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NounEdit

vampiro (accusative singular vampiron, plural vampiroj, accusative plural vampirojn)

  1. vampire
    • 2007 February, Stražnickas, Laimius, “Mia estrino estas vampiro”, in Monato, volume 28, number 2, ISSN 0772-456X, page 16:
      Ambaŭ virinoj decidis, ke ili havis kontaktojn kun tiel nomataj energetikaj vampiroj, kiuj suĉis ilian energion.
    • 2007 December, Lily, “Ununokta Amorsperto”, in Penseo[1], number 194, page 5:
      Je mia granda mir’,
      belaspekta vampir’
      li montris sin antaŭ mi.

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vampiro m (plural vampiri)

  1. vampire
  2. vampire bat (mammal)

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EtymologyEdit

From French vampire or German Vampir, from Hungarian vámpír, from Serbo-Croatian vàmpīr, from Macedonian.

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vampiro m (plural vampiros, feminine vampira, feminine plural vampiras, feminine vampiresa, feminine plural vampiresas)

  1. vampire (mythological creature)
  2. vampire bat (blood sucking bat)
  3. vamp (woman who uses sexual desire to exploit men)

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vampiro

  1. First-person singular (eu) present indicative of vampirar

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EtymologyEdit

From French vampire or German Vampir, from Hungarian vámpír, from Serbo-Croatian vàmpīr, from Macedonian.

NounEdit

vampiro m (plural vampiros, feminine vampira, feminine plural vampiras)

  1. vampire