ Bulgaria ]

Evil spirits that attack young mothers and their babies.
( from: Ivanichka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

ASAMBOSAM [ Africa ]

( from: Norbert Borrmann "Vampirismus" )

ASANBONSAM [ Ashantiland ]

( from: Anthony Masters "The Natural History of the Vampire" )

ASASABONSAM [ Ashantiland ]

( from: Dudley Wright "Vampires and Vampirism" )

ASEMA [ Surinam ]

( from: Henri J.M. Stephen "Winti - Afro-Surinaamse religie en magische rituelen in Suriname en Nederland" )

ASEMAN [ Surinam ]

Other name for "Asema".

ASIMAN [ Dahomey ]

( from: J. Gordon Melton "The Vampire Book" )

ASUANG [ Philippines ]

Living sorcerer who drinks blood
( from: "Journal of American Folklore" )

ASWANG [ Philippines ]

( from: Harry A. Senn "Were-Wolf and Vampire in Romania" )

ASWANG MANANAGGAL [ Philippines ]

( from: Rosemary Ellen Guiley "The Complete Vampire Companian" )

ASWID [ Scandinavia ]

( from: Peter Haining "A Dictionary of Vampires" )

ATTERGANGAR [ Norway ]

( from: "Nynorskordboka" )

AUFHOCKER

( from: Wolfgang Bauer "Von denen Traktaten" )

AUFHÖCKER

Plural for "Aufhocker" - other name for "Ephialtes" or "Incubi".
( from: Johannes Praetorius "Blockes-Berge Verrichtung" )

AUTU [ Borneo ]

Being that causes nightmares
( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

AVALI [ Zaire ]

Plural of OMULI.
( from: Jan Knappert "African Mythology" )

AVESTITSA [ Romania ]

Other name for "Samca"
( from: Adrien Cremene "Mythologie du Vampire en Roumanie" )

AZEMAN [ Surinam ]

Other name for "Asema".

BABA COAJA [ Romania ]

Other name for "Samca".
( from: Adrien Cremene "Mythologie du Vampire en Roumanie" )

BAITAL [ India ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

BAITAL PACHISI [ India ]

( from: Anthony Masters "The Natural History of the Vampire" )

BAJANG [ Malaysia ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire - his Kith and Kin" )

BÂJANG [ Malaysia ]

( from: Anthony Masters "The Natural History of the Vampire" )

BALI DJAKA [ Borneo ]

( from: Jakob Wisse "Selbstmord und Todesfurcht bei den Natürvölkern" )

BALOI [ Zambia, Botswana & Lesotho ]

Sorcerer that feeds on the life-force of others.
( from: Jan Knappert "African Mythology" )

BAOBHAN SITH [ Ireland ]

( from: Anthony Masters "The Natural History of the Vampire" )

BAOBHAN SITH [ Scotland ]

A beautiful but deadly faery-vampyre-woman who is said to haunt the wild and lonely places of Ross-shire.
( from: Nigel Jackson "Compleat Vampyre" )

BARABARLAKOS [ Greece ]

( from: Norbert Borrmann "Vampirismus" )

BARBUDA [ Occitan language ]

Werewolf, ghost
( from: Dictionary )

BARKOMENAOS [ Cyprus ]

( from: "Le Musée des Vampires" )

BDEMXHONG [ Tibet ]

( from: Aba Vangh "Magie Tibetaine" )

BEGIERIG [ Germany ]

Other name for "Nachzehrer".
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubes" )

BEGU MENTAS [ Bataks ]

( from: Jakob Wisse "Selbstmord und Todesfurcht bei den Natürvölkern" )

BETAIL [ India ]

( from: J. Gordon Melton "The Vampire Book" )

BHAYANKARA [ Tibet ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

BHOOTUMS [ India ]

( from: R.E.L. Masters "Eros and Evil" )

BHUT [ India ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

BHUTA [ India ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

BHUTS [ India ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

BHUTU [ India ]

Spirits of those who have died violently.
( from: Jean-Paul Roux "Le Sang" )

BLAUTSAUGER [ Bosnia, Germany ]

( from: Nigel Jackson "Compleat Vampyre" )

BLODSUGAR [ Norway ]

Bloodsucker.
( from: "Nynorskordboka" )

BLODSUGER [ Norway ]

Bloodsucker.
( from: "Bokmålsordboka" )

BLOEDZUIGER [ Dutch language ]

Bloodsucker, leech - other name for a vampire.

BLOEDZUIGERS [ Dutch language ]

Plural for "bloodsucker".

BLOODSUCKER [ English language ]

Other name for a vampire.

BLUATSAUGER [ Bavaria ]

( from: Alfons Schweiggert "Wunderwesen" )

BLUT-AUSSAUGER [ Germany ]

( from: Sturm & Völker "Von denen Vampiren oder Menschensaugern" )

BLUTSAUGER [ German language ]

Bloodsucker - other name for a vampire.

BLUT-SAUGER [ Germany ]

( from: Sturm & Völker "Von denen Vampiren oder Menschensaugern" )

BOBOANÃ [ Romania ]

Other regional name for female vampire.
( from: Adrien Cremene "Mythologie du Vampire en Roumanie" )

BOBON [ Romania ]

Other regional name for male vampire.
( from: Adrien Cremene "Mythologie du Vampire en Roumanie" )

BOCKSHEXE [ Germany ]

Type of "Alp" that can have the shape of a goat.
( from: E. H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

BOCKSMARTE [ Germany ]

Other type of "Alp".
( from: E. H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

BOGINKI [ Poland ]

Evil spirits that attack young mothers and their babies.
( from: Ivanichka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

BORBORLAKOS [ Greece ]

( from: Norbert Borrmann "Vampirismus" )

BOURDOULAKOS [ Greece ]

( from: Norbert Borrmann "Vampirismus" )

BRAHMAPARUSH [ India ]

( from: van Loon & Didden "Vampierhandboek" )

BRAHMAPARUSHA [ India ]

( from: Rosemary Ellen Guiley "The Complete Vampire Companian" )

BRAHMEPARUSH [ India ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

BRONCOLAKAS [ Greece ]

( from: A. Debay "Histoire des Sciences Occultes" )

BROUCOLACA [ Greece ]

( from: B. J. Hurwood "Vampires, Werewolved and Ghouls" )

BROUCOLACCHI [ Greece ]

( from: Massimo Centini "Sulle Tracce dei Vampiri" )

BROUCOLACCO [ Greece ]

( from: Massimo Centini "Sulle Tracce dei Vampiri" )

BROUCOLAQUE [ Greece ]

( from: Dom Calmet "Dissertation sur les Revenants en Corps,
les Excommuniés, Les Oupirs ou Vampires, Brucolaques, etc." )

BROUCOLOKAS [ Greece ]

( from: Lord Byron "The Works of Lord Byron" )

BROUCOLOQUES [ Greece ]

( from: Jean-Paul Roux "Le Sang" )

BROUKOLAKES [ Greece ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire in Europe" )

BROXA [ Portugal ]

Erroneous spelling of "Bruxa"
( from: "Le Monde du Sorcier" )

BRUCOLACAS [ Greece ]

( from: R.E.L. Masters "Eros and Evil" )

BRUCOLAQUE [ Greece ]

( from: Dom Calmet "Dissertation sur les Revenants en Corps,
les Excommuniés, Les Oupirs ou Vampires, Brucolaques, etc." )

BRUCULACAS [ Greece ]

( from: Massimo Centini "Sulle Tracce dei Vampiri" )

BRUHA [ Portugal ]

Erroneous spelling of "Bruxa"
( from: Barbara Black Koltuv "The Book of Lilith" )

BRUKOLAK [ Greece ]

( from: Sturm & Völker "Von denen Vampiren oder Menschensaugern" )

BRUKULACO [ Greece ]

( from: Gabriel Ronay "The Dracula Myth" )

BRÜNNLIG [ Germany ]

Another German name for "Ignis Fatuus".
( from: E. H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

BRUXA [ Portugal ]

Bloodsucking witch that can change itself into a bird or bat.
( from: Hans-Jürgen Wolf "Hexenwahn und Exorzismus" )

BRUXAS [ Portugal ]

( from: B.J. Hurwood "Vampires, Werewolves & Ghouls" )

BRUXSA [ Portugal ]

Other name for Bruxa
( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

BRYKILAKAS [ Greece ]

( from: Norbert Borrmann "Vampirismus" )

BRYKOLAKAS [ Greece ]

( from: Dictionary )

BUAU [ Borneo ]

( from: ??? )

BUCOLACS [ Santorini - Greece ]

( from: Dudley Wright "Vampires and Vampirism" )

BUHLGEIST [ German ]

Other name for "Incubus" or "Succubus".
( from: Johannes Praetorius "Blockes-Berge Verrichtung" )

BUHLGEISTER [ German ]

Plural for "Buhlgeist".
( from: Johannes Praetorius "Blockes-Berge Verrichtung" )

BULCOLACCAS [ Greece ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire in Europe" )

BUO [ Borneo ]

( from: Peter Haining "A Dictionary of Vampires" )

BURACH BHAOI [ Scotland ]

( from: Lewis Spence "The Magic Arts in Celtic Britain" )

BURCOLAKAS [ Greece ]

( from: B.J. Hurwood "The Vampire Papers" )

BURCULACAS [ Greece ]

( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

BUTHROLACAS [ Greece ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire in Europe" )

BÜXENWOLF [ Germany ]

Werewolf who had made a pact with the devil.
( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

CAI CAI FILU [ Chile ]

( from: Patrick Tierney "The Highest Altar" )

CALLICANTZARO [ Greece ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

CALLICANTZAROS [ Greece ]

Children born on Christmas day who will become vampires after their death.
( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

CAMAZOTZ [ Mexico ]

( from: Irene Nicholson "Mexican and Central American Mythology" )

CANCHUS [ Peru ]

I quote: "the canchus were believed to be devil worshippers who sucked the blood of the young."
( from: www.istrianet.org "Vampires and Witches in Istria" )

CATACANI [ Greece ]

( from: Massimo Centini "Sulle Tracce dei Vampiri" )

CATACANO [ Rhodos ]

( from: Peter Haining "A Dictionary of Vampires" )

CAUCHEMAR [ France ]

( from: Claude Lecouteux "Histoire des Vampires" )

CAUCHEMARES [ France ]

Plural for "Cauchemar" - also know as "Coche-mares".
These are sorcerers or witches who attack people during their sleep as "incubi" or "succubi".
( from: Roland Villeneuve "Dictionaire du Diable" )

CEL-RÃU [ Romania ]

One of the names used to indicate vampires and other evil beings.
( from: Adrien Cremene "Mythologie du Vampire en Roumanie" )

CHEDIPE [ India ]

( from: J. Gordon Melton "The Vampire Book" )

CHESME [ Turkey ]

A vampire cat that lives in the water and lures young men to their death.
( from: Nigel Jackson "Compleat Vampyre" )

"Çeçme" is the Turkish word for "fountain".

CHEVÊCHE

( from: Pérel Wilgowicz "Le Vampirisme" )

CHEVESCHE

( from: Roland Villeneuve "Dictionaire du Diable" )

CHIALCHIUT [ Istria ]

Local name for an incubus
( from: www.istrianet.org "Vampires and Witches in Istria" )

CHIANG-SHI [ China ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

CHIANG-SHIH [ China ]

( from: J. Gordon Melton "The Vampire Book" )

CH'IANG SHIH [ China ]

( from: B.J. Hurwood "Passport to the Supernatural" )

CHILDREN OF JUDAS [ Serbia, Bulgaria, Romania ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire - his Kith and Kin" )

CH'ING SHI [ China ]

( from: Massimo Centini "Sulle Tracce dei Vampiri" )

CHONCHON [ Chile ]

( from: Massimo Centini "Sulle Tracce dei Vampiri" )

CHORDEWA [ Bengal ]

The Oraons (or Uraons) of Bengal are said to believe in this vampire witch who can change into a black cat.
( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire - his Kith and Kin" )

CHUPACABRAS [ Central America ]

( from: "STRANGE Magazine" )

CHURAIL [ India ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

CHUREL [ India ]

( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

CHURREYLS [ India ]

( from: R.E.L. Masters "Eros and Evil" )

CIALCIUT [ Istria ]

Local name for an incubus
( from: www.istrianet.org "Vampires and Witches in Istria" )

CIUAPIPILTIN [ Mexico ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire - his Kith and Kin" )

CIUATETEO [ Mexico ]

Mexican vampire-witch.
( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire - its Kith and Kin" )
Being that causes nightmares
( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

CIUATETO [ Mexico ]

( from: Peter Haining "A Dictionary of Vampires" )

CIVAPIPILTIN [ Mexico ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

CIVATETEO [ Mexico ]

( from: Anthony Masters "The Natural History of the Vampire" )

COCHE-MARE [ France ]

Other name for "Cauchemares".
( from: Roland Villeneuve "Dictionaire du Diable" )

COCHE-MARES [ France ]

Plural - for "Coche-mare".

