Word: vampires

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Synonyms: vampires

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Translations: vampires

spanish
vampiros, los vampiros, vampiros de, de vampiros, vampiro


german
vampire

french
les vampires, des vampires, vampire, de vampires

italian
vampiri, i vampiri, dei vampiri, vampiro

portuguese
vampiros, os vampiros, vampiro

dutch
vampiers, vampieren, DE VAMPIEREN, VAN VAMPIEREN

russian
вампиры, вампиров, вампирами, вампира

norwegian
vampyrer, vampyrene

swedish
vampyrer, vAMPIRES, vampyr, vampyrerna

finnish
vampyyrit, vampyyrien, vampyyreja, vampyyrejä

danish
vampyrer, vAMPIRES, vampyrerne

czech
upíři, VAMPIRES, upíry, vampíři, upírů

polish
wampiry, wampirami, wampirów, Vampires

hungarian
vámpírok, a vámpírok, vámpírokat, vámpírokról, vámpírokkal

turkish
vampirler, vampir, vampirlerin, vampirleri

greek
βαμπίρ, βρικόλακες, ΒΑΜΠΙΡ, ΒΑΜΠΙΡ ΓΙΑ, τα βαμπίρ

ukrainian
вампіри

albanian
Vampires, të Vampires, gjakpirësit, gjakpirës, ne natyre

bulgarian
вампири, вампирите, вампир, вампира

belarusian
вампіры

estonian
vampiirid, Vampires, vampiire, vampiiride, vampiiridest

croatian
vampiri, vampira, vampirima

icelandic
vampírur, Vampires, vampírurnar

lithuanian
vampyrai, Vampires, vampyrų, vampyrais, vampyrams

latvian
vampīri, Vampires, vampīriem, arī vampīri

macedonian
вампири, вампирите, вампир

romanian
vampiri, vampirii, vampirilor, de vampiri, vampir

slovenian
vampirji, vampirja, vampirjev, so vampirji

slovak
upíri, upíry, upírov

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The meaning and "use of": vampires

noun
  • a corpse supposed, in European folklore, to leave its grave at night to drink the blood of the living by biting their necks with long pointed canine teeth.
  • a small bat that feeds on the blood of mammals or birds using its two sharp incisor teeth and anticoagulant saliva, found mainly in tropical America.

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