What is the Spanish word for vampire?
Un vampiro = A vampire
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The French word for "vampire' IS "vampire". It is a cognate. The only difference is the pronunciation, which is more like "vam-peer-ay". Example: Vampire bat in French is "sou…ris vampire".
Referring to Wikipedia the word vampire is believed to be derived from the Tartar word for witch. Other derivations are also mentioned.
un vampiro= a vampire
Nosferatu - Greek for disease carrier. What Count Orlock did to Bremen.
Yes, it means to act as a vampire. It can refer to literally acting like a vampire, or figuratively, such as preying on others. It can also have to do with draining life or en…ergy from someone else to help yourself.
\nIt is spelled vampiro.
I have the entire series on my kindle, so I won't really know how many pages are in the paperback books, but I'll just give you what I got. In Vampire Academy, there are 332 p…ages. In the entire series, there are approximately 2,679 pages.
Vampires are seriously cool. A Vampire is a popular creature of myth and folklore said to consume the blood of the living for sustenance.
The German word for vampire is Vampir.
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Japanese, but it is translated in all different languages if you search around.
No. A vampire is a monster. An Empire is a city or country.