COCHOMAREN [ France ]

German Plural for "Cochomares".
( from: Johannes Praetorius "Blockes-Berge Verrichtung" )

COCHOMARES [ France ]

Witch (also called "Gaukemares") that attacks people during their sleep.
( from: Johannes Praetorius "Blockes-Berge Verrichtung" )

CON-TINH [ Annam ]

( from: "Le Musée des Vampires" )

CORPSE-CANDLE

Other name for "Ignis Fatuus".
( from: Katharine Briggs "A Dictionary of Fairies" )

CORPSE-SANS-ÂME [ Armorique ]

( from: Jean-Paul Persigout "Dictionnaire de Mythologie Celte" )

CURCOÏ [ Romania ]

Other name for vampire.
( from: Adrien Cremene "Mythologie du Vampire en Roumanie" )

CUROÏ [ Romania ]

Other name for vampire.
( from: Adrien Cremene "Mythologie du Vampire en Roumanie" )

DACHNAVAR [ Armenia ]

Armenian mountain spirit who sucks blood from the feet of travelers
( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

DAITJA [ Indonesia ]

( from: F.S. Knipscheer "Bijgeloof uit alle Tijden - Demonen" )

DAKHANAVAR [ Armenia ]

( from: Dudley Wright "Vampires and Vampirism" )

DAKINIS [ Himalaya ]

( from: Roland Villeneuve "Dictionaire du Diable" )

DANAG [ Philippines ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

DASCHNAVAR [ Armenia ]

( from: Norbert Borrmann "Vampirismus" )

DEAMHAIN FHOLA [ Ireland ]

( from: Peter Haining "A Dictionary of Vampires" )

DEARG DIULAI [ Ireland ]

( from: Peter Haining "A Dictionary of Vampires" )

DEARG-DUE [ Ireland ]

( from: Anthony Masters "The Natural History of the Vampire" )

DEARG-DUL [ Ancient Ireland ]

( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

DEDEJKO [ Bulgaria ]

( from: Claude Lecouteux "Histoire des Vampires" )

DENAC [ Dalmatia ]

"innocent" vampire, as opposed to the ORKO or "guilty" vampire
( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

DHAMPIER [ Serbia ]

( from: van Loon & Didden "Vampierhandboek" )

DHAMPIR [ Serbia ]

Son of a vampire.
( from: Jan L. Perkowski "The Darkling" )

DHAMPIR [ Albania ]

( from: Peter Mario Kreuter "Der Vampirglaube in Südosteuropa" )

DHAMPIRË [ Albania ]

plural of Dhampir
( from: Peter Mario Kreuter "Der Vampirglaube in Südosteuropa" )

DHAMPIRESA [ Serbia ]

Daughter of a vampire.
( from: Jan L. Perkowski "The Darkling" )

DJINN [ Arabia ]

( from: B. J. Hurwood "Terror by Night" )

DOCKELE [ Germany ]

"Alp"-like creature in the shape of a cat that sucks blood.
( from: E.H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

DOCKELI [ Germany ]

Other name for "Alp".
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubes" )

DOCKJE [ Germany ]

Other name for "Alp".
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubes" )

DODELECKER [ Germany ]

Other name for "Nachzehrer".
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubes" )

DODELEKER [ Germany ]

( from: Sturm & Völker "Von denen Vampiren oder Menschensaugern" )

DOGGELE [ Elsass and Switzerland ]

Other name for "Mahr" or "Alp".
( from: Wolfgang Golther "Handbuch der Germanische Mythologie" )

DOGGI [ Germany ]

Other name for "Alp".
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubes" )

DOPPELSAUGER [ Germany ]

Children who have changed over to drinking milk form a bottle. After this, they should no longer be breastfed. Otherwise they may turn into vampires after their death.
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubes" )

DOPPELSAUGERLING [ Germany ]

( from: Peter Kremer "Wo das Grauen lauert" )

DOUSHETA [ Bulgaria ]

Deceased unbaptised children that have turned into evil demons.
( from: Ivanichka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

DRAKUL [ Moldavia ]

( from: Peter Haining "A Dictionary of Vampires" )

DRAKOS [ Bulgaria ]

( from: Peter Mario Kreuter "Der Vampirglaube in Südosteuropa" )

DRAKUS [ Bulgaria ]

Name for vampire in the Rhodopes.
( from: Ivanichka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

DRAUG [ Old Norwegian ]

( from: S. Seligmann "Die Zauberkraft des Auges and das Berufen" )

DRAUGR [ Iceland ]

( from: Claude Lecouteux "Fantômes et Revenants" )

DRUCKERL [ Germany ]

Other type of "Alp".
( from: E.H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

DRUCKERLE [ Germany ]

Other name for "Alp".
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubes" )

DRÜCKERMÄNNCHEN [ Germany ]

Other name for "Alp".
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubes" )

DRÜCKMÄNNCHEN [ Germany ]

Other name for "Alp".
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubes" )

DRUD [ Germany, Austria ]

Other name for "Alp".
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubes" )

DRUDE [ Austria, Bavaria ]

Other name for "Alp".
( from: E.H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

DRUJAS [ Persia ]

( from: R.E.L. Masters "Eros and Evil" )

DRUJES [ Persia ]

( from: R.E.L. Masters "Eros and Evil" )

DRUTT [ Germany, Austria ]

Other name for "Alp".
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubes" )

DUBBELSÜGER [ Germany ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "The Darkling" )

DUBBELSÜGGER [ Germany ]

( from: Peter Kremer "Wo das Grauen lauert" )

DUENDES [ Spain ]

Other name for Incubi
( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

DUIKER [ Netherlands ]

Waterspirit that drowns little children to drink their blood.
( from: Maarten Douwe Teenstra "Volksverhalen en Legenden" )

DUX-LJUBOVNIK [ Ruthenia ]

( from: Claude Lecouteux "Histoire des Vampires" )

DVADUSHNI [ Ukraina ]

Ukrainian name for a vampire.
( from: Ivanichka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

DVOEDUSCHNIK [ Slavs ]

( from: Claude Lecouteux "Histoire des Vampires" )

DWAALLICHT [ Netherlands ]

Other name for "Ignis Fatuus".
( from: J.W. Sinninghe "Drentsch Sagenboek" )

DWAALLICHTEN [ Dutch language ]EDIMMOU [ Babylon ]

( from: "Mythologie Générale" )

EKIMMOU [ Babylon ]

( from: Hervé Masson "Le Diable et la Possession Démoniaque" )

EKIMMU [ Assyria ]

( from: Dudley Wright "Vampires and Vampirism" )

EKMETALLEFTIS [ Greek language ]

( from: Dictionary )

ELBE [ Germany ]

Other name for "Alp".
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubes" )

ELBEN

Plural for "Elbe".

EMPOUSE [ Ancient Greece]

( from: Robert Baudry )

EMPUSA [ Ancient Greece]

( from: Montague Summers )

EMPUSAE [ Ancient Greece]

( from: R.E.L. Masters "Eros and Evil" )

EMPUSES [ Ancient Greece]

( from: "Le Musée des Vampires" )

EPHÉLÉS [ Ancient Greece ]

Ancient name for "Ephialte".
( from: Roland Villeneuve "Dictionaire du Diable" )

ÉPHIALTE

( from: Roland Villeneuve "Dictionaire du Diable" )

EPHIALTES

Plural - other name for "Incubi" or "Aufhöcker".
( from: Johannes Praetorius "Blockes-Berge Verrichtung" )

ERESTUN [ Russia]

( from: Alan Dundes "The Vampire - a Casebook" )

ERETICA [ Russia]

( from: Nigel Jackson "Compleat Vampyre" )

ERETIK [ Russia]

( from: Alan Dundes "The Vampire - a Casebook" )

ERETITSA [ Russia]

( from: Alan Dundes "The Vampire - a Casebook" )

ERETNICA [ Russia]

( from: J. Gordon Melton "The Vampire Book" )

ERETNIK [ Russia]

( from: Alan Dundes "The Vampire - a Casebook" )

ERETNITSA [ Russia]

( from: Alan Dundes "The Vampire - a Casebook" )

ERINNYES [ Ancient Greece ]

( from: "Greek Mythology" )

ÉRINYES [ Ancient Greece ]

( from: Jean-Paul Roux "Le Sang" )

ERMENKI [ Bulgaria]

Evil spirits that attacked young mothers and ther babies.
( from: Ivanichka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

ÉRYNIES [ Ancient Greece ]

( from: Pérel Wilgowicz "Le Vampirisme" )

ESTRIE [ Ancient Hebrew]

( from: R.E.L. Masters "Eros and Evil" )

EVIL-SPIRIT [ Tasmania ]

Being that causes nightmares
( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

FAMPIR [ Bulgaria ]

( from: Peter Mario Kreuter "Der Vampirglaube in Südosteuropa" )

FARKASKOLDUS [ Hungary ]

( from: Ornella Volta "The Vampire" )

FARKASKOLTUS [ Hungary ]

( from: Massimo Centini "Sulle Tracce dei Vampiri" )

FEAR GORTAGH [ Ireland ]

The "Fear Gortach" or "Hungry Grass" is a spot where someone has died of starvation. The hunger is said to remain and can suck up your vital energy.
( from: Sheila St.Clair "Mysterious Ireland" )

FEU-FOLLET [ Louisiana ]

Other name for "Ignis Fatuus".
( from: Harry A. Senn "Were-Wolf and Vampire in Romania" )

FIFOLLET [ Louisiana ]

Other name for "Ignis Fatuus".
( from: Harry A. Senn "Were-Wolf and Vampire in Romania" )

FOLLETS [ France ]

Other name for Incubi
( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

FOLLETTI [ Italy ]

Other name for Incubi
( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

FÜERSTEINMANNLI [ Aargau ]

Male type of "Ignis Fatuus".
( from: E. H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

GANDHARVAS [ India ]

Bloodthirsty lewd demons who visit sleeping women
( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

GANDHARVEN [ India ]

( from: Sturm & Völker "Von denen Vampiren oder Menschensaugern" )

GAROU [ France ]

( from: Joël Pérocheau "La Sorcellerie en Vendée" )

GARULÓ [ France ]

( from: Ian Woodward "The Werewolf Delusion" )

GARWOLF

The Norman name for werewolf.
( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

GAUKEMAREN [ France ]

German Plural for "Gaukemares".
( from: Johannes Praetorius "Blockes-Berge Verrichtung" )

GAUKEMARES [ France ]

Witch (also called "Cochomares") who attacks people during their sleep.
( from: Johannes Praetorius "Blockes-Berge Verrichtung" )

GAYAL [ India ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

GELAL [ Accadia ]

Accadian incubus
( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

GELLO [ Ancient Greece ]

( from: Norbert Borrmann "Vampirismus" )

GHÎLÂN [ Arabia ]

( from: Hervé Masson "Le Diable et la Possession Démoniaque" )

GHOLE [ Arabia ]

( from: Colin de Plancy "Dictionnaire Infernal" )

GHOLI [ Arabia ]

( from: Massimo Centini "Sulle Tracce dei Vampiri" )

GHORIA

( from: Francois Ribadeau Dumas "A la Recherche des Vampires" )

GHOUL [ Arabia ]

( from: B.J. Hurwood "The Vampire Papers" )

GHOÛL [ Arabia ]

( from: Hervé Masson "Le Diable et la Possession Démoniaque" )

GHUL [ Arabia ]

( from: "Le Musée des Vampires" )

GIANG SHI [ China ]

( from: Norbert Borrmann "Vampirismus" )

GIENGANGER [ Denmark ]

( from: S. Seligmann "Die Zauberkraft des Auges and das Berufen" )

GIER [ Germany ]

Other name for "Nachzehrer".
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubes" )

GIERACH [ Germany ]

( from: Sturm & Völker "Von denen Vampiren oder Menschensaugern" )

GIERFRASS [ Germany ]

( from: Claude Lecouteux "Histoire des Vampires" )

GIERHALS [ Germany ]

Other name for "Nachzehrer".
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubes" )

GIERRACH [ Germany ]

Other name for "Nachzehrer".
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubes" )

GILLO [ Ancient Greece ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire in Europe" )

GIRRACH [ Germany ]

( from: Dom Calmet "Dissertation sur les Revenants en Corps,
les Excommuniés, Les Oupirs ou Vampires, Brucolaques, etc." )

GIRRHALS [ Germany ]

( from: Dom Calmet "Dissertation sur les Revenants en Corps,
les Excommuniés, Les Oupirs ou Vampires, Brucolaques, etc." )

GJENGANGAR [ Norway ]

( from: "Bokmålsordboka" )

GLAISTIG [ Scotland ]

( from: Lewis Spence "The Magic Arts in Celtic Britain" )

GOAT-SUCKER [ Central America ]

( from: "STRANGE Magazine" )

GOUL [ Arabia ]

( from: John Polidori "The Vampyre" )

GOULE [ Arabia ]

( from: Francois Ribadeau Dumas "A la Recherche des Vampires" )

GOULEKON [ Arabia ]

( from: Francois Ribadeau Dumas "A la Recherche des Vampires" )

GOULI [ Arabia ]

( from: Massimo Centini "Sulle Tracce dei Vampiri" )

GRENDEL

Bloodthirty monster from "Das Nibelungen Lied".
( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

GROBNIK [ Bulgaria ]

Name for vampire in the Kukush, Struga and Ohrid districts.
( from: Ivanichka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

GROMLIK [ Balkan ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski )

HABERGEISS [ Styria ]

Nasty type of "Alp" that can take the shape of various animals.
( from: E.H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

HAMEH [ Arabia ]

( from: Paul Barber "Vampires, Burial, and Death" )

HAN PARL

( from: Dudley Wright "Vampires and Vampirism" )

HANH SABURO [ India ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

HÁNH SÀBURO [ India ]

( from: Anthony Masters "The Natural History of the Vampire" )

HANNYA [ Japan ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

HANT- PARE [ India ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

HÁNT- PARE [ India ]

( from: Anthony Masters "The Natural History of the Vampire" )

HANTU [ India ]

( from: Peter Haining "A Dictionary of Vampires" )

HÁNTU DONDONG [ India ]

( from: Dudley Wright "Vampires and Vampirism" )

HANTU - DOR DONG [ India ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

HÁNTU - DOR DONG [ India ]

( from: Anthony Masters "The Natural History of the Vampire" )

HANTU LANGSUIR [ Malaya ]

( from: Rosemary Ellen Guiley "The Complete Vampire Companian" )

HANTU LANGSUYAR [ Malaya ]

( from: Rosemary Ellen Guiley "The Complete Vampire Companian" )

HANTU PARL

( from: Dudley Wright "Vampires and Vampirism" )

HANTU PENANGGALAN [ Malaya ]

( from: Rosemary Ellen Guiley "The Complete Vampire Companian" )

HANTU PENYARDIN [ Malaysia ]

( from: Thomas G. Aylesworth "Vampires and other Ghosts" )

HÁNTU SÀBURO [ India ]

( from: Dudley Wright "Vampires and Vampirism" )

HEFNIVARGAR [ Iceland ]

( from: P.C.M. Sluijter "IJslands Volksgeloof" )

HEKS [ Dutch language ]

Dutch name for a witch.

HEKSEN [ Dutch language ]

Plural for "heks".

