Wearh

Although, the term “wearh” cannot be directly translated into “vampire,” it is an Old English term that has been used to describe vampires.

A wearh is a monster or evil spirit.

Many authors still use the term when writing about vampires and Anglo-Saxons between England and Scotland between the mid-5th century and the mid-12th century.

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