Definición de werewolf en inglés:

werewolf

Silabificación: were·wolf
Pronunciación: /ˈwe(ə)rˌwo͝olf
 
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sustantivo (plural werewolves)

  • (In myth or fiction) a person who changes for periods of time into a wolf, typically when there is a full moon.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • I heard the pounding feet and paws of other wolves and werewolves coming towards the tree.
    • We must also take Diane to determine whether our killer is a wolf or a werewolf.
    • The grass had both footprints of the boy and werewolf but the werewolf was out of sight.

Origen

late Old English werewulf; the first element has usually been identified with Old English wer 'man.' In modern use the word has been revived through folklore studies.

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