HEXE [ German language ]

German name for a witch. Witches were also suspected of vampirism.
( from: Johannes Praetorius "Blockes-Berge Verrichtung" )

HSI-HSUE-KUEI [ China ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

HUITRANALWE [ Chile ]

( from: Patrick Tierney "The Highest Altar" )

HUNGRY GRASS [ Ireland ]

see: FEAR GORTAGH
( from: Sheila St.Clair "Mysterious Ireland" )

HYPHIALTES

Plural - Other name for "Succubi" or "Unterliegerinnen".
( from: Johannes Praetorius "Blockes-Berge Verrichtung" )

IELE [ Romania ]

( from: McNally & Florescu )

IELES [ Romania ]

Name used to indicate malevolant beings, to dangerous to be named.
( from: Adrien Cremene "Mythologie du Vampire en Roumanie" )

IGNIS FATUUS

"Corpse-candle" or "Will o' the whisp".
( from: Katharine Briggs "A Dictionary of Fairies" )

IKKER [ Netherlands ]

Black waterspirit that pulls its victims down into the water and drowns them before it drinks their blood.
( from: Maarten Douwe Teenstra "Volksverhalen en Legenden" )

IMPUNDULU [ Africa ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

INCUBI

Plural for "Incubus" - other name for "Ephialtes" or "Aufhöcker".
( from: Johannes Praetorius "Blockes-Berge Verrichtung" )

INCUBUS

Nocturnal demon that visits sleeping women
( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

INDZSELLÉR [ Hungary ]

( from: Tekla Dömötör "A Magyar né Hiedelemvilága" )

INOVERCY [ Russia ]

( from: Nigel Jackson "Compleat Vampyre" )

INUUS [ Ancient Rome ]

Roman name for the "Alp".
( from: E. H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

IRRLICHT [ Germany ]

German name for "Ignis Fatuus".
( from: E. H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

IRRWISCH [ Germany ]

German name for "Ignis Fatuus".
( from: E. H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )


ISHOLOGU [ Africa ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

ISTRAL [ Bulgaria ]

Vampire spirits of children who have died without baptism.
( from: Jean-Paul Roux "Le Sang" )

JACK-O-LANTERN

Other name for "Ignis Fatuus".
( from: Harry A. Senn "Were-Wolf and Vampire in Romania" )

JAKHAI [ India ]

( from: J. Gordon Melton "The Vampire Book" )

JAKHIN [ India ]

( from: J. Gordon Melton "The Vampire Book" )

JAPERI [ Bulgaria ]

( from: Peter Mario Kreuter "Der Vampirglaube in Südosteuropa" )

JARACACA [ Brazil ]

Erroneous spelling of "Jararaca"
( from: Anthony Masters "The Natural History of the Vampire" )

JARACARA [ Brazil ]

Erroneous spelling of "Jararaca"
( from: Peter Haining "A Dictionary of Vampires" )

JARARACA [ Brazil ]

f. Espécie de serpentária do Brasil. ... Cobra venenosa da América do Sul.
Fig. Pessoa ruim, bicha; vibora.
( from: "Pequeno Dicionário Da Língua Portuguesa" )

Martha Argel was kind enough to report the following about the Jararaca:

"When I was a child (in the hinterland of the State of São Paulo), I heard countless times the tale of how jararacas fed on the milk of nursing women who were asleep. While they suckled the breast, they were said to put the tip of the tail into the baby's mouth, fooling it into suckling the tail so that it wouldn't cry and awake the mother. Jararacas were said to suckle milk from mares too. I never heard anything about blood, energy, life forces or the like."

That may be so, but there are all kinds of vampires, and to a little baby, milk is in fact its life force. And let us take a look at the second definition from the dictionary. Another word for "bicha" is "sanguessuga" or bloodsucker.

JÈCI [ Kashubia ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

JEDOGONJA [ Serbia ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

JEPIR [ Bulgaria ]

( from: Peter Mario Kreuter "Der Vampirglaube in Südosteuropa" )

JÉ-ROUGE [ Haiti ]

( from: Ian Woodward "The Werewolf Delusion" )

JIGARKHOR [ India ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

JIGAR-KHOR [ India ]

Means: "liver eater" - Northern Idian type of witch.
( from: Dudley Wright "Vampires and Vampirism" )

JIGARKHWAR [ India ]

( from: Sturm & Völker "Von denen Vampiren oder Menschensaugern" )

JIKI-KETSU-GAKI [ Japan ]

Spirits that are bloodsuckers.
( from: B.J. Hurwood "Passport to the Supernatural" )

JINN [ Arabia ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire - his Kith and Kin" )

JOACHIMKEN [ Germany ]

( from: Sturm & Völker "Von denen Vampiren oder Menschensaugern" )

KALI [ India ]

( from: Anthony Masters "The Natural History of the Vampire" )

KALI MA [ India ]

( from: "Mythologie Générale" )

KALIKANDZARE [ Greece ]

Werewolf-like wild men.
( from: Ivanichka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

KALLICANTZAROS [ Crete ]

( from: Peter Haining "A Dictionary of Vampires" )

KALLIKANTZAROS [ Greece ]

( from: Nigel Jackson "Compleat Vampyre" )

KALLIKANZAROS [ Greece ]

Werewolf-like wild man.
( from: Ivanichka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

KAPACONCOLOS [ Turkey ]

Nocturnal being that only appears between Christmas and Epiphany.
( from: Ivanichka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

KAPPA [ Japan ]

( from: J. Gordon Melton "The Vampire Book" )

KARACONCOLOS [ Turkey ]

Nocturnal being that only appears between Christmas and Epiphany.
( from: Ivanichka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

KARA-KONDJIOLOS [ Turkey ]

( from: Nigel Jackson "Compleat Vampyre" )

KARAKONDJO [ Bulgaria ]

Werewolf-like wild man.
( from: Ivanichka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

KARAKONDJOULA [ Serbia ]

Nocturnal being that only appears between Christmas and Epiphany.
( from: Ivanichka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

KARKANTEBOKIS [ Greece ]

( from: "Le Musée des Vampires" )

KATACHANAS [ Greece ]

( from: Dudley Wright "Vampires and Vampirism" )

KATAKANAS [ Greece ]

( from: "Le Musée des Vampires" )

KATAKHANÁ [ Crete ]

( from: Dudley Wright "Vampires and Vampirism" )

KATAKHANÁDES [ Crete ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire in Europe" )

KATAKHANAS [ Crete, Rhodes ]

( from: Peter Haining "A Dictionary of Vampires" )

KATAKHANÁS [ Crete ]

( from: Dudley Wright "Vampires and Vampirism" )

KATAKHANÉ

( from: Roland Villeneuve )

KATAKHANES [ Greece ]

( from: R.E.L. Masters "Eros and Evil" )

KATAKHANOSO [ India ]

Other name for "Baital".
( from: Norbert Borrmann "Vampirismus" )

KATALKANÁS [ Crete ]

( from: Dudley Wright "Vampires and Vampirism" )

KATANÈS [ Montenegro ]

( from: Roland Villeneuve "Dictionnaire du Diable" )

KATHAKANAS [ Greece ]

( from: Gabriel Ronay "The Dracula Myth" )

KATHAKANES [ Greece ]

( from: "A Treasury of Witchcraft" )

KAUKAÏ [ Baltic Countries ]

( from: Robert Baudry )

KEPHN [ Burma ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire - his Kith and Kin" )

KEREN [ Ancient Greece ]

( from: "Mythologisch Woordenboek" )

KERES [ Ancient Greece ]

( from: "Greek Mythology" )

KHARISIRI [ Bolivia ]

( from: Nathan Wachtel "Dieux et Vampires" )

KHMOCH [ Cambodia ]

The word "Khmoch" can mean corpse as well as revenant.
( from: Pierre Bitard "Le Monde du Sorcier au Cambodge" )

KIANG-KOUEI [ China ]

( from: Jean-Paul Roux "Le Sang" )

KIANGSHI [ China ]

( from: Dudley Wright "Vampires and Vampirism" )

KIANG-SHI [ China ]

( from: J. Gordon Melton "The Vampire Book" )

KIANG-SI [ China ]

( from: Francois Ribadeau Dumas "A la Recherche des Vampires" )

KIEL GALAL [ Accadia ]

Accadian type of succubus
( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

KIEL-UDDAKARA [ Accadia ]

Being that causes nightmares
( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

KIKIMARA [ Russia ]

Being that causes nightmares
( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

KOLDUN [ Russia ]

( from: J. Gordon Melton "The Vampire Book" )

KOSAC [ Croatia ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "The Darkling" )

KOZLAC [ Dalmatia ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

KOZLAK [ Dalmatia ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "The Darkling" )

KRASSY [ Thailand, Laos ]

( from: Rosemary Ellen Guiley "The Complete Vampire Companian" )

KRAVOPIJTZA [ Russian Language ]

( from: Dictionary )

KRESNEK [ Slavs ]

( from: Harry A. Senn "Were-Wolf and Vampire in Romania" )

KRESNIK [ Serbia ]

( from: van Loon & Didden "Vampierhandboek" )

KRIJVASMOK [ Belarusian Language ]

( from: Dictionary )

KROPIJAC [ Bulgaria ]

( from: Massimo Centini "Sulle Tracce dei Vampiri" )

KRSNIK [ Slavs ]

( from: Harry A. Senn "Were-Wolf and Vampire in Romania" )

KRUVNIK [ Bulgaria ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

KRVOIJAC [ Bulgaria ]

( from: Gabriel Ronay "The Dracula Myth" )

KRVOPIJA [ Serbian Language ]

( from: Dictionary )

KRVOPIJAC [ Bulgaria ]

( from: Ornella Volta "The Vampire" )

KUANG-SHI [ China ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

KUDESNIK [ Russia ]

( from: J. Gordon Melton "The Vampire Book" )

KUDLAC [ Balkan ]

( from: Francois Ribadeau Dumas "A la Recherche des Vampires" )

KUDLAK [ Istria ]

Abbreviation for VORKUDLAK
( from: www.istrianet.org "Vampires and Witches in Istria" )

K'UEI [ China ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

KUKUDHI [ Albania ]

( from: van Loon & Didden "Vampierhandboek" )

KUKUTHI [ Albania ]

( from: J. Gordon Melton "The Vampire Book" )

KUZLAC [ Dalmatia ]

( from: Ornella Volta "The Vampire" )

LABARTOU [ Babylon ]

( from: Hervé Masson "Le Diable et la Possession Démoniaque" )

LAMASHTO [ Babylon ]

( from: Raymond T. McNally "A Clutch of Vampires" )

LAMASHTU [ Babylon ]

( from: Pérel Wilgowicz "Le Vampirisme" )

LAMASJTOE [ Babylon ]

( from: "Mythologisch Woordenboek" )

LAMATU [ Babylon ]

( from: Jean-Paul Roux "Le Sang" )

LAMIA [ Ancient Greece ]

( from: Dom Calmet "Dissertation sur les Revenants en Corps,
les Excommuniés, Les Oupirs ou Vampires, Brucolaques, etc." )

LAMIAE [ Ancient Greece ]

( from: Dudley Wright "Vampires and Vampirism" )

LAMIARO [ France ]

( from: Ian Woodward "The Werewolf Delusion" )

LAMIAS [ Ancient Greece ]

( from: R.E.L. Masters "Eros and Evil" )

LAMIE [ Italian language ]

( from: Massimo Centini "Sulle Tracce dei Vampiri" )

LAMIEN [ German language ]

German plural for "Lamie".
( from: Johannes Praetorius "Blockes-Berge Verrichtung" )

LAMIES [ French language ]

French plural for "Lamie".
( from: anon. "Les Spectres et les Démons" )

LAMME [ Babylon ]

( from: Pérel Wilgowicz "Le Vampirisme" )

LAMPIR [ Serbia ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "The Darkling" )

LAMPASMA [ Cythera, Greece ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire - his Kith and Kin" )

LAMPASTRO [ Greece ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire - his Kith and Kin" )

LAMPIGER [ Balkan ]

( from: Francois Ribadeau Dumas "A la Recherche des Vampires" )

LAMPIJER [ Balkan ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski )

LAMPIJEROVIC [ Balkan Gypsies ]

Child of a vampire.
( from: Jan L. Perkowski "The Darkling" )

LAMPIR [ Montenegro ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski )

LAMPIR [ Bulgaria ]

( from: Peter Mario Kreuter "Der Vampirglaube in Südosteuropa" )

LANGSUIR [ Malaysia ]

( from: Dudley Wright "Vampires and Vampirism" )

LANGSUIOR [ Malaysia ]

Being that causes nightmares
( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

LANGSUYAR [ Malaysia ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire - his Kith and Kin" )

LAOUSNICHETA [ Bulgaria ]

Deceased unbaptised children that have turned into evil demons.
( from: Ivanichka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

LAOUSNITSI [ Bulgaria ]

Souls of women who have died in childbirth.
( from: Ivanichka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

LAP [ Kashubia ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

LAPIR [ Serbia ]

Serbian name for a vampire.
( from: Ivanichka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

LARVAE [ Ancient Rome ]

( from: Eliphas Levy "The History of Magic" )

LARVES [ Ancient Rome ]

( from: Julien Tondriau "L'Occultisme" )

LATAWIEC [ Poland ]

( from: Claude Lecouteux "Histoire des Vampires" )

LEAMAIN SITH [ Scotland ]

Being that causes nightmares
( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

LEANAN-SIDHE [ Ireland ]

( from: Katharine Briggs "A Dictionary of Fairies" )

LEANHAUN-SHEE [ Ireland ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

LEANHAUN-SIDHE [ Ireland ]

( from: "Fairy & Folktales of Ireland" )

LEBEROU [ France ]

( from: Ian Woodward "The Werewolf Delusion" )

LEETON [ Latvia ]

"Alp" like creature that also rides horses to their death.
( from: E.H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

LEHOUSSI [ Bulgaria ]

Evil spirits who attack young mothers and their children.
( from: Ivanichka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

LEMPIR [ Bulgaria ]

( from: Peter Mario Kreuter "Der Vampirglaube in Südosteuropa" )

LEMPTIR [ Bulgaria ]

( from: Peter Mario Kreuter "Der Vampirglaube in Südosteuropa" )

LEMUREN [ Ancient Rome ]

( from: Sturm & Völker "Von denen Vampiren oder Menschensaugern" )

LEMURES [ Ancient Rome ]

( from: Dudley Wright "Vampires and Vampirism" )

LÉMURES [ Ancient Rome ]

( from: anon. "Les Spectres et les Démons" )

LEMURS [ Ancient Rome ]

( from: "A Dictionary of Devils & Demons" )

LEPIR [ Bulgaria ]

( from: Claude Lecouteux "Histoire des Vampires" )

LETZEKÄPPEL [ Germany ]

Other name for "Alp".
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubes" )

LETZEL [ Germany ]

Other name for "Alp".
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubes" )

LHIANNAN-SHEE [ Isle of Man ]

( from: Katharine Briggs "A Dictionary of Fairies" )

LIDÉRC [ Hungary ]

