Wikipedia: "The word werewolf is thought to derive from Old English wer (or were) and wulf. The first part, wer, translates as "man" (in the sense of male human, not the race of humanity). It has cognates in several Germanic languages including Gothic wair, Old High German wer, and Old Norse verr, as well as in other Indo-European languages, such as Sanskrit 'vira', Latin vir, Irish fear, Lithuanian vyras, Spanish viril and varon, and Welsh gÅµr, which have the same meaning. The second half, wulf, is the ancestor of modern English "wolf"; in some cases it also had the general meaning "beast." An alternative etymology derives the first part from Old English weri (to wear); the full form in this case would be glossed as wearer of wolf skin. Related to this interpretation is Old Norse ulfhednar, which denoted lupine equivalents of the berserker, said to wear a bearskin in battle." There are also other thought origins, which you can find at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Werewolf#Etymology
It comes from "wolf" and the archaic word "wer" meaning "man". A werewolf is literally a wolf-man.
The Roman word for werewolf is lycanthrope
Those letters will spell werewolf.
Yes, the word "werewolf" is a noun, a word for a creature in folklore; a word for a person (a thing?).
Another word for werewolf is lycanthrope means man wolf of course.
There is a Scottish werewolf that is called a "wulver."
Answer: Λυκάνθρωποι (likánthropoi), or λύκος (líkos)
The noun lycanthrope is another word for werewolf, or a person believed to be a werewolf.
the latin word for werewolf is versipellis.
Isn't wolf-man another word for werewolf? The Wolfman is an urban legend and he is a werewolf.
The modern English word werewolf derives from a combination of Old English wer (a man) with wulf (a wolf). The word wer is very distantly linked to Latin vir (a man) but the origin of the word is definitely Germanic, not Latin.
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Lycanthrope is a word better known as werewolf which is from the Greek language. Lycanthropy is the ability for a human to change their appearance into becoming a werewolf. One can find more history on the word lycanthropy by researching the word werewolf at Wikipedia.
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You would cal a werewolf Amarak, which is the word for wolf, but from context you would understand it to be someone who's spirit animal is wolf.
Werewolves are not part of Gaelic folklore - there is no word for it.
By technical definition, a compound word is a word made of a combination two smaller words. 'Were' is a word and 'wolf' is a word so putting the two smaller words together in 'werewolf' does, by definition, make it a compound word.