The title character in a novel (1897) by Bram Stoker: a Transylvanian count and vampire
In popular folklore, an undead or subhuman being, especially one that eats human flesh.
(Class. Myth.) Any of a class of monsters, half woman and half serpent, supposed to lure people, esp. children, in order to suck their blood
Something rehashed, as a book based on old material.
(Brit.) A batsman at cricket
A person who extorts or otherwise takes as much as possible from another
A very large or powerful person or thing:
One who commits the act or crime of theft.
Alternative spelling of con artist.
A usually sexually alluring woman who repeatedly seduces or manipulates others.
A woman who regularly makes romantic or sexual overtures; a flirt.
A woman who practices sorcery; witch
An evil spirit; a demon.
One particularly skilled or competent at one's craft:
(Proper) A chief fiend
In many religions, the major personified spirit of evil, ruler of Hell, and foe of God. Used with the.
An evil spirit; devil
A person who is felt to be particularly cruel, brutish, or hideous.
A large, fierce Asian cat (Panthera tigris), having a tawny coat striped with black
In voodoo belief and popular folklore, a corpse that has been reanimated, especially by means of a supernatural power or spell.
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