Hungarian type of "Incubus" or "Succubus".
( from: Tekla Dömötör "A Magyar né Hiedelemvilága" )

LIDÉRCFÉNY [ Hungary ]

Hungarian name for "Will-o'-the-Whisp".
( from: Tekla Dömötör "A Magyar né Hiedelemvilága" )

LIDÉRC NADÁLY [ Hungary ]

( from: Gabriel Ronay "The Dracula Myth" )

LIHOUSNITSI [ Bulgaria ]

Evil spirits who attack young mothers and their babies.
( from: Ivanichka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

LIK'ICHIRI [ Bolivia ]

( from: Nathan Wachtel "Dieux et Vampires" )

LILATOU [ Babylon ]

( from: Hervé Masson "Le Diable et la Possession Démoniaque" )

LILATS [ Assyria & Babylon ]

( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

LILIM

( from: Massimo Centini "Sulle Tracce dei Vampiri" )

LILIN [ Ancient Hebrew ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire - his Kith and Kin" )

LILÎT [ Babylon ]

( from: Maximilian Rudwin "The Devil in Legend and Literature" )

LILITH [ Ancient Hebrew ]

( from: Dom Calmet "Dissertation sur les Revenants en Corps,
les Excommuniés, Les Oupirs ou Vampires, Brucolaques, etc." )

LILITH-GEISTER

( from: Johannes Praetorius "Blockes-Berge Verrichtung" )

LILÎTOU [ Babylon ]

( from: Hervé Masson "Le Diable et la Possession Démoniaque" )

LILÎTU [ Babylon ]

( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

LILU

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire - his Kith and Kin" )

LIOUBGAI [ Albania ]

( from: "Le Musée des Vampires" )

LIOUGAT [ Albania ]

( from: Nigel Jackson "Compleat Vampyre" )

LIOUVGAT [ Albania ]

( from: Montague Summers )

LIPIR [ Bulgaria ]

( from: Peter Mario Kreuter "Der Vampirglaube in Südosteuropa" )

LIPIRIN [ Bulgaria ]

( from: Peter Mario Kreuter "Der Vampirglaube in Südosteuropa" )

LIQUICHIRI [ Peru ]

( from: Patrick Tierney "The Highest Altar" )

LIUGAT [ Albania ]

( from: Ornella Volta "The Vampire" )

LJUGAT [ Albania ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski )

LJUNA [ Balkan ]

( from: Francois Ribadeau Dumas "A la Recherche des Vampires" )

LJUNG [ Balkan ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski )

LOAJNICE [ Transylvania ]

Transylvanian name for vampires.
( from: Adrien Cremene "Mythologie du Vampire en Roumanie" )

LOANGO [ Africa ]

( from: Anthony Masters "The Natural History of the Vampire" )

LOBARRAZ [ Portugal ]

( from: Ian Woodward "The Werewolf Delusion" )

LOBIS-HOMEM [ Portugal ]

Erroneous spelling of "Lobisomem"
( from: Ian Woodward "The Werewolf Delusion" )

LOBISHOME [ Galicia ]

Galician name for a blood drinking "Werewolf"
( sent in by: Jorge Guitián - Spain )

LOBISHOMEN [ Brazil ]

Erroneous spelling of "Lobisomem"
( from: Anthony Masters "The Natural History of the Vampire" )

LOBISHOMES [ Galicia ]

Plural for "Lobishome"
( sent in by: Jorge Guitián - Spain )

LOBISOMEM [ Portugal, Brazil ]

Man who - according to popular belief - transforms into a wolf or other animal.
( from: "Pequeno Dicionário Da Língua Portuguesa" )

LOBOMBRE [ Spain ]

( from: Ian Woodward "The Werewolf Delusion" )

LOOGAROO [ Grenada ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire - his Kith and Kin" )

LORD OF THE UNDERWORLD [ Finland ]

( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

LORK [ Germany ]

"Alp" like creature that can have the shape of a frog.
( from: E.H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

LOUBÉROU [ France ]

( from: Ian Woodward "The Werewolf Delusion" )

LOUPAROU [ France ]

( from: Ian Woodward "The Werewolf Delusion" )

LOUP-BEROU [ France ]

( from: Ian Woodward "The Werewolf Delusion" )

LOUP-CAROU [ France ]

( from: Ian Woodward "The Werewolf Delusion" )

LOUP-GAROU [ France ]

French name for werewolf.
( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

LOUP-GAROUN [ France ]

( from: Ian Woodward "The Werewolf Delusion" )

LOUP-PAUMÉ [ France ]

( from: Ian Woodward "The Werewolf Delusion" )

LOUP-VAROU [ France ]

Loup-Garou as spelt by Bodin.
( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

LOUP-WAROU [ France ]

Old way to spell Loup-Garou.
( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

LOUPS-GAROUS [ Haiti ]

( from: Ian Woodward "The Werewolf Delusion" )

LUDAK [ Lapland ]

( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

LÜDÉRC [ Hungary ]

Other name for "Lidérc".
( from: Tekla Dömötör "A Magyar né Hiedelemvilága" )

LUDVÉRC [ Hungary ]

Other name for "Lidérc".
( from: Tekla Dömötör "A Magyar né Hiedelemvilága" )

LUGAT [ Albania ]

Regional name for a vampire
( from: Peter Mario Kreuter "Der Vampirglaube in Südosteuropa" )

LUGETËR [ Albania ]

Plural for Lugat
( from: Peter Mario Kreuter "Der Vampirglaube in Südosteuropa" )

LUPI [ Kashubia ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

LUPI MANARI [ Croatia ]

( from: J. Gordon Melton "The Vampire Book" )

LUPIRZ [ Poland ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

LUPO MANARO [ Italy ]

( from: Ian Woodward "The Werewolf Delusion" )

LUPO MANNARO [ Italian language ]

The Italian word for "Werewolf".
( from: "Lo Zingarelli Minore", 1995 )

LUPU-MINARU [ Sicilia ]

( from: Ian Woodward "The Werewolf Delusion" )

LYCANTHROPE [ English language ]

"Werewolf".
( from: "American Heritage Dictionary" )

LYCANTHROPO [ Portugal ]

( from: Ian Woodward "The Werewolf Delusion" )

LYCANTHROPOS [ Greece ]

( from: Harry A. Senn "Were-Wolf and Vampire in Romania" )

LYCANTHROPUS [ Modern Latin language ]

"Werewolf".
( from: "American Heritage Dictionary" )

MAAR [ Germany ]

( from: Sturm & Völker "Von denen Vampiren oder Menschensaugern" )

MAH'ANAH [ India ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

MAHASOHON [ Ceylon ]

( from: Montague Summers )

MAHR [ Germany ]

Other name for the "Alp".
( from: E.H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

MAHRT [ Pommerania ]

Other name for "Mahr" or "Alp".
( from: E.H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

MAHRTE [ North Germany ]

Other name for "Mahr" or "Alp".
( from: Wolfgang Golther "Handbuch der Germanische Mythologie" )

MAJKY [ Russia ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

MANDURUGO [ Philippines ]

( from: J. Gordon Melton "The Vampire Book" )

MANEDEN [ Malaysia ]

( from: J. Gordon Melton "The Vampire Book" )

MANJASANG [ Occitan language ]

(from: Dictionary )

MANNETJE MET DE HAAK [ Netherlands ]

( from: K. ter Laan "Nederlandse Overleveringen" )

MANTIANAK [ Malaysia ]

The soul of a woman who has died at childbirth
( from: Laura Watson Benedict "A Study of Bagobo Magic and Myth" )

MAR [ Germany ]

Other name for "Mahr" or "Alp".
( from: E.H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

MARA [ Scandinavia ]

( from: J. Gordon Melton "The Vampire Book" )

MARA [ Slavs ]

Evil blooddrinking female demon that attacks people during their sleep.
( from: Ivanitchka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

MARDER [ Germany ]

( from: Lutz Mackensen "Geister, Hexen und Zauber" )

MARE [ Germany ]

Other name for "Mahr" or "Alp".
( from: E.H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

MAROC [ Bulgaria ]

Other name for vampire in the Strandja Mountains.
( from: Ivanitchka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

MART [ North Germany ]

Other name for "Mahr" or "Alp".
( from: Wolfgang Golther "Handbuch der Germanische Mythologie" )

MARTWIEC [ Poland ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

MASAN [ India ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

MASANI [ India ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

MATEBO [ Western Zaire ]

Plural of TEBO.
( from: Jan Knappert "African Mythology" )

MATI-ANAK [ Malaysia ]

( from: Anthony Masters "The Natural History of the Vampire" )

MATRIZZA [ Triest ]

local name for an incubus
( from: www.istrianet.org "Vampires and Witches in Istria" )

MAUVAIS AIRS [ Haiti ]

( from: Alfred Métraux "Voodoo" )

MAUVAIS NANM [ Haiti ]

( from: Alfred Métraux "Voodoo" )

MAVJE [ Slovenia ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

MAVKY [ Russia ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

MAVOK [ Ukraina ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski )

MEIGA CHUCHONA [ Galicia ]

Galician name for a blood-sucking "Witch"
( sent in by: Jorge Guitián - Spain )

MEIGAS CHUCHONAS [ Galicia ]

Plural for "Meiga Chuchona"
( sent in by: Jorge Guitián - Spain )

MENSCHEN-SAÜGER [ German ]

( from: Johannes Christianus Stock "Dissertatio Physica de Cadaveribus Sanguisigis" )

MICTECACIUATL [ Mexico ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire - his Kith and Kin" )

MICTLAMPA (the Lord of) [ Mexico ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire - his Kith and Kin" )

MJERTOVJEC [ Russia ]

( from: Ornella Volta "The Vampire" )

MMBYU [ India ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

MOHR [ Germany ]

( from: Lutz Mackensen "Geister, Hexen und Zauber" )

MOLONG [ Malaysia ]

( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

MOLONGS [ Malaysia ]

( from: Anthony Masters "The Natural History of the Vampire" )

MONTWIEC [ Poland ]

( from: Harry A. Senn "Were-Wolf and Vampire in Romania" )

MOOR [ Germany ]

Other name for "Mahr" or "Alp".
( from: E.H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

MORA [ Bohemia ]

Being that causes nightmares
( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

MORA [ Bulgaria ]

Nocturnal being that kills people in their sleep.
( from: Ivanitchka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

MORA [ Friuli ]

Local name for an incubus
( from: www.istrianet.org "Vampires and Witches in Istria" )

MORA [ Poland ]

Other name for "Alp".
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubes" )

MORAS [ Bohemia ]

( from: B.J. Hurwood )

MORAVA [ Bulgaria ]

Nocturnal being that kills people in their sleep.
( from: Ivanitchka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

MORIBOND [ Bretagne ]

( from: Charles Lancelin "La Sorcellerie des Campagnes" )

MORIBONDO [ Bretagne ]

( from: Ornella Volta "The Vampire" )

MORINA [ Montenegro ]

Name for "Nightmare".
( from: Prof. P. Jones "The Pobratim" )

MORII [ Romania ]

( from: Arthur & Albert Schott "Rumänische Volkserzählungen aus dem Banat" )

MORMO [ Ancient Greece ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire - His Kith and Kin" )

MORMOLIKEIA [ Greece ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire - His Kith and Kin" )

MORMOLIKEION [ Greece ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire - His Kith and Kin" )

MORMOLIKI [ Greece ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire - His Kith and Kin" )

MORMOLIX [ Greece ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire - His Kith and Kin" )

MOROAÏCÃ [ Romania ]

Other name for (female) vampire.
( from: Adrien Cremene "Mythologie du Vampire en Roumanie" )

MOROANCÃ [ Romania ]

Other name for (female) vampire.
( from: Adrien Cremene "Mythologie du Vampire en Roumanie" )

MOROI [ Romania ]

( from: Arthur & Albert Schott "Rumänische Volkserzählungen aus dem Banat" )

MOROÏ [ Romania ]

Other type of vampire.
( from: Adrien Cremene "Mythologie du Vampire en Roumanie" )

MOROII [ Romania ]

( from: Montague Summers )

MOROIU [ Romania ]

( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

MORON [ Romania ]

Other name for vampire.
( from: Adrien Cremene "Mythologie du Vampire en Roumanie" )

MOROUS [ Bohemia ]

Other name for "Mahr" or "Alp".
( from: E.H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

MORTS-VIVANTS [ French language ]

( from: Dictionary )

MORÙSI [ Czechs ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

MÓRY [ Czechs ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

MOTETZ DAM [ Ancient Hebrew ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

MOURA [ Bulgaria ]

Nocturnal being that kills people in their sleep.
( from: Ivanitchka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

MRART [ Australia ]

Being that causes nightmares
( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

MUKAI [ India ]

( from: J. Gordon Melton "The Vampire Book" )

MULE [ Gypsies ]

( from: Anthony Masters "The Natural History of the Vampire" )

MULI [ Gypsies ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

MULLO [ Gypsies ]

( from: Nigel Jackson "Compleat Vampyre" )

MULO [ Serbia ]

( from: Gabriel Ronay "The Dracula Myth" )

MURA [ Slavs ]

Other name for "Mahr" or "Alp".
( from: E.H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

MURASI [ Czechoslovakia ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

MURAWA

Other name for "Alp" (wendisch).
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubes" )

MURO

( from: Jan L. Perkowski )

MUROAÏCÃ [ Romania ]

Other name for (female) vampire.
( from: Adrien Cremene "Mythologie du Vampire en Roumanie" )

MUROANÃ [ Romania ]

Other name for (female) vampire.
( from: Adrien Cremene "Mythologie du Vampire en Roumanie" )

MUROHY [ Romania ]

( from: Ornella Volta "The Vampire" )

MUROÏ [ Romania ]

Other name for vampire.
( from: Adrien Cremene "Mythologie du Vampire en Roumanie" )

MURON [ Romania ]

Other name for vampire.
( from: Adrien Cremene "Mythologie du Vampire en Roumanie" )

MURONI [ Wallachia ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

MURONUL [ Romania ]

( from: Gabriel Ronay "The Dracula Myth" )

MURONY [ Wallachia ]

( from: Arthur & Albert Schott "Rumänische Volkserzählungen aus dem Banat" )

MURRAIN [ Romania ]

Nocturnal being that kills people in their sleep.
( from: Ivanitchka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

MURRAUE [ Pommerania ]

Other name for "Mahr" or "Alp".
( from: E.H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

