英 ['weəwʊlf; 'wɪə-; 'wɜː-]
- werewolf: [OE] Etymologically, a werewolf is probably a ‘man-wolf’. Its first element, were-, is generally assumed to be the same word as the long obsolete Old English noun wer ‘man’ (a relative of Latin vir ‘man’, from which English gets virile).
=> virile, world
- werewolf (n.)
- late Old English werewulf "person with the power to turn into a wolf," from wer "man, male person" (see virile) + wulf (see wolf (n.); also see here for a short discussion of the mythology). Belief in them was widespread in the Middle Ages. Similar formation in Middle Dutch weerwolf, Old High German werwolf, Swedish varulf. In the ancient Persian calendar, the eighth month (October-November) was Varkazana-, literally "(Month of the) Wolf-Men."
- 1. Now, if I'm a werewolf, I shouldn't be able to pick it up, right?
- 现在, 如果我是狼人我应该害怕把它拿起来, 对 吧 ?
- 2. Either you are born a werewolf, or you aren't.
- 要么你出生就是狼人, 要么你永远没有机会.
- 3. First, a werewolf may approach her chosen tribe alone.
- 要么, 狼人一个人追寻选中的部族.
- 4. I am a werewolf. I met him on Monster. com!
- 我正在和狼人约会, 我是在怪物网上认识他的.
- 5. It is virtually impossible to reason with a werewolf in this state.
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