lampir

  • 1 lampir — lampír s. m., pl. lampíri Trimis de siveco, 10.08.2004. Sursa: Dicţionar ortografic  LAMPÍR s. m. insectă coleopteră a cărei femelă este licuriciul. (< fr. lampyre, lat. lampyris) Trimis de raduborza, 15.09.2007. Sursa: MDN …

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  • 2 Lampir — (LUM peer) Variations: LAMPIGER, Lampijer, LAMPI JEROVIC, Lepir, Tenac, VUKODLAK In Bosnia, Montenegro, and Serbia there is thebelief that the first person who dies from an epidemic or a plague will rise from the grave and become a vampiric… …

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  • 3 lampır — (Əzizbəyov) tənbəl …

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  • 4 Lampersdorf (Wermsdorf) — Das 475 ha große Platz und Angerdorf Lampersdorf mit gewannähnlicher Streifenflur, liegt östlich von Wermsdorf, westlich von Oschatz und nördlich von Mügeln. Lampersdorf Gemeinde Wermsdorf Koordinaten …

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  • 5 lantır — (Şəki) bax lampır II. – Lantır uşax bərx’ qaça bilməz …

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  • 6 Jedogonja — (YA dog in ya) Variations: LAMPIR, LAPIR, Upir, VUKODLAK In Slavic regions, Serbia in particular, there is a species of vampire known as a jedogonja. It has a hairy body, red eyes, and sharp teeth (see HAIR). It feeds on animals and the blood of… …

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  • 7 Lapir — (LA peer) Variations: JEDOGONJA, LAMPIR, Upir, VUKODLAK In the Balkans, Serbia, and Ukraine there is a type of vampire called a lapir. It is completely covered with HAIR, has long sharp teeth, and red eyes. It feeds on both animal and human blood …

    Encyclopedia of vampire mythology

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