MURY [ Czechoslovakia ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

MWÈRE [ Kashubia ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

MYERTOVETS [ Russia ]

( from: Gabriel Ronay "The Dracula Myth" )

NACHTFRÄULI [ Switzerland ]

Female type of "Alp".
( from: E.H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

NACHTMAHR [ Germany ]

Other name for "Alp".
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubes" )

NACHTMAHRT [ Germany ]

Other name for "Alp".
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubes" )

NACHTMÄNNLE [ Germany ]

Other name for "Alp".
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubes" )

NACHTMÄNNLEIN [ Germany ]

Male type of "Alp".
( from: Sturm & Völker "Von denen Vampiren oder Menschensaugern" )

NACHTMARE [ North Germany ]

Other name for "Mahr" or "Alp".
( from: Wolfgang Golther "Handbuch der Germanische Mythologie" )

NACHTMERRIE [ Netherlands ]

( from: K. ter Laan "Nederlandse Overleveringen" )

NACHTMERRIES [ Dutch language ]

Plural for "Nachtmerrie"

NACHTSCHWALBE [ Styria ]

Nasty type of "Alp" that can take the shape of various animals.
( from: E.H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

NACHTTOTER [ Germany ]

( from: J. Gordon Melton "The Vampire Book" )

NACHTZEHRER [ Germany ]

( from: Gabriel Ronay "The Dracula Myth" )

NACHTZUTZLER [ Germany ]

( from: Alfons Schweiggert "Wunderwesen" )

NACHZEHRER [ Germany ]

A dead person who feeds on his living relatives.
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubes" )

NAGASJATINGARON [ Sumatra ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski )

NAGTMERRIE [ Holland ]

Other name for "Mahr" or "Alp".
( from: Wolfgang Golther "Handbuch der Germanische Mythologie" )

NAGULAI [ India ]

( from: J. Gordon Melton "The Vampire Book" )

NAKAQ [ Peru ]

( from: Nathan Wachtel "Dieux et Vampires" )

NATTEMARE [ Denmark ]

Other name for "Mahr" or "Alp".
( from: Wolfgang Golther "Handbuch der Germanische Mythologie" )

NAUALLI [ Mexico ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire - his Kith and Kin" )

NAVI [ Bulgaria ]

Deceased unbaptised children that have turned into evil demons.
( from: Ivanichka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

NAVJ [ Southern & Eastern Slavs ]

Deceased unbaptised children that have turned into evil demons.
( from: Ivanichka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

NAVJACI [ Bulgaria ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

NAVJE [ Serbia ]

Deceased unbaptised children that have turned into evil demons.
( from: Ivanichka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

NAVKI [ Slovenia, Ukraina ]

Deceased unbaptised children that have turned into evil demons.
( from: Ivanichka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

NAVYATSI [ Bulgaria ]

Deceased unbaptised children that have turned into evil demons.
( from: Ivanichka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

NEAM MHAIRBH [ Ireland ]

( from: Peter Haining "A Dictionary of Vampires" )

NECURAT [ Romania ]

General name for all sorts of malevolant spirits.
( from: Adrien Cremene "Mythologie du Vampire en Roumanie" )

NEFS [ pre-Islamic Arabs ]

Soul that stays inside the corpse.
( from: Jean-Paul Roux "Le Sang" )

NEJIT [ Bulgaria ]

( from: S. Seligman "Die Zauberkraft des Auges und das Berufen" )

NEJKY [ Russia ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

NELAPSI [ Slovakia ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "The Darkling" )

NEUNTÖTER [ Germany ]

Children who are born with teeth or with a double row of teeth. They die young and then vampirise and kill nine of their closest relatives.
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubes" )

NEZHIT [ Bulgaria ]

Personification of deadly diseases.
( from: Ivanitchka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

NEZIT [ Bulgaria ]

( from: S. Seligman "Die Zauberkraft des Auges und das Berufen" )

NIELOP [ Kashubia ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski )

NIGHTMARE [ English language ]

( from: David J. Hufford "The Terror that comes in the Night" )

NIKKER [ Netherlands ]

Other name for IKKER.
( from: Maarten Douwe Teenstra "Volksverhalen en Legenden" )

NJELOP [ Kashubia ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

NJETOP [ Poland ]

( from: J. Gordon Melton "The Vampire Book" )

NOHIER [ Pommerania, Prussia ]

( from: Leo Gerschke )

NOMOLACAS [ Chios - Greece ]

( from: Thevenot "Relation d'un Voyage au Levant" )

NORA [ Hungary ]

Small vampirical creature that feeds on the sleeping.
( from: Tekla Dömötör "A Magyar né Hiedelemvilága" )

NOSFERAT [ Romania ]

( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

NOSFERATU [ Transylvania ]

( from: Dudley Wright "Vampires and Vampirism" )

NTHUM [ Cameroon ]

( from: Robert Baudry )

NUTSHNYK [ SubCarpathic Russia ]

Name for a nocturnal spirit that can have a vampirical nature.
( from: Pëtr Bogatyrëv "Vampires in the Carpathians" )

NYAM NYAM [ North Africa ]

( from: Robert Ambelain "Le Vampirisme - de la légende au réel" )

OBAYIFO [ Ashantiland ]

( from: Dudley Wright "Vampires and Vampirism" )


OBAYIFU [ Africa ]

( from: Peter Haining "A Dictionary of Vampires" )

OBIR [ Russia ]

Russian name for vampire.
( from: Ivanitchka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

OBOROTEN [ Russia ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

OBOUR [ Bulgaria ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire - his Kith and Kin" )

OBUR [ Bulgaria ]

( from: J. Gordon Melton "The Vampire Book" )

OBYN [ Poland ]

( from: Harry A. Senn "Were-Wolf and Vampire in Romania" )

OGOIJEN [ Bohemia ]

( from: Massimo Centini "Sulle Tracce dei Vampiri" )

OGOLJEN [ Bohemia ]

( from: Ornella Volta "The Vampire" )

OGULJEN [ Bohemia ]

( from: Peter Haining "A Dictionary of Vampires" )

OHYN [ Poland ]

A child born with the caul and with teeth would turn into a vampire called "Ohyn".
( from: Nigel Jackson "Compleat Vampyre" )

OKOSTNIK [ Bulgaria ]

Bulgarian name for vampire.
( from: Ivanitchka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

OLD HAG [ New Foundland ]

( from: David J. Hufford "The Terror that comes in the Night" )

OMULI [ Zaire ]

Female vampire who devours Souls.
( from: Jan Knappert "African Mythology" )

ONDODE [ Dutch language ]

Dutch translation of "Undead".
( from: Cees van Raak "Dodenakkers" )

OPACHINA [ Bulgaria ]

Name for vampire in the Rhodopes.
( from: Ivanichka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

OPER [ Ruthenia ]

( from: Montague Summers )

OPI [ Kashubia ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

OPIR [ Ukraina ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "The Darkling" )

OPIRJ [ Old Slavonic ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski )

OPJI [ Kashubia ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

OPYR [ Ruthenia ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire - his Kith and Kin" )

ORGOÏ [ Romania ]

Other name for a vampire.
( from: Adrien Cremene "Mythologie du Vampire en Roumanie" )

ORKO [ Dalmatia ]

"guilty" vampire, as opposed to the DENAC or "innocent" vampire
( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

ORNIAS [ Hebrew ]

( from: "A Treasury of Witchcraft" )

OTGIRURU [ Hereros Land ]

( from: Anthony Masters "The Natural History of the Vampire" )

OUPIR [ Bulgaria ]

Name for vampire in the Dobroudja.
( from: Ivanichka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

OUPIRE [ Poland, Russia ]

( from: Dom Calmet "Dissertation sur les Revenants en Corps,
les Excommuniés, Les Oupirs ou Vampires, Brucolaques, etc." )

OUPYR [ Balkan ]

( from: Francois Ribadeau Dumas "A la Recherche des Vampires" )

OUSTREL [ Bulgaria ]

Name for vampire in the Strandja Mountain area.
( from: Ivanichka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

OVENGUA [ Guinea ]

( from: Sturm & Völker "Von denen Vampiren oder Menschensaugern" )

OWANG [ Guinea ]

( from: Anthony Masters "The Natural History of the Vampire" )

OWENGA [ Guinea ]

( from: Ornella Volta "The Vampire" )


PACU-PATI [ India ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

PACUPATI [ India ]

( from: Dudley Wright "Vampires and Vampirism" )

PALUKAH [ Oriental ]

( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

PAMGRI [ Hungary ]

( from: Anthony Masters "The Natural History of the Vampire" )

PANANGGALN [ India ]

( from: Ernest Jones "On the Vampire" )

PÂNANGGLAN [ India ]

( from: Dudley Wright "Vampires and Vampirism" )

PAPABAWAS [ Zanzibar ]

( from: Peter Haining "A Dictionary of Vampires" )

PATIANAK [ Philippines ]

Bloodsucking soul of an unbaptised child
( from: "Journal of American Folklore" )

PELESIT [ Malaysia ]

( from: Anthony Masters "The Natural History of the Vampire" )

PELEST [ Malaysia ]

( from: "Monster Book of Vampires" )

PÊNANGAL [ India ]

( from: Dudley Wright "Vampires and Vampirism" )

PENANGELAM [ Indo-China ]

( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

PENANGGALAN [ Malaysia ]

( from: Anthony Masters "The Natural History of the Vampire" )

PÊNANGGALEN [ Malaya ]

( from: Nancy Garden "Vampires" )

PENANGGLAN [ Malaysia ]

( from: Dudley Wright "Vampires and Vampirism" )

PENNANGGALAN [ Malaysia ]

( from: B.J. Hurwood "Terror by Night" )

PENNANGGALAM [ Malaysia ]

( from: "Le Musée des Vampires" )

PICACAS [ India ]

( from: "Mythologie Générale" )

PIGUCHEN [ Chile ]

( from: McHargue "Meet the Vampire" )

PIJAUICA [ Croatia ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire - his Kith and Kin" )

PIJAVICA [ Croatia ]

( from: Gabriel Ronay "The Dracula Myth" )

PIJAVIKA [ Croatia ]

( from: Peter Haining "A Dictionary of Vampires" )

PIJAWICA [ Croatia ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

PIJAWIKA [ Croatia ]

( from: Ornella Volta "The Vampire" )

PIJVICA [ Croatia, Slovenia ]

( from: Nigel Jackson "Compleat Vampyre" )

PIKULAS [ Lithuania ]

( from: "Mythologie Générale" )

PIPASANG [ Occitan language ]

vampire, bloodsucker.
( from: Dictionary )

PISACA [ India ]

( from: Rosemary Ellen Guiley "The Complete Vampire Companian" )

PISÂCHÂ [ India ]

( from: Dudley Wright "Vampires and Vampirism" )

PISÂCHAS [ India ]

( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

PISHAUCHEES [ India ]

( from: R.E.L. Masters "Eros and Evil" )

PISHTAKO [ Bolivia ]

( from: Nathan Wachtel "Dieux et Vampires" )

PITARAS [ India ]

Dead forefathers in the shape of birds. Can be benevolent or malevolent.
( from: E. H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

PLÃTENIK [ Bulgaria ]

( from: Peter Mario Kreuter "Der Vampirglaube in Südosteuropa" )

PLATNIK [ Bulgaria ]

( from: Claude Lecouteux "Histoire des Vampires" )

PLOTENIK [ Bulgaria ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

PLOTNIK [ Bulgaria ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

PLUTNIK [ Bulgaria ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Daemon Contamination" )

PLUTENIK [ Bulgaria ]

Name for vampire in Northern Bulgaria.
( from: Ivanichka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

POCITOR [ Romania ]

Local name used to indicate a vampire.
( from: Adrien Cremene "Mythologie du Vampire en Roumanie" )

POLEDNICA [ Slavs ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

POLONG [ Malaysia ]

( from: Anthony Masters "The Natural History of the Vampire" )

POLUDNICA [ Slavs ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

POLUDNITSI [ Czechs ]

Evil spirits that attacked young mothers and their babies.
( from: Ivanichka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

POLUDNIOWKA [ Poland ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

PONTIANAK [ Malaysia ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire - his Kith and Kin" )

PONTIANAKS [ Java ]

Bloodsucking demons that emanate from corpses.
( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

PORCELNIK [ Russia ]

( from: J. Gordon Melton "The Vampire Book" )

PRALING [ Cambodia ]

The malicious ghosts of women who have died giving birth.
( from: Pierre Bitard "Le Monde du Sorcier au Cambodge" )

PRETA [ India ]

The newly dead who wander around hungry.
( from: E.H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

PRICCOLITSCH [ Wallachia ]

( from: Montague Summers )

PRICOLICI [ Romania ]

( from: Arthur & Albert Schott "Rumänische Volkserzählungen aus dem Banat" )

PRICOLICIONE [ Romania ]

( from: Arthur & Albert Schott "Rumänische Volkserzählungen aus dem Banat" )

PRICULICI [ Romania ]

( from: Arthur & Albert Schott "Rumänische Volkserzählungen aus dem Banat" )

PRICULICIONE [ Romania ]

( from: Arthur & Albert Schott "Rumänische Volkserzählungen aus dem Banat" )

PRIECOLITSCHONE [ Wallachia ]

( from: Peter Haining )

PRIKOLICS [ Transylvania ]

( from: Tekla Dömötör "A Magyar né Hiedelemvilága" )

PRIKOLITSCH [ Wallachia ]

( from: Nigel Jackson "Compleat Vampyre" )

PRIKOSAC [ Croatia ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "The Darkling" )

PRIKOSAC [ Serbia ]

( from: Peter Mario Kreuter "Der Vampirglaube in Südosteuropa" )

PRYCCOLITCH [ Romania ]

Type of vampire closest to the werewolf.
( from: Adrien Cremene "Mythologie du Vampire en Roumanie" )

PRZYPOLUDNICA [ Poland ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

PUNYAIAMA [ India ]

( from: Ornella Volta "The Vampire" )

PURKULICS [ Transylvania ]

( from: Tekla Dömötör "A Magyar né Hiedelemvilága" )

PÜTZHÜPFER [ Germany ]

Other German name for "Ignis Fatuus".
( from: E. H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

RAKCHASAS [ India ]

( from: "Mythologie Générale" )

RAKSASA [ India ]

( from: Rosemary Ellen Guiley "The Complete Vampire Companian" )

RAKSHAS [ India ]

( from: A.H. Krappe )

RAKSHASA [ India ]

