werwulf

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Old English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *werawulfaz(wolf-man), from Proto-Germanic *weraz(man) + Proto-Germanic *wulfaz(wolf). Akin to Old High German werwolf(werewolf), Middle Dutch weerwolf(werewolf). Equivalent to Old English wer(man) + wulf(wolf).

Noun[edit]

werwulf m

  1. werewolf, wolf-man
  2. fiend

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Old Saxon[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *werawulfaz(wolf-man), from Proto-Germanic *weraz(man) + Proto-Germanic *wulfaz(wolf). Akin to Old High German werwolf(werewolf), Middle Dutch weerwolf(werewolf). Equivalent to Old Saxon wer(man) + wulf(wolf).

Noun[edit]

werwulf m

  1. werewolf

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