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 Origin of the word "werewolf"

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PostSubject: Origin of the word "werewolf"   Sun Oct 21, 2012 8:03 pm

The word werewolf is most likely to derive from two old-Saxon words, wer (meaning man) and wolf. Frequently used Greek terms Lycanthropy refers to the transformation process while Lycanthrope, which is in fact synonymous to werewolf, is the afflicted person. The popular definition of werewolf or lycanthrope is a man who transforms himself or being transformed into a wolf under the influence of full moon

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PostSubject: welcome   Sun Oct 21, 2012 8:31 pm

it seems your new. well nice to meet you and thanks for the informative info but next time you dont have to post the link to the website you got the info from as the title just put it in after the info.keep up the work we need more werewolf info.hope you find what you are looking for.
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PostSubject: Re: Origin of the word "werewolf"   Sun Oct 21, 2012 8:41 pm

its can be informative, but as what immortal vampire said, put title on the top, not the website link. and then, below your post, you can finally put the link. see some example for references.

http://www.wamphry.com/t430-simple-wish-spell

http://www.wamphry.com/t706-invocation-employed-towards-the-conjuration-of-lust

as for mine, I place the source in the bottom like in one example

http://www.wamphry.com/t840-signs-of-succubus-or-incubus-interactions



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PostSubject: ok and thank you   Sun Oct 21, 2012 8:51 pm

Ok thank you. I will do so from now on.
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PostSubject: Re: Origin of the word "werewolf"   Sun Oct 21, 2012 10:59 pm

darkdiela5 wrote:
its can be informative, but as what immortal vampire said, put title on the top, not the website link. and then, below your post, you can finally put the link.
I've corrected all three of his posts, and properly sub-categorised them.

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