( from: Dudley Wright "Vampires and Vampirism" )

RAKSHASHA [ India ]

( from: Anthony Masters "The Natural History of the Vampire" )

RALARATRI [ India ]

( from: R.E.L. Masters "Eros and Evil" )

RAMANGA [ Madagascar ]

( from: Anthony Masters "The Natural History of the Vampire" )

RÄTZEL [ Germany ]

Other name for "Alp".
( from: E.H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

RAVANA [ India ]

( from: Montague Summers )

REDCAP [ Scotland ]

( from: Anthony Masters "The Natural History of the Vampire" )

RETTELE [ Germany, Switzerland ]

Other name for "Alp".
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubes" )

REVENANT [ French ]

French name for one who returns from the dead.
( from: E. H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

RITTMEIJE [ Baltrum ]

Other name for "Alp".
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubes" )

RITZEL [ Germany, Switzerland ]

Other name for "Alp".
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubes" )

ROGGENFRAU [ Germany ]

Demonic being that attacked workers if they went asleep in a rye field. As a result of her attack those sleepers then changed into Roggenwölfe.
( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

ROGGENWÖLFE [ Germany ]

Special type of werewolf.
( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

ROLANG [ Tibet ]

( from: Alexandra David-Neel "Magic and Mystery in Tibet" )

RÔ-LANG [ Tibet ]

( from: Robert Ambelain "La Magie Sacrée" )

RUSALKA [ Slavic ]

( from: R.E.L. Masters "Eros and Evil" )

RUSALKY [ Russia ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

SAMCA [ Romania ]

Very malevolant and bloodthirsty monster, half woman half bear.
( Adrien Cremene "Mythologie du Vampire en Roumanie" )

SAMODIVA [ Bulgaria ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

SAMOVILA [ Bulgaria ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

SAMPIRO [ Albania ]

( from: Gabriel Ronay "The Dracula Myth" )

SAMSOMOLETS [ Bulgaria ]

Bulgarian name for vampire.
( from: Ivanitchka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

SANGSUE [ French language ]

Bloodsucker - other name for a vampire.
( from: Dictionary )

SANGUISUGA [ Italian language ]

The Italian word for bloodsucker or leech.
( from: "Lo Zingarelli Minore", 1995 )

SANGUISUGA [ Latin ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire - his Kith and Kin" )

SARKOMENOS [ Cyprus ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire - his Kith and Kin" )

SASABONSAM [ Ashanti ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire - his Kith and Kin" )

SBURATOR [ Romania ]

( from: McNally & Florescu )

SCHRAT [ Germany ]

Other name for "Mahr" or "Alp".
( from: Wolfgang Golther "Handbuch der Germanische Mythologie" )

SCHRÄTLEIN [ Germany ]

( from: Lutz Mackensen "Geister, Hexen und Zauber" )

SCHRÄTTELE [ Germany ]

"Alp"-like creature in the shape of a cat that sucks blood.
( from: E.H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

SCHRATTELI [ Switzerland ]

Being that causes nightmares
( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

SCHRÄTTELI [ Switzerland ]

Swiss name for an "Alp"-like being.
( from: E.H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

SCHRATTL [ Kärnthen ]

Austrian name for an "Alp"-like being.
( from: E. H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

SCHRÄTTLIG [ Germany, Switzerland ]

Other name for "Alp".
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubes" )

SCHRÄTZEL [ Germany, Switzerland ]

Other name for "Alp".
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubes" )

SCHRÄTZMÄNNEL [ Germany, Switzerland ]

Other name for "Alp".
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubes" )

SCHRECKLE [ Germany, Switzerland ]

Other name for "Alp".
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubes" )

SCHRECKSEL [ Germany, Switzerland ]

Other name for "Alp".
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubes" )

SCHRETTELE [ Germany ]

Other name for "Mahr" or "Alp".
( from: Wolfgang Golther "Handbuch der Germanische Mythologie" )

SCHRETZLEIN [ Germany ]

Other name for "Mahr" or "Alp".
( from: Wolfgang Golther "Handbuch der Germanische Mythologie" )

SCHRÖTLEIN [ Germany ]

( from: Sturm & Völker "Von denen Vampiren oder Menschensaugern" )

SEFAF IN DEM [ North Africa ]

( from: Robert Ambelain "Le Vampirisme - de la légende au réel" )

SHTRIGA [ Albania ]

( from: Harry A. Senn "Were-Wolf and Vampire in Romania" )

SIL [ Assyria ]

Assyrian type of incubus
( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

SILET [ Assyria ]

Assyrian type of succubus
( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

SISCA [ Romania ]

Other name for a vampire.
( from: Adrien Cremene "Mythologie du Vampire en Roumanie" )

SISCOÏ [ Romania ]

Other name for a vampire.
( from: Adrien Cremene "Mythologie du Vampire en Roumanie" )

SIVA [ India ]

( from: Peter Haining "A Dictionary of Vampires" )

SMARRA [ Greece ]

( from: anon. "Les Spectres et les Démons" )

SMEL [ Cambodia ]

A kind of "Were-tiger"
( from: Pierre Bitard "Le Monde du Sorcier au Cambodge" )

SNAXAR [ Russia ]

( from: J. Gordon Melton "The Vampire Book" )

SOUCOUYANT [ Trinidad ]

( from: ??? )

SOUCOUYEN [ Trinidad ]

( from: A.D. Russell "Legends of the Bocas" )

SOULÈVES [ France ]

Other name for Succubi
( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

SRIZ [ Silesia ]

( from: Ornella Volta "The Vampire" )

STEMPE [ Tyrol ]

Austrian name for an "Alp".
( from: E.H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

STIGES [ Ancient Rome ]

( from: "Horrific World of Monsters" )

STIGOI [ Romania ]

( from: Anthony Masters "The Natural History of the Vampire" )

STRÄDEL [ Germany, Switzerland ]

Other name for "Alp".
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubes" )

STREGA [ Italy ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire in Europe" )

STREGHOI [ Wallachia ]

( from: Nigel Jackson "Compleat Vampyre" )

STRIE

( from: Massimo Centini "Sulle Tracce dei Vampiri" )

STRIEM [ Albania ]

( from: "A Dictionary of Devils & Demons" )

STRIGA [ Ancient Rome ]

The Fly-by-Night
( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

STRIGÃ [ Romania ]

Witch that returns after its death as a vampire.
( from: Adrien Cremene "Mythologie du Vampire en Roumanie" )

STRIGAE [ Ancient Rome ]

( from: Dudley Wright "Vampires and Vampirism" )

STRIGAS [ Ancient Rome ]

( from: Ernest Jones "On the Vampire" )

STRIGE [ Romania ]

Witch that returns after its death as a vampire.
( from: Adrien Cremene "Mythologie du Vampire en Roumanie" )

STRIGEN [ Ancient Rome ]

( from: Elisabeth Wallinger "Hekates Töchter" )

STRIGES

( from: Massimo Centini "Sulle Tracce dei Vampiri" )

STRIGLA [ Greece ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire in Europe" )

STRIGLAIS [ Greece ]

( from: Montague Summers )

STRIGOAICA [ Romania ]

( from: J. Gordon Melton "The Vampire Book" )

STRIGOAÏCÃ [ Romania ]

General name for female vampire.
( from: Adrien Cremene "Mythologie du Vampire en Roumanie" )

STRIGOAIE [ Romania ]

( from: Andrew Mackenzie "Dracula Country" )

STRIGOANÃ [ Romania ]

( from: Adrien Cremene "Mythologie du Vampire en Roumanie" )

STRIGOI [ Romania ]

( from: Harry A. Senn "Were-Wolf and Vampire in Romania" )

STRIGOI MORT [ Romania ]

( from: Harry A. Senn "Were-Wolf and Vampire in Romania" )

STRIGOI VII [ Romania ]

( from: Harry A. Senn "Were-Wolf and Vampire in Romania" )

STRIGOIAICA [ Romania ]

( from: Harry A. Senn "Were-Wolf and Vampire in Romania" )

STRIGOICA [ Romania ]

( from: Montague Summers )

STRIGOÏ [ Romania ]

( from: Adrien Cremene "Mythologie du Vampire en Roumanie" )

STRIGOIU [ Romania ]

( from: Anthony Masters "The Natural History of the Vampire" )

STRIGOIUL [ Romania ]

( from: Gabriel Ronay "The Dracula Myth" )

STRIGON [ Istria ]

Sorcerer who sucks the blood of children.
( from: www.istrianet.org "Vampires and Witches in Istria" )

STRIGONI [ Istria ]

Plural for STRIGON
( from: www.istrianet.org "Vampires and Witches in Istria" )

STRIGUN [ Serbia ]

( from: Peter Mario Kreuter "Der Vampirglaube in Südosteuropa" )

STRINGLA [ Greece ]

( from: Frater Piarus "Vampire und Blutrituale" )

STRIX [ Ancient Rome ]

( from: Dom Calmet "Dissertation sur les Revenants en Corps,
les Excommuniés, Les Oupirs ou Vampires, Brucolaques, etc." )

STRYGE

( from: Julien Tondriau "L'Occultisme" )

STRYGIA

( from: Dudley Wright "Vampires and Vampirism" )

STRYGIE

( from: Dudley Wright "Vampires and Vampirism" )

STRYX [ Poland ]

( from: Francois Ribadeau Dumas "A la Recherche des Vampires" )

STRYZ [ Prussia ]

( from: Ornella Volta "The Vampire" )

STRZYGA [ Poland ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

STRZYGON [ Poland ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

STRZYZ [ Poland ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

SUCCUBI

Plural for "Succubus" - other name for "Hyphialtes" or "Unterliegerinnen".
( from: Johannes Praetorius "Blockes-Berge Verrichtung" )

SUCCUBUS

Nocturnal demon that visits sleeping men
( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

SUCETTES [ Haiti ]

( from: Alfred Métraux "Voodoo" )

SUCOYAN [ West Indies ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

SUKUYAN [ Trinidad ]

( from: J. Gordon Melton "The Vampire Book" )

SUNDAL BOLONG [ Java ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

SVARCOLACI

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire in Europe" )

SVÎRCOLAC [ Romania ]

Spirit of a dead or living vampire that causes eclipses.
( from: Adrien Cremene "Mythologie du Vampire en Roumanie" )

SVIRTSI [ Bulgaria ]

Deceased unbaptised children that have turned into evil demons.
( from: Ivanichka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

SWAMX [ Burma ]

( from: R.E.L. Masters "Eros and Evil" )

SWAWMX [ Burma ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )


TALAMAUR [ Polynesia ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire - his Kith and Kin" )

TALAMUR [ Melanesia ]

( from: Dudley Wright "Vampires and Vampirism" )

TALASÃM [ Bulgaria ]

( from: Peter Mario Kreuter "Der Vampirglaube in Südosteuropa" )

TALASUM [ Serbia ]

( from: Peter Mario Kreuter "Der Vampirglaube in Südosteuropa" )

TAXIM [ Eastern Europe ]

A revenant in the shape of a decomposing cadaver.
( from: Nigel Jackson "Compleat Vampyre" )

TEBO [ Western Zaire ]

A revenant in the shape of a decomposing cadaver.
( from: Jan Knappert "African Mythology" )

TENATZ [ Montenegro ]

( from: Woislav M. Petrovitch "Hero Tales and Legends of the Serbians")

TENEC [ Bulgaria ]

( from: Claude Lecouteux "Histoire des Vampires" )

TENETS [ Bulgaria, Serbia ]

Name for vampire in North Western Bulgaria.
( from: Ivanichka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

TENGU [ Japan ]

( from: Raymond T. McNally "A Clutch of Vampires" )

TENJAC [ Croatia ]

( from: Jan L. Perkkowski )

TEZCATLIPOCA [ Mexico ]

( from: Francois Ribadeau Dumas "A la Recherche des Vampires" )

TII [ Polynesia ]

( from: R.E.L. Masters "Eros and Evil" )

TIMPANITA [ Greece ]

( from: Ornella Volta "The Vampire" )

TLACIQUES [ Mexico ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

TLAHUELPUCHI [ Mexico ]

( from: Nutini & Roberts "Bloodsucking Witchcraft" )

TOCI [ Mexico ]

Bloodthirsty Aztec Goddess also know as "Tonantzin".
( from: John Bierhorst "The Hungry Woman - Myths & Legends of the Aztecs")

TOGGELI [ Germany ]

Other name for "Alp".
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubes" )

TONANTZIN [ Mexico ]

Bloodthirsty Aztec Goddess also know as "Toci".
( from: John Bierhorst "The Hungry Woman - Myths & Legends of the Aztecs")

TOPYAK [ Bulgaria ]

Name for vampire in South-Western Bulgaria.
( from: Ivanichka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

TÖRIN [ Styria ]

( from: E.H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

TOTBEISSER [ Germany ]

( from: Alfons Schweiggert "Wunderwesen" )

TOTENKÜSSER [ Germany ]

Other name for "Nachzehrer".
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubes" )

TREMPE [ Germany ]

Other name for "Alp".
( from: E. H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

TRICCOLITCH [ Romania ]

Type of vampire that is closest to a werewolf.
( from: Adrien Cremene "Mythologie du Vampire en Roumanie" )

TRICOLICI [ Romania ]

Type of vampire that is closest to a werewolf.
( from: Adrien Cremene "Mythologie du Vampire en Roumanie" )

TRICOLITCH [ Romania ]

Type of vampire that is closest to a werewolf.
( from: Adrien Cremene "Mythologie du Vampire en Roumanie" )

TRUD [ Germany ]

Other name for female type of "Alp".
( from: E.H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

TRUDE [ Germany ]

Other name for female type of "Alp".
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubens" )

TRUDER [ Germany ]

Other name for male type of "Alp".
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubens" )

TRUDERER [ Germany ]

Other name for male type of "Alp".
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubens" )

TRUDNER [ Germany ]

Other name for male type of "Alp".
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubens" )

TRUT [ Germany ]

Other name for "Mahr" or "Alp".
( from: Wolfgang Golther "Handbuch der Germanische Mythologie" )

TRUTE [ Germany ]

Other name for female type of "Alp".
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubens" )

TRUTT [ Germany ]

Other name for female type of "Alp".
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubens" )

TRUTTE [ Germany ]

Other name for female type of "Alp".
( from: Sturm & Völker "Von denen Vampiren oder Menschensaugern")

TÜ [ Polynesia ]

( from: Montague Summers )

TUMPANIAIOI [ Greece ]

( from: "Le Musée des Vampires" )

TYMPANIAIOS [ Greece ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire in Europe" )

TYMPANITÄ [ Greece ]

( from: Peter Haining )

UBER [ Turkey ]

Turkish word for "witch"
( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

UBIR [ Volga region ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski )

UBOUR [ Bulgaria ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

UHÜE [ Pommerania, Prussia ]

( from: Leo Gerschke )

UJESTIZE [ ? ]

( from: anon. "Les Spectres et les Démons" )

UKODLAK [ Croatia, Dalmatia ]

( from: Claude Lecouteux "Histoire des Vampires" )

UNBEGIER [ Germany ]

Other name for "Nachzehrer".
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubes" )

UNDEAD [ English language ]

( from: Bram Stoker "Dracula" )

UNGEHEUER [ Germany ]

Other name for "Wiedergänger".
( from: E.H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

UNHIR [ Pommerania ]

( from: S. Seligman "Die Zauberkraft des Auges und das Berufen" )

UNHOLDE [ Germany ]

Other name for a Witch.
( from: Johannes Praetorius "Blockes-Berge Verrichtung" )

UNTERLIEGERIN [ German language ]

Other name for "Succubus" or "Hyphialtes".
( from: Johannes Praetorius "Blockes-Berge Verrichtung" )

UNTERLIEGERINNEN [ German language ]

Plural for "Unterliegerin".

