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Adze
Baba Coaja
Cai Cai Filu
Dachnavar
Edimmou
Farkaskoldus
Gandharvas
Habergeiss
Iele
Jack-o-Lantern
Kali
Labartou
Maar
Nachtfräuli
Obayifo
Pacu-Pati
Q
Rakchasas
Samca
Talamaur
Uber
Vaerulf
Waalridder
Xipe Totec
Yara-Ma
Zburator

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About our list of Vampire Names:

Ok, here is another one of our senseless projects. We have found that there are many different words that are being used to indicate that what most of us would call a "Vampire". I thought that I would try to make a list of those words. So whenever I am going through a NON-FICTION book and find a name that is not on our list, I will add it to it.

We are going to try to list each and every name that has ever been used to indicate some kind, any kind of vampire. We do not care if the given name is correct, or if the spelling is correct. We don't even care if the difference in name is due to the fact that it comes from a different language. If a NON-FICTION author is talking about vampires and uses a name that still is not there, then we will add it to our list. Of course we will try to indicate our sources whenever that is possible.

While we are at it, we are also going to list other supernatural creatures that have been suggested to have a connection with vampires. So you can expect to come across werewolves, corpse-candles, zombies and things like that. If some NON-FICTION author has said that there is a vampire connection, then that is good enough for us, no matter if the suggested connection exists or not. On our list we do not make those kind of judgements, all that we do is collect different names.

Perhaps you are wondering what this list is here for. Does it have some kind of purpose ? Well, despite the fact that we have put it online, we have to confess that the list is mainly meant for our own private use. It is a quick reference tool that has come in handy on many occasions. Especially the spelling errors and rare variations have been rather useful whenever we were trying to establish where certain authors had got their (mis)information from. Chances are that this may not seem particularly useful to you. If that is the case, don't waste your time.

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