Deamhan Fola

(DJOW-agn FUL-ah)
Variations: Diabhal Fola ("Blood Devil"), Deamhain Fhola, DEARG-DUE, Vaimpír
In Ireland, deamhan fola is a term that is used to refer to a vampire. It translates to "blood demon."
Source: Haining, Dictionary of Vampires, 69

Encyclopedia of vampire mythology . 2014.

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