UPAR [ Byelorus ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

UPEER [ Ukraina ]

( from: Dudley Wright "Vampires and Vampirism" )

UPERICE [ Czechoslovakia ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

UPI [ Kashubia ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

UPIER [ Poland ]

( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

UPIERCSA [ Poland ]

( from: Ornella Volta "The Vampire" )

UPIERCZI [ Russia ]

( from: Anthony Masters "The Natural History of the Vampire" )

UPIERI

( from: Massimo Centini "Sulle Tracce dei Vampiri" )

UPIERZ [ Poland ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "The Darkling" )

UPIERZHY [ Russia ]

( from: Gabriel Ronay "The Dracula Myth" )

UPIERZYCA [ Poland ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "The Darkling" )

UPIERZYCA [ Ruthenia ]

( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

UPIOR [ Poland ]

Polish name for a vampire.
( from: Ivanichka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

UPIR [ Czechoslovakia, Russia ]

Czech and Russian name for a vampire.
( from: Ivanichka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

UPIR [ Ukrainan Language ]

( from: Dictionary )

UPIR [ Bulgaria ]

( from: Peter Mario Kreuter "Der Vampirglaube in Südosteuropa" )

UPIRI

( from: Massimo Centini "Sulle Tracce dei Vampiri" )

UPIRICA

( from: Jan L. Perkowski )

UPIRINA [ Ragusa ]

( from: S. Seligman "Die Zauberkraft des Auges und das Berufen" )

UPIRj [ Russian Language ]

( from: Dictionary )

UPIRJA

( from: Jan L. Perkowski )

UPIROY [ Poland ]

( from: Norbert Borrmann "Vampirismus" )

UPIRY [ Russia ]

( from: Norbert Borrmann "Vampirismus" )

UPOR [ Byelorus ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

UPPIR [ Russia ]

( from: J. Gordon Melton "The Vampire Book" )

UPUIR [ South Russia ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire - his Kith and Kin" )

UPYR [ Russia ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire - his Kith and Kin" )

USUANGA [ Philippines ]

other name for ASUANG
( from: "Journal of American Folklore" )

USTREL [ Bulgaria ]

( from: J. Gordon Melton "The Vampire Book" )

UT [ India ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

UTUKKU [ Babylon ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire - his Kith and Kin" )

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VAERULF [ Denmark ]

( from: Ian Woodward "The Werewolf Delusion" )

VÃLKOLAK [ Bulgaria ]

( from: Peter Mario Kreuter "Der Vampirglaube in Südosteuropa" )

VAMPERA

( from: Jan L. Perkowski )

VAMPIER [ Dutch language ]

Vampier, m. 1. (volgens het volksgeloof, inz. volgens dat van de Slavische bevolking in Z. Europa) dode die 's nachts zijn graf verlaat om de mensen het bloed uit te zuigen; - 2. uitzuiger, woekeraar; - 3. verleidelijke vrouw die mannen zoekt te exploiteren en financieel ten gronde richten; vamp; - 4. ben. voor versch. soorten van Zuid-amerikaanse vleermuizen, waarvan sommige, b.v. Desmodus rotundusen Diphylla ecaudata, zich voeden met bloed dat zij uit kleine wonden zuigen.

( from: "Van Dale - Groot Woordenboek der Nederlandse Taal", 1976 )

VAMPIEREN [ Dutch language ]

Less commonly used plural for "Vampier".

VAMPIERS [ Dutch language ]

Plural for "Vampier".

VAMPIIR [ Estonian language ]

( from: Dictionary )

VAMPIJEROVIC [ Balkan Gypsies ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "The Darkling" )

VAMPIR [ Bulgarian language ]

( from: Dictionary )

VÁMPIR [ Hungary ]

( from: Gabriel Ronay "The Dracula Myth" )

VAMPIR [ German language ]

Vampir, m. - Angehöriger einer Familie der Fledermäuse, die kein Blut saugen, sonder es nur auflecken: Desmodontidae; Sy Blutsauger; (Volksglaube) blutsaugendes Nachtgespenst; (danach) Blutsauger, Wucherer.

( from: "Wahrig Deutsches Wörterbuch", 1980 )


VAMPIR [ Occitan language ]

( from: Dictionary )

VAMPIR [ Romanian language ]

Vampir, vampiri, s.m. 1. Numele unor specii de lilieci mari din America de Sud si din America Centralã, care se hrãnesc cu sîngele pãsãrilor si al animalelor. 2. Personaj din mitologia popularã, despre care se crede cã suge sîngele celor vii; persoanã care se îmbogãteste prin exploatarea cruntã a altora.

( from: "Dictionar al Limbii Romãne Contemporane", 1980 )

VAMPIR [ Russian language ]

( from: Dictionary )

VAMPIR [ Serbian Language ]

( from: Dictionary )

VAMPIR [ Ukrainian language ]

( from: Dictionary )

VAMPIRA [ Italian language ]

feminine for "Vampiro".

VAMPIRAS [ Macedonia ]

( from: Montague Summers )

VAMPIRE [ English language ]

Vampire, n. [Fr., from G. vampyr, and that from Serv. vampir, vampira, a vampire.] 1. A kind of spectral being or ghost still possessing a human body, which according to a superstition existing among the Slavonic and other races on the lower Danube, leaves the grave during the night and maintains a semblance of life by sucking the warm blood of living men and women while they are asleep. Dead wizards, werewolves, heretics, and such like outcasts, become vampires, as do the illegitimate offspring of parents themselves illegitimate, and anyone killed by a vampire. On the discovery of a vampire's grave, the body all fresh and ruddy, must be disinterred, thrust through with a white-thorn stake, and burned. 2. A person who preys on others; an extortioner or blood-sucker. 3. A vampire bat.

( from: "The Imperial Dictionary", ca.1900 )

VAMPIRE [ French language ]

Vampire, m. 1. Mort qui , selon certaines croyances populaires sort la nuit de son tombeau pour sucer le sang des vivants. 2. Fig. Homme qui s'enrichit aux dépens des autres. Fig. Assasin sadique. 3. Zool. Nomme donné à certains chiroptères. On distingue les faux vampires qui appartiennent à la fam. des mégadermatidés d'Afrique tropicale, d'Asie méridionale et d'Australie, et à celle des phyllostomatidés dont l'envergure peut atteindre 1,50 m et qui habitent les forêts d'Amérique; se nourissent d'insectes, de petits proies, de fruits. Les véritables vampires appartiennent à la famille des desmodontidés et se trouvent surtout en Amérique du S.; leurs incisives très développées pratiquent des lésions dans la peau des animaux et même de l'homme et leur langue pompe le sang dans la blessure.

( from: "Dictionnaire Usuel Illustré" - Flammarion, 1983 )

VAMPIRE [ German language ]

plural for "Vampir".
( from: Dictionary )

VAMPIRES [ English and French language ]

plural for "Vampire".
( from: Dictionary )

VAMPIRESA [ Balkan Gypsies ]

Daughter of a vampire
( from: Jan L. Perkowski "The Darkling" )

VAMPIRI [ Bulgaria ]

Plural for "vampir"
( from: Ivanichka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

VAMPIRI [ Italian language ]

plural for "Vampiro"
( from: Dictionary )

VAMPIRIC [ Balkan Gypsies ]

Child of a vampire
( from: Jan L. Perkowski )

VAMPIRO [ Italian language ]

Vampiro s. m. (f. -a nel sign. 3) 1. Nelle credenze popolari, spettro che abbandona di notte la tomba e assale i viventi, per succhiarne il sangue.
2. Correntemente, pipistrello americano che si nutre di insetti, fruta, e talvolta anche di sangue, con grandi appendici laminari nella regione nasale che conferiscono al muso un aspetto orrendo. 3. (fig.) Strozzino, usuraio.

( from: "Lo Zingarelli Minore", 1995 )

VAMPIRO [ Portuguese language ]

Vampiro, m. Entidade imaginária que, segundo a superstição popular, sai das sepulturas para sugar o sangue dos vivos. Fig. Aquele que enriquece àcusta alheia ou por meios ilícitos. Aquele que explora os pobres em seu proveito. Assassino, que comete numerosos crimes, misteriosos e sádicos. Mulher fatal. Grande morcego da America do Sul., (Fr. vampire).

( from: "Pequeno Dicionário da Lingua Portuguesa", 1987 )

VAMPIRO [ Spanish language ]

Vampiro, m. Espectro imaginario de vida nocturna que se sustena de sangre humana chupada a sus víctimas.

( from: Dictionary )

VAMPIROVITCH [ Balkan ]

( from: Ornella Volta "The Vampire" )

VAMPYR [ Dutch language (old) ]

( from: Dictionary )

VAMPYR [ German language (old) ]

( from: Dictionary )

VAMPYR [ Norwegian language ]

( from: Dictionary )

VAMPYRAS [ Lithuanian language ]

( from: Dictionary )

VAMPYRAS [ Macedonia ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

VAMPYRE [ English language (old) ]

( from: Dictionary )

VAMPYRES [ English language (old) ]

plural of "Vampyre"
( from: Dictionary )

VAMPYRUS [ Modern Latin language ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire - his Kith and Kin" )

VAMPYYRI [ Finnish language ]

( from: "FinnPlace dictionary" )

VANPIR [ Serbia, Slavs ]

( from: Norbert Borrmann "Vampirismus" )

VANPIRI [ Serbia, Slavs ]

( from: Norbert Borrmann "Vampirismus" ) plural of "Vanpir"

VANPIRS

( from: Robert Ambelain "Le Vampirisme - de la légende au réel" )

VÃPÃR [ Bulgaria ]

( from: Peter Mario Kreuter "Der Vampirglaube in Südosteuropa" )

VAPER [ Bulgaria ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Daemon Contamination" )

VAPIR [ Bulgaria & Servia ]

( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

VARCOLAC [ Romania ]

( from: Montague Summers ) see: vîrcolac

VÂRCOLAC [ Romania ]

( from: Anthony Masters "The Natural History of the Vampire" ) see: vîrcolac

VARCOLACI [ Romania ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire in Europe" ) see: vîrcolaci

VARCOLACO [ Romania ]

( from: Ornella Volta "The Vampire" ) see: vîrcolac

VARDOULACHA

( from: John Polidori "The Vampyre" )

VARGULFR [ Norway ]

( from: Ian Woodward "The Werewolf Delusion" )

VARG-ÚLFR [ Iceland ]

( from: Ian Woodward "The Werewolf Delusion" )

VARKOLAK

( from: Jan L. Perkowski )

VÃRKOLAK [ Bulgaria ]

( from: Peter Mario Kreuter "Der Vampirglaube in Südosteuropa" )

VAROU [ Guernsey ]

A type of werewolf from Guernsey and the Channel Islands
( from: Nigel Jackson "Compleat Vampyre" )

VAROYI [ Zimbabwe ]

Sorcerer who feeds on the life-force of his victims.
( from: Jan Knappert "African Mythology" )

VARULF [ Norway, Sweden ]

( from: Ian Woodward "The Werewolf Delusion" )

VEDA [ India ]

( from: Ornella Volta "The Vampire" )

VEDAVEC [ Istria ]

Sorcerer who sucks the blood of children.
( from: www.istrianet.org "Vampires and Witches in Istria" )

VÉDOMEC [ Slovenia ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

VELES [ Lithuania ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

VENCUL [ Istria ]

Local name for an incubus
( from: www.istrianet.org "Vampires and Witches in Istria" )

VEPIR [ Bulgaria ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire - his Kith and Kin" )

VEPYR [ Ruthenia ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire - his Kith and Kin" )

VERCOLAC [ Romania ]

Spirit of a dead or living vampire that causes eclipses.
( from: Adrien Cremene "Mythologie du Vampire en Roumanie" ) see: vîrcolac.

VERCOLACH [ Romania ]

( from: Adrien Cremene "Mythologie du Vampire en Roumanie" ) see: vîrcolac.

VEREIMEJA [ Estonian language ]

( from: Dictionary )

VERE-IMEJA [ Estonia ]

( from: Alan Dundes "The Vampire - a Casebook" )

VERENIMIJÄ [ Finland ]

Vampire, leech, bloodsucker
( from: "FinnPlace dictionary" )

VERIPARD [ Estonia ]

( from: Alan Dundes "The Vampire - a Casebook" )

VERSIERO [ Italy ]

( from: Ian Woodward "The Werewolf Delusion" )

VERSIPELLIS [ Ancient Rome ]

Versipellis (=skin-changer) is the Roman name for a werewolf.
( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

VESCHIJ [ Kashubia ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

VESHTITSA [ Serbia ]

( from: Chedo Mijatovich"Servia and the Servians" )

VESHTITSI [ Serbia, Byelorus ]

Evil spirits that attacked young mothers and their babies.
( from: Ivanichka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

VESHTITZA [ Serbia ]

( from: Woislav M. Petrovitch "Hero Tales and Legends of the Serbians" )

VETALA [ India ]

( from: Dudley Wright "Vampires and Vampirism" )

VIDME [ Bukovina ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire in Europe" )

VIECHTITSA

( from: R.E.L. Masters "Eros and Evil" )

VIEDMA [ Russia ]

A Witch.
( from: Nigel Jackson "Compleat Vampyre" )

VIESCZY [ Russia ]

( from: Ornella Volta "The Vampire" )

VIESTAE [ Bulgaria ]

A male Witch.
( from: Nigel Jackson "Compleat Vampyre" )

VIESZCY [ Kashubia ]

( from: Anthony Masters "The Natural History of the Vampire" )

VIESZEY [ Slovenia, Kashubia ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire - his Kith and Kin" )

VIKODLAK [ Savic ]

( from: "A Treasury of Witchcraft" )

VILA [ Slavs ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

VILKODLAK [ Czechia ]

( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

VILKOLAK [ Poland ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire in Europe" )

VIPIR [ Bulgaria ]

( from: Peter Mario Kreuter "Der Vampirglaube in Südosteuropa" )

VÎRCOLAC [ Romania]

Imaginary creature that is thought to eat the moon or the sun, causing eclipses.
( from: "Dictionar al Limbii Romãne Contemporane", 1980 )
Spirit of a dead or living vampire that causes eclipses.
( from: Adrien Cremene "Mythologie du Vampire en Roumanie" )

VÎRCOLACI [ Romania]

Plural for vîrcolac

VJESCEY [ Poland ]

( from: J. Gordon Melton "The Vampire Book" )

VJESCI [ Poland ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

VJESCIRICA [ Bulgaria ]

A female Witch.
( from: Nigel Jackson "Compleat Vampyre" )

VJESHTITZA [ Montenegro ]

( from: J. Gordon Melton "The Vampire Book" )

VJESTICA [ Slavonic ]

The Slav word for "Witch".
( from: Nigel Jackson "Compleat Vampyre" )

VJESZCZI [ Kashubia ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

VLEPIR [ Bulgaria ]

( from: Peter Mario Kreuter "Der Vampirglaube in Südosteuropa" )

VLKLODLAK [ Slavs ]

( from: Harry A. Senn "Were-Wolf and Vampire in Romania" )

VLKODLAK [ Serbia ]

( from: Woislav M. Petrovitch "Hero Tales and Legends of the Serbians" )

VLKOSLAK [ Serbia ]

( from: Gabriel Ronay "The Dracula Myth" )

VLOKODLAK [ Bulgaria ]

( from: B. J. Hurwood "Vampires, Werewolved and Ghouls" )

VLUKODLAK [ Bulgaria ]

( from: Ian Woodward "The Werewolf Delusion" )

VODOVYJ OPYR [ SubCarpathic Russia ]

Water spirit that has a vampirical nature.
( from: Pëtr Bogatyrëv "Vampires in the Carpathians" )

VOERDALAK [ Russia ]

( from: van Loon & Didden "Vampierhandboek" )

VOIRVODAKOI [ Albania ]

( from: Montague Summers )

VOLKODLAK [ Russia ]

Russian name for werewolf.
( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

VOLKODLAK [ Slovenia ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire - his Kith and Kin" )

VOLKOLAK [ Dalmatia ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

VOLKULAKU [ Russia ]

( from: Ian Woodward "The Werewolf Delusion" )

VOMPIR [ Bulgaria, Macedonia ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski )

VOMPIRAS [ Macedonia ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "The Darkling" )

VOOKODLAK [ Serbia ]

( from: Woislav M. Petrovitch "Hero Tales and Legends of the Serbians" )

VOPER [ Bulgaria ]

( from: Peter Mario Kreuter "Der Vampirglaube in Südosteuropa" )

VOPYR [ Russian ]

( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

VORKOLAKA [ Albania ]

( from: Frater Piarus "Vampire und Blutrituale" )

VORKUDLAK [ Istria ]

( from: www.istrianet.org "Vampires and Witches in Istria" )

VOUKODLAKS

( from: R.E.L. Masters "Eros and Evil" )

VOUKOUDLAK [ Montenegro ]

( from: Prof. P. Jones "The Pobratim" )

VOURDALAK [ Russia ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

VOURKOLAKAS [ Greece ]

Greek name for a vampire
( from: Ivanichka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

VOURKÓLAKAS [ Greece ]

( from: Montague Summers )

VOURKOLAKES [ Greece ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

VOURVOLAKOI [ Albania ]

( from: Montague Summers )

VPIR

( from: Jan L. Perkowski )

VRAPIRIN [ Bulgaria ]

( from: Peter Mario Kreuter "Der Vampirglaube in Südosteuropa" )

VRKOLAK [ Bulgaria ]

( from: Harry A. Senn "Were-Wolf and Vampire in Romania" )

VROLOK [ Slovakia ]

( from: Bram Stoker "Dracula" )

VROUCOLACA [ Greece ]

( from: B.J. Hurwood "Vampires, Werewolves & Ghouls" )

VROUCOLACAS [ Greece ]

( from: anon. "Les Spectres et les Démons" )

VROUCOLACAS [ Romania ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire in Europe" )

VROUCOLOCHA

( from: John Polidori "The Vampyre" )

VROUCOLOCHAS [ the Levant ]

( from: Lord Byron "The Works of Lord Byron" )

VROUKOLAKAS [ Macedonia ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "The Darkling" )

VROUKOLUKAS [ Greece ]

( from: Jean-Paul Roux "Le Sang" )

VRUKOLAK [ Morlacchia ]

( from: Massimo Centini "Sulle Tracce dei Vampiri" )

VRUKOLAKA

( from: Dudley Wright "Vampires and Vampirism" )

VRUKÓLAKA [ Northern Greece ]

( from: Dudley Wright "Vampires and Vampirism" )

VRUKÓLAKAS [ Greek Islands ]

( from: Montague Summers )

VRUKOLAKAS [ Greece ]

( from: Dudley Wright "Vampires and Vampirism" )

VRUKOLAKOS [ Santorini ]

( from: Montague Summers )

VRYKOLAKA [ Balkan ]

( from: R.E.L. Masters "Eros and Evil" )

VRYKOLAKAS [ Greece ]

( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

VRYKOLAKES [ Greece ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire in Europe" )

VRYKOLAKO [ Greece ]

( from: Gabriel Ronay "The Dracula Myth" )

VRYKOLAKOS

( from: Anthony Masters "The Natural History of the Vampire" )

VRYKOLATIOS [ Santorini ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

VRYKOLOKAS

( from: Montague Summers )

VRYOLAKAS [ Macedonia ]

( from: Ornella Volta "The Vampire" )

VUK [ Croatia, Dalmatia ]

( from: Claude Lecouteux "Histoire des Vampires" )

VUKODIAK [ Danube region ]

( from: Francois Ribadeau Dumas "A la Recherche des Vampires" )

VUKODLACK

( from: anon. "Les Spectres et les Démons" )

VUKODLAK [ Serbian Language ]

( from: Dictionary )

VUKODLAK [ Dalmatia ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire in Europe" )

VUKODLAKI [ Montenegro ]

( from: Prof. P. Jones "The Pobratim" )

VUKOLAK [ Serbia ]

( from: Harry A. Senn "Were-Wolf and Vampire in Romania" )

VUKOZLAK

( from: Roland Villeneuve )

VULKOLAK [ Bulgaria ]

( from: Ian Woodward "The Werewolf Delusion" )

VULKODLAK [ Serbia ]

( from: Ian Woodward "The Werewolf Delusion" )

VUPAR [ Byelorus ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

VUPER [ Byelorus ]

Byelorussian name for vampire
( from: Ivanichka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

VUPIR [ Bulgaria ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "The Darkling" )

VURDALAK [ Russia ]

( from: Gabriel Ronay "The Dracula Myth" )

VURKOLAK [ Bulgaria ]

Bulgarian name for vampire or ghoul
( from: Ivanitchka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

VURKOLAR [ Bulgaria ]

Some sort of "Ghoul"
( from: Ivanichka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

VURKOLATSI [ Bulgaria ]

Plural for "Vurkolak"
( from: Ivanichka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

VURKULAKA [ Balkan, Russia ]

( from: R.E.L. Masters "Eros and Evil" )

VURVUKALAS [ Greek Islands ]

( from: Frater Piarus "Vampire und Blutrituale" )

VURVÚLAKAS [ Greek Islands ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire in Europe" )

VURVÚLAKI [ Greek Islands ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire in Europe" )

VURWOLAKS

( from: "Le Musée des Vampires" )

VYRKOLAKAS [ Greece ]

( from: Harry A. Senn "Were-Wolf and Vampire in Romania" )

WAALRIDDER [ Netherlands ]

( from: K. ter Laan "Nederlandse Overleveringen" )

WAERÛL [ West Frisian ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Werewolf" )

WAERWULF [ Middle Dutch ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Werewolf" )

WAKWAK [ Philippines ]

Other name for ASUANG
( from: "Journal of American Folklore" )

WALOSI [ Africa ]

Male sorcerer who feeds on the life-essence of his victims.
( from: Jan Knappert "African Mythology" )

WALRIDERSKE [ Oldenburg ]

Deadly type of "Alp".
( E.H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

WAMPIOR [ Poland ]

( from: Dudley Wright "Vampires and Vampirism" )

WAMPIR [ Poland ]

Polish name for vampire.
( from: Ivanichka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

WAMPIRA [ Serbia ]

( from: Dudley Wright "Vampires and Vampirism" )

WAPIERZ [ Poland ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

WAPIERZ-STRZYGA [ Poland ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

WARÛLE [ West Frisian ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Werewolf" )

WARWULF [ Scottish ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Werewolf" )

WEERWOLF [ Dutch language ]

"Man-wolf", person who - according to popular belief - can turn himself into a wolf and goes out at night
looking for prey.

( from: "Van Dale - Groot Woordenboek der Nederlandse Taal", 1976 )

WEERWOLVEN [ Dutch language ]

Plural for "Weerwolf".

WEREWOLF [ English ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Werewolf" )

WERWOLF [ German language ]

The German word for "Werewolf".
( from: "Wahrig Deutsches Wörterbuch", 1980 )

WIEDERGANGER [ Pommerania ]

Vampirical Corpse that has returned from the grave.
( from: E.H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

WIESENHÜPFER [ Germany ]

Other German name for "Ignis Fatuus".
( from: E. H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

WIESZCY [ Russia ]

( from: Ornella Volta "The Vampire" )

WIESZCZY [ Poland ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

WILI [ Poland ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

WILKOLAK [ Poland ]

( from: Ian Woodward "The Werewolf Delusion" )

WILL-WITH-THE-WISP

Other name for "Ignis Fatuus".
( from: Katharine Briggs "A Dictionary of Fairies" )

WILL-O'-THE-WISP

Other name for "Ignis Fatuus".
( from: Harry A. Senn "Were-Wolf and Vampire in Romania" )

WILL O' THE WYKES [ Norfolk ]

Norfolk name for "Ignis Fatuus".
( from: Katharine Briggs "A Dictionary of Fairies" )

WILLY WISP

Other name for "Ignis Fatuus".
( from: Katharine Briggs "A Dictionary of Fairies" )

WITTE LEVER [ Netherlands ]

( from: K. ter Laan "Nederlandse Overleveringen" )

WJESCHTITZA [ Montenegro ]

( from: Ernest Jones "On the Nightmare" )

WOIRWOLF [ Old English ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Werewolf" )

WOPI [ Kashubia ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

WRIKODLAKI [ Dalmatia ]

( from: Montague Summers "The Vampire - his Kith and Kin" )

WRUKOLAK [ Greece ]

( from: Sturm & Völker "Von denen Vampiren oder Menschensaugern" )

WUJPI [ Kashubs ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

WUKODLAK [ Dalmatia ]

( from: Dudley Wright "Vampires and Vampirism" )

WUME [ America ]

( from: Ornella Volta "The Vampire" )

WUPI [ Kashubia ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

WUPJEGO [ Kashubia ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

WUPJI [ Kashubia ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

WURDALAK [ Montenegro ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

WURWOLAKA [ Albania ]

( from: Thomas G. Aylesworth "Vampires and other Ghosts" )

WURWOLAKAS [ Albania ]

( from: Montague Summers )

WYPIOR [ Poland ]

( from: Jan L. Perkowski "Vampires of the Slavs" )

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( from: Harry A. Senn "Were-Wolf and Vampire in Romania" )

XIPE TOTEC [ Mexico ]

( from: Lynn Myring "Vampires, Werewolves & Demons" )

XLOPTUNY [ Russia ]

( from: Matthew Bunson "The Vampire Encyclopedia" )

XORGUINAE [ Portugal ]

( from: "A Dictionary of Devils and Demons" )

YARA-MA [ Australia ]

( from: Lynn Myring "Vampires, Werewolves & Demons" )

YARA-MA-YHA-WHO [ Australia ]

( from: J. Gordon Melton "The Vampire Book" )

YUKSHEE [ India ]

( from: R.E.L. Masters "Eros and Evil" )

ZBURATOR [ Romania ]

Romanian type of vampire.
( from: Claude Lecouteux "Histoire des Vampires" )

Actually, the word "Zburãtor" is used to indicate almost anything that flies through the air.


ZMEU [ Moldavia ]

( from: Nigel Jackson "Compleat Vampyre" )

ZMITTSJATA [ SubCarpathic Russia ]

Child that has died unbaptised and has turned into a vampire.
( from: Pëtr Bogatyrëv "Vampires in the Carpathians" )

ZMORI [ Poland ]

Evil spirits that attack young mothers and their babies.
( from: Ivanichka Georgieva "Bulgarian Mythology" )

ZÕBI [ Haiti ]

This is a living person, whose soul or "gros bon-ange" has been caught by a sorcerer and who lives in a lethargic state, like one of the undead.
( from: Laënnec Hurbon "Dieu dans le Vaudou Haitien" )

ZOMBI [ Antilles ]

( from: Francois Ribadeau Dumas "A la Recherche des Vampires" )

ZOMBIE [ Haiti ]

( from: Ornella Volta "Le Vampire" )

ZORZOLACAS [ Chios - Greece ]

( from: Thevenot "Relation d'un Voyage au Levant" )

ZOTZ [ Mayas ]

( from: Lynn Myring "Vampires, Werewolves & Demons" )

ZUNSELWIBLI [ Aargau ]

Female type of "Ignis Fatuus".
( from: E. H. Meyer "Mythologie der Germanen" )

ZWIESAUGER [ Germany ]

see: "Doppelsauger".
( from: "Handwörterbuch des deutschen Aberglaubes" )


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