Associations to the word «Vampire»
VAMPIRE, noun. A mythological undead creature said to feed on the blood of the living. [from earlier 18th c.]
VAMPIRE, noun. (colloquial) A person with the medical condition Systemic lupus erythematosus, colloquially known as vampirism, with effects such as photosensitivity and brownish-red stained teeth.
VAMPIRE, noun. A blood-sucking bat; vampire bat (Desmodus rotundus) [from later 18th c.]
VAMPIRE BAT, noun. A small flying mammal (bat) of South America which uses its teeth to nick larger animals while they are asleep, allowing it to surreptitiously lap a blood meal.
VAMPIRE BATS, noun. Plural of vampire bat
VAMPIRE TEA BAG, noun. (slang) Alternative form of vampire's teabag
VAMPIRE TEA BAGS, noun. Plural of vampire tea bag
VAMPIRE TEABAG, noun. (slang) Alternative form of vampire's teabag
VAMPIRE TEABAGS, noun. Plural of vampire teabag
VAMPIRE, noun. (folklore) a corpse that rises at night to drink the blood of the living.
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