Aloubi

Aloubi

Pronunciation:

EL-bee

Variations: Alobuy, Alouby

There is little known about this vampire from the Aquitaine region of France. Other than that, its name translates to mean “twelve” and it is described as being notably thin with a ghostlike glide to its gait.

Source:

  • Tondriau, Dictionary of Devils